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Investing in the Future 2022 Annual Report

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Shari VeilShari R. Veil, MBA, Ph.D.
Dean & Professor

In the College of Journalism and Mass Communications, we nurture curious and creative minds to thrive in the ever-changing media and communication professions. Our vision is to be a national leader in experiential journalism and mass communication education. To realize that vision, we are investing in our future and our “Do from Day One” approach, grounded in hard work, collaborative problem-solving and the ethical pursuit of truth to uphold democracy.

In 2022, we taught new courses on Trusting News in a Hyper-polarized Era, Social Media Data Mining, Racial Reckoning in Sports Culture and the Changing Business Models of News. We welcomed high-profile guest speakers to campus through the Seline Lecture Series and Roper Visiting Professorship. We hosted a congressional debate, promoted Democracy Day and covered election night in Nebraska. We also covered high school and Husker sports across our media outlets and worked with community businesses and nonprofit organizations in our student-run agencies and webzine.

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Investing in the Future

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Don and Lorena Meier Studio ribbon-cutting celebrates 'Wild Kingdom' legacy and the future of media

A $755,000 pledge from the Donald and Lorena Meier Foundation of Chicago to the University of Nebraska– Lincoln’s College of Journalism and Mass Communications supported the construction of a new television studio and newsroom.

Sale of $4.65 million farmlands supports depth reporting

A Nebraska family that built its farmlands into a multi-million dollar enterprise near Hebron gifted the land to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln College of Journalism and Mass Communications. The proceeds from the $4.65 million sale of the farmlands will establish the Deepe Family Endowed Chairs in Depth Reporting.

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Perry studio and classroom open for students

This fall, students in the College of Journalism and Mass Communications won’t have to find space for photo shoots and interviews. A new digital photography studio and multimedia classroom opened in the Agency, located on the third floor of the Lincoln Children’s Museum, on Aug. 22.

Pepsi-Cola of Lincoln sponsors new sports media learning lab at CoJMC

The area that once housed Andersen Hall’s second-floor television studio has been converted into an open-concept sports media learning lab with the support of Pepsi-Cola of Lincoln. The multimedia classroom is a hub for all things Nebraska Sports and home to the College of Journalism and Mass Communications Experience Lab Unlimited Sports.

New Faculty and Staff

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Cory Armstrong

Associate Dean for Research and Faculty Affairs

Armstrong has a Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin. Her research focuses on media messaging and severe weather including how individuals use media to make decisions. 

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Sharon Baldinelli

Assistant Professor of Practice, Advertising and Public Relations

Baldinelli has a Ph.D. from the University of Alabama. Her professional experience is focused in health care communication and administration. 

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Bill Doleman

Lecturer, Sports Media & Communication

Doleman has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and has more than 30 years of experience in sports broadcasting. He has covered 14 sports and served as a play-by-play announcer for the 2016, 2018 and 2020 Olympic games. 

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Ken Fischer

Assistant Professor of Practice, Broadcasting

Fischer has a master's degree from Brigham Young University and is completing his Ph.D. from the University of Oklahoma. Before joining academia, Fischer gained more than two decades of experience in public broadcasting, commercial production and cable television. 

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Shoun Hill

Assistant Professor of Practice, Photojournalism

Hill has a master’s degree from Ohio University. He has more than 25 years of experience in photojournalism including work at newspapers in Louisville, Minneapolis, Jackson, Memphis and Orlando. Most recently he served as a photo editor for the Associated Press in New York. 

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Dave Remund

Assistant Professor of Practice, Advertising & Public Relations

Remund has a Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. He has more than three decades of experience in public relations including with three Fortune 500 companies. 

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Natalie Becerra

Career Development Specialist

Becerra has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She has worked at local advertising agencies Pixel Bakery and Agent. She also served as a recruiter for the UNL College of Arts & Sciences before joining CoJMC. 

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Jamie Wenz

Technical Director

Wenz has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Nebraska- Lincoln. Before joining CoJMC, he held positions with KOLN-KGIN TV, Time Warner Cable and LNK-TV, Lincoln’s public access station. 

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John Bender

Associate Dean and Professor, Journalism

Associate dean for research and faculty affairs and Kearns Professor of Journalism John Bender retired at the end of the spring 2022 semester after 32 years at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s College of Journalism and Mass Communications.

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Bruce Thorson

Associate Professor, Photojournalism

Bruce Thorson, Buffett- Mangelsen- Sartore Chair of Photojournalism, retired from the UNL College of Journalism and Mass Communications at the end of the spring 2022 semester after 16 years.

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Classroom & Student Experiences

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Social justice course produces podcast to combat Nebraska prison injustices

In Spring 2022, 165 students in the Social Justice, Human Rights and the Media class produced a podcast with the goal of elevating voices and stories that are often left out of mainstream media.

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Sports media and communication students and faculty to travel to Spain

For nearly three weeks in the summer of 2022, CoJMC students traveled throughout Spain participating in a 3-credit class led by sports media and communication associate professor, John Shrader.

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New course explores the changing business of news

A new course in the college brought together students and journalism thought leaders to explore alternative business models to support the future of journalism. Joe Weber, Jerry and Karla Huse Professor of News-Editorial, led the course. Weber engaged both Nebraska and national organizations to join the conversation.

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Press Box learning community first to travel since the start of the pandemic

On April 30, the College of Journalism and Mass Communications Learning Community the “Press Box” traveled to Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas. The six students, in addition to Press Box mentor Alex Neill and adviser Alex Fernando, toured the Negro League Baseball Museum, visited the College Basketball Experience and attended a Sporting KC Soccer game.

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Husker creates business to explore career interests and help fellow students

Sophomore advertising and public relations major and entrepreneurship minor Aditi Gunda launched her business, a videocast series called “The Business Takeaway” (TBT), at the start of 2022. Gunda was struggling to figure out a career path because she had so many interests in the public relations field.

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Jacht & Nebraska-Based Agencies Create Community Partnership Focused on Professional Development

Jacht Ad Agency, the student-run advertising agency at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, will be partnering with Artillery Media Co., redthread and Swanson Russell to provide professional development opportunities through micro-internships and mentorship programs. 

UNL students explore democracy on campus, join national efforts

On Sept. 15, 2022, hundreds of students across the University of Nebraska- Lincoln College of Journalism and Mass Communications participated in the national Democracy Day effort to raise awareness of threats facing American democracy. 

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The Experience Lab

Working with faculty liaisons and professionals-in-residence, students spend three semesters gaining hands-on experience in one of the college’s media outlets or agencies.


Buoy is the College of Journalism and Mass Communication’s student-run advertising and public relations agency focused on supporting nonprofit and mission-driven organizations. Buoy offers a variety of services to clients. During 2022, Buoy’s clients included 4H Click 2 Science, Milkworks, Our Village Collective, Ronald McDonald House Omaha and White Cane Foundation. 

2022 Student Leads: Paige Brophy, junior, advertising and public relations; Ethan Burger, junior, advertising and public relations

2022 Professionals-in-Residence: Beau Poehlman, video production manager, Ameritas; Nathan He, assistant director of alumni engagement, Nebraska Alumni Association; Hannah Davis, marketing coordinator, Union Bank & Trust; Gale Griffin, creative director, Maly Marketing; Amy Ebbeka, co-founder and creative director, Ebbeka Design Co; Jordan Lambrecht, founder, Pixel Bakery; Kelley Peterson, chief creative officer, KidGlov.

Faculty Liaisons: Dave Remund, assistant professor of practice, advertising and public relations; Jemalyn Griffin, assistant professor of practice, advertising and public relations

Nebraska News Service

The Nebraska News Service provides coverage of Nebraska State Government along with news from Lincoln, Omaha and rural Nebraska. The student-run news organization also provides coverage to more than 100 Nebraska media outlets through its state-wide wire service. During 2022, the Nebraska News Service produced more than 500 stories for the Nebraska public.

2022 Student Leads: Ramey Vachal, senior, journalism, political science; Hanna Christensen, senior, journalism, psychology; Lauren Penington, senior, journalism, political science; Zach Wendling, senior, journalism, political science

2022 Professionals-in-Residence: Mary Kay Quinlan, emeritus professor, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Matt Wynn, executive director, Nebraska Journalism Trust; Matthew Hansen, executive editor, Flatwater Free Press; Mike Tobias, senior producer, Nebraska Public Media

Faculty Liaison: Jill Martin, assistant professor of practice, journalism

Top Headlines: Petition circulating to remove ‘hostile architecture’ from downtown LincolnUNL student starts her own vineyard

Nebraska Nightly

Nebraska Nightly is the College of Journalism and Mass Communication’s student-produced newscast covering issues in Lincoln and Nebraska. During 2022, Nebraska Nightly produced 12 newscasts and offered wall-to-wall coverage of the 2022 midterm elections.

2022 Student Leads: Hannah-Kate Kinney, senior, advertising and public relations, broadcasting and journalism; Marko Jerkovic, senior, sports media and communication; Lance Vie, senior, broadcasting; Alaina Tomesh, sophomore, broadcasting

2022 Professionals-in-Residence: Shaun Cummins, senior technical director, KLKN-TV; Ryan Dobesh, production supervisor, Nebraska Public Media; Mikel Lauber, news director, KOLN/KGIN; Mike McKnight, investigative reporter, WOWT-TV; Mike Tobias, senior producer, Nebraska Public Media; Jon Vanderford, executive producer and anchor, KOLN/KGIN; Andrew Ward, morning anchor, KLKN-TV; Brandon Aksamit, director of sports content, News Channel Nebraska

Faculty Liaison: Ken Fischer assistant professor of practice, broadcasting

Top Headlines: UNL forensics program builds mock crime scenes; Huskerthon returns post-COVID

90.3 KRNU

90.3 KRNU is the University of Nebraska-Lincoln student-run radio station, providing alternative music, news, sports and specialty shows to the campus community. In 2022, 90.3 KRNU celebrated 52 years on the air. The weekly podcast, 93 Counties, is hosted by CoJMC students. Each episode is a story from one of the 93 counties in Nebraska, from the panhandle to the Missouri River.

2022 Student Leads: Olivia Klein, senior, broadcasting; Colette Danielski, senior, advertising and public relations; Helen Howard, junior, journalism; Mark Thayer, senior, broadcasting

2022 Professionals-in-Residence: Dale Johnson, news director, KFOR; Austin Pistulka, digital production director, Rural Radio Association; DeWayne Taylor, radio host

Faculty Liaison: Rick Alloway, associate professor, broadcasting and 90.3 KRNU General Manager

Specialty Shows: Blessings, Anna Youell, junior, advertising and public relations; Howdy Partner, Meghan O’Brien, sophomore, journalism and English; Huskers Hoops Live, Jacob Schrantz, sophomore, broadcasting and sports media and communication; Kaleidoscope, Macy Byars, sophomore, broadcasting and journalism; KRNU New Music Hour, Olivia Klein, senior, broadcasting and Helen Howard, junior, journalism; Love Without Boarders, Kai Xing Toon, junior, broadcasting; Subgenropedia, Alex Neill, junior, broadcasting and sports media and communication; The Captain’s Call, Mark Thayer, senior, broadcasting

Heartland Webzine

Heartland Webzine is a student-produced online magazine that tells stories of economic and community development in Nebraska. During 2022, Heartland focused on telling stories that celebrate the diversity of Nebraska.

2022 Student Leads: Michael Coonce, senior, broadcasting; Odelia Amenyah, senior, journalism and advertising and public relations

2022 Professionals-in-Residence: Derek Hernandez, founding marketer, Knack; Gentri Shopp, talent marketing manager, Nebraska Department of Economic Development; Randy Hawthorne, product manager, Nelnet; Ryan Rothman, marketing & digital media coordiantor, University of Nebraska

Faculty Liaison: Brian Hubbard, assistant professor of practice

Top HeadlinesEmbracing Diversity for Growth and DevelopmentNebraska business is in the hands of those who love Nebraska most

Unlimited Sports

Unlimited Sports provides student-produced sports coverage and play-by-play for distribution through the Nebraska News Service, Nebraska Nightly and 90.3 KRNU. In 2022, Pepsi-Cola of Lincoln underwrote all Husker game day coverage by Unlimited Sports.

2022 Student Leads: Nathan Hawkins, senior, sports media and communication; Sam Alessandro, senior, broadcasting and sports media and communication

2022 Professionals-in-Residence: Andrew Ward, morning anchor, KLKN-TV; Ryan Dobesh, studio/remote production supervisor, Nebraska Public Media; Randy Essex, team editor, Detroit Free Press; Mike Tobias, senior producer, Nebraska Public Media

Faculty Liaison: John Shrader, associate professor, sports media and communication

Top Headlines: An update regarding Chuck Love’s situation with Huskers Women’s Basketball TeamLocal Fast-Food Chain on the NIL Train


Jacht is a full-service, student-run advertising and public relations agency that provides professional-grade services to Nebraska businesses and governmental organizations.

2022 Student Leads: Bailey Horky, junior, advertising and public relations; Gabrielle Becton, senior, broadcasting and advertising and public relations; Hannah-Kate Kinney, senior, advertising and public relations, broadcasting and journalism; Zoe Matheson, senior, management; Syndey Wagner, senior, advertising and public relations

Faculty Liaisons: Jemalyn Griffin, assistant professor of practice advertising and public relations; Katie Krcmarik, assistant professor of practice, advertising and public relations; Alan Eno, associate professor of practice, broadcasting; Derek Hernandez, founding marketer, Knack

Select Clients: 4H Click2Science; A+ Berry; Asha’s House; Bellevue Pediatric Dentistry; Boys and Girls Club of Lincoln; Citizen Science; Clever Insurance; College of Engineering MEM; College of Journalism and Mass Communications; Department of Agronomy and Horticulture; Doctor of Plant Health; Experience Lab; Friendship Home; Holdrege Area Chamber of Commerce; Husker Motorsports; Institutional Equity and Compliance Office; Keri Mesropov; Kids Chance of Nebraska; Lincoln Children’s Museum; Mourning Hope; Nebraska Crop Improvement Association; Nebraska Statewide Arboretum; Northeast Family Center; Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion; Omaha STEM Ecosystem; People’s City Mission; Signature Adjustment Group; UNL Graduate Studies; UNL Print Services

We're Number 1

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Robert F. Kennedy Award

Twelve students in the University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s College of Journalism and Mass Communications took home the College Journalism Award at the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Book and Journalism Awards on May 24 for the “Being Black in Lincoln” depth-reporting project.

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Bateman Case Study Competition

For the first time in the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s history, the College of Journalism and Mass Communications won first place in the Public Relations Student Society of America Bateman Case Study Competition.

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Edward R. Murrow Award

UNL College of Journalism and Mass Communications major Chase Porter and the Nebraska News Service won a 2022 Edward R. Murrow Award for Excellence in Audio Feature Reporting from the Radio Television Digital News Association.

Diversity & Inclusion

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Dulce Garcia awarded the 2022 Bailey Lauerman Fund For Student Opportunity Scholarship

Senior Dulce Isabel Garcia was selected for the 2022 Bailey Lauerman Fund for Student Opportunity scholarship. Dulce was selected in recognition of her commitment to uplifting BIPOC student voices and supporting marginalized groups and individuals on campus at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

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Mejia selected for New York Times Corps

Evelyn Mejia was selected to participate in the inaugural New York Times Corps. Mejia was one of 20 aspiring journalists chosen from among hundreds of applicants nationwide. Mejia is a junior journalism and advertising and public relations double major from Norfolk.

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Choi and McClure win the 2022 Bailey Lauerman Design Diversity Challenge

Senior advertising and public relations major Diane Choi and senior advertising and public relations and journalism double major Emerson McClure won the 2022 Bailey Lauerman Design Diversity in Nebraska Challenge on Friday, Nov. 4, 2022.

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Journalism course challenges students to look at accuracy and bias in media outlets

In spring 2022, Professor of Broadcasting and Journalism Barney McCoy taught a news literacy class that examined misinformation, disinformation and misinformation in the media.

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Journalism class examines Omaha World-Herald coverage for racism

A spring 2022 class in the College of Journalism and Mass Communications engaged students to examine past coverage by the Omaha World-Herald to determine if the coverage was true, fair and accurate.

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Honors course examined the connection between race and sports throughout history

When the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s honors college wanted their students to take a course in racial reckoning, College of Journalism and Mass Communications associate professor and sports media and communication coordinator John Shrader designed “Racial Reckoning and Sports Culture.”

Research & Impact

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Jones wins the Faculty Research and Creative Activity Slam

Valerie Jones, Seaton Distinguished Professor of advertising and public relations, was voted the winner by attendees, earning a $1,000 prize to go toward her research at the fifth annual Faculty Research and Creative Activity Slam.

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Four faculty selected for the Nebraska Governance and Technology Faculty Fellows Program

Four College of Journalism and Mass Communications faculty members were selected to be a part of this year’s Nebraska Governance and Technology Center Faculty Fellows Program.

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Jones receives Fulbright Global Scholar Award

Fred & Gladys Seaton Professor Valerie Jones received a Fulbright Global Scholar Award on April 1 to study the use of emergent technology in facilitating social connectedness for aging adults in the United States and Australia. She is the first professor from the UNL College of Journalism and Mass Communications to be named a Fulbright Scholar since 1999. 

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Three grad students awarded the Hitchcock Fellowships

Three graduate students in the University of Nebraska-Lincoln College of Journalism and Mass Communications were awarded Hitchcock Fellowships in January 2022. 

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Designing Effective Health Messaging with Ciera Kirkpatrick

As the pandemic settled in, Ciera Kirkpatrick was a new mom working on her doctorate, a double challenge added to the already tall order of first-time motherhood.

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Alumni Engagement

Knowledge on Tap
Knowledge on Tap brings together faculty, students and alumni

In 2022, faculty in the college presented nine Knowledge on Tap talks. 

The presenters were Visiting Professor Thomas Horky, Assistant Professor Chris Graves, Assistant Professor Kelli Boling, Assistant Professor Jason Stamm and Associate Professor Rick Alloway.

Knowledge on Tap is a monthly series where faculty present their latest research and creative activity and then lead a discussion exploring the latest trends and techniques in advertising, broadcasting, journalism, public relations and sports media.

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Drinks with the Dean brings CoJMC to alumni

In 2022, Dean Shari Veil hosted Drinks with the Dean events in cities throughout the United States. 

These small informal gatherings provide the college a chance to connect with alumni, learn about their career paths and their successes. Alumni also learn about current happenings and future plans in the college.

This year, Dean Veil hosted alumni in Chicago, Atlanta, St. Petersburg, Florida, New York City, Kansas City, Nashville, Detroit, Denver, Omaha, Los Angeles and Dallas. 

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CoJMC welcomes alumni back to Andersen Hall for Homecoming

It has been difficult to get together since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic. But the college was able to bring together faculty, staff and alumni for a homecoming celebration.

More than 100 joined the event in the lobby of Andersen Hall on Friday, Sept. 30, to bask in their pride of being Huskers and see the renovations underway in Andersen Hall during 2021. 

Attendees got a sneak peek of Don and Lorena Meier Studio, the Unlimited Sports Lab and the Perry Multimedia Classroom and Photo Studio. 

Alumni Visits

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Alumna Jane Olson shares stories of human rights activism

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln College of Journalism and Mass Communications and the Forsythe Family Program on Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs co-sponsored a visit and book talk with international human rights activist Jane Olson on Nov. 28 and 29. 

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Guillies honored as Alumni Master

Wendy Guillies was honored as the 2022 CoJMC Alumni Master, during Masters Week from March 30 to April 1. Alumni Masters Week is a program sponsored by the Nebraska Alumni Association, the Student Alumni Association, and the UNL Chancellor’s Office. 

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Ayala-Flores chosen as a 2022 Multicultural Distinguished Alum

The College of Journalism and Mass Communications welcomed Norberto (Rob) Ayala-Flores, a 1984 graduate, as one of UNL’s Distinguished Alumni at the Multicultural Homecoming events from Sept. 29 to Oct. 1, hosted by the Chancellor’s Commission on the Status of People of Color and the Nebraska Alumni Association.

Donors and students recognized at scholarship brunch

College of Journalism and Mass Communications named scholarship donors and the students they support were recognized at a scholarship recognition brunch on Oct. 8, 2022.

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Hall of Fame

During 2022, five current or former University of Nebraska-Lincoln College of Journalism and Mass Communications faculty became Hall of Fame members.

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Mary Kay Quinlan

Emeriti Associate Professor

Nebraska Press Women's Hall of Fame

April 23, 2022

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Rick Alloway

Associate Professor

Nebraska Broadcaster’s Association Hall of Fame

August 9, 2022

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Tim Anderson

Emeriti Associate Professor

Nebraska Journalism Hall of Fame

October 22, 2022

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John Bender

Emeriti Professor

Nebraska Journalism Hall of Fame

October 22, 2022

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Matt Waite

Professor of Practice

Daily Nebraskan Hall of Fame

October 22, 2022

By the Numbers

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Honors and Awards

Awards received by faculty, staff and students in the College of Journalism and Mass Communications from January 1 to December 31, 2021. 

American Advertising Federation Nebraska Chapter
  • Rachel Haufler, AAF Nebraska Scholarship 
  • Ashleigh Kawaoka, Best of Show, Nebraska Advertising Awards 
  • Ashleigh Kawoaka, Gold ADDY, Nebraska Advertising Awards, Typeface Design 
  • Ashleigh Kawoaka & McKenna Link, Gold ADDY, Nebraska Advertising Awards, Elements of Advertising 
  • Anna Dimig, Silver ADDY, Nebraska Advertising Awards, Campaign 
  • Thomas Baker & Jaylen Barett, Silver ADDY, Nebraska Advertising Awards, Illustration 
  • Ashleigh Kawoaka, Silver ADDY, Nebraska Advertising Awards, Website 
  • Kaylee Steen, Alyssa Onnen, Matthew Reed & Whitney Steckel, Silver ADDY, Nebraska Advertising Awards, Audio/ Radio Advertising 
  • National Student Advertising Competition Team, Silver ADDY, Nebraska Advertising Awards, Television Advertising 
  • National Student Advertising Competition Team, Silver ADDY, Nebraska Advertising Awards, Integrated Advertising Campaign 
  • National Student Advertising Competition Team, Silver ADDY, Nebraska Advertising Awards, Copy writing 
  • National Student Advertising Competition Team, Silver ADDY, Nebraska Advertising Awards, Cinematography
American Advertising Federation District 9
  • Kelli Britten, Faculty Advisor of the Year
  • National Student Advertising Competition Team, 2nd Place, National Student Advertising Competition
American Marketing Association Lincoln Chapter
  • National Student Advertising Competition Team, Prism Award, Digital Ads 
  • National Student Advertising Competition Team, Prism Award, Short-form video 
  • National Student Advertising Competition Team, Prism Award, Marketing Research 
  • National Student Advertising Competition Team, Prism Award, Marketing Campaign 
  • National Student Advertising Competition Team, Prism Award, Media Plans 
  • National Student Advertising Competition Team, Prism Award, Digital TV 
  • Jacht Agency, Prism Award, Logo Design 
  • Jacht Agency, Prism Award, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion 
  • Jacht Agency, Prism Award, Long- form Video 
  • Jacht Agency, Sterling Award, Short-form Video 
  • Jacht Agency, Sterling Award, Email Blasts or Series
Broadcast Education Association
  • Emma Thurston, Gabriel Hinrichs, Best of Show, Audio Competition
  • Environmental Depth Reporting Team, Award of Excellence, Audio Competition
  • Ramey Vachel, Award of Excellence, Audio
  • Barney McCoy, Best of Show, Audio
  • Barney McCoy, Best of Show, News and Sports
  • Barney McCoy, Award of Excellence, News and Sports
Hearst Journalism Awards
  • Chase Porter, 1st Place, Audio Competition
  • Ethan Petrick, 15th Place, Audio
  • Abby Barmore, 4th Place, Sports Writing
  • Damon Barr, 17th Place, Multimedia II
  • Mia Hartley, 6th Place, Feature Writing
Lincoln Journal Star
  • Dulce Garcia, Finalist, Inspire Awards, Young Leaders

  • Erica Courtney, Finalist, Inspire Awards, Founders

  • Shari Veil, Finalist, Inspire Awards, Excellence in Education

National Electronic Media Association
  • UNL National Broadcasting Society, Model Chapter Award
Midwest Broadcast Journalists Association
  • Kloee Sander, 1st Place, Eric Sevareid Awards, Student TV
  • Connor Clark & Matt McMaster, Award of Merit, Eric Sevareid Awards, Sports Play-by-Play
  • Nebraska News Service, 1st Place, Eric Sevareid Awards, Team Multimedia Storytelling
  • Nebraska News Service, 1st Place, Eric Sevareid Awards, Investigative Reporting
  • Nebraska News Service, Award of Merit, Eric Sevareid Awards, Audio
  • Peyton Thomas, Award of Merit, Sports Play-by-Play
  • Barney McCoy, 1st Place, Eric Sevareid Awards, Medium Market Professional Hard Feature
  • Barney McCoy, Award of Merit, Eric Sevareid Awards, Medium Market Professional Soft Feature
National Broadcasting Society
  • Grant Hansen, grand prize, National Student Undergraduate Electronic Media Competition, Sports Production

  • Emma Krab, honorable mention, National Student Undergraduate Electronic Media Competition, Audio Feature

  • Kloee Sander, honorable mention, National Student Undergraduate Electronic Media Competition, Video Feature

  • Kloee Sander, Shreyoshi Ghosh, Olivia Taylor & Iman Farid, honorable mention, National Student Undergraduate Electronic Media Competition, Podcast

  • Sam Broadersen & Colin Thieszen, honorable mention, National Student Undergraduate Electronic Media Competition, Instructional Video

  • Bailee Gunnerson, honorable mention, National Student Undergraduate Electronic Media Competition, Video

  • Peyton Thomas, honorable mention, National Student Undergraduate Electronic Media Competition, Audio Sports Segment 

National Sports Media Association
  • Luke Mullin, Sportswriter of the Year
  • Chris Schmidt, Sportscaster of the Year
Nebraska Alumni Association
  • Rob Ayala-Flores, Multicultural Homecoming Distinguished Alumni

  • Celia Cunnion, Howard and Jud Vann Student Leadership Award

  • Wendy Guilles, Alumni Master Award

  • Alex Fernando, Young Alumni Academy 

Nebraska Broadcasters Association
  • Connor Clark, Matt McMaster, Pinnacle Awards, Best Student Television Live Sports Event
  • Alayna Verduyn, Pinnacle Awards, Best Student Television News Feature
  • Luke Weidner, Pinnacle Awards, Best Student Radio News Story
  • Emma Krab, Pinnacle, Best Student Radio News Feature
  • Rick Alloway, Hall of Fame
Nebraska Press Association
  • Tim Anderson, Hall of Fame
  • John Bender, Hall of Fame
  • Noah Jones, Student Scholarship Recipient
Nebraska Press Women
  • Mary Kay Quinlan, Hall of Fame
  • Kloee Sander, Student Scholarship Recipient
New York Times
  • Evelyn Mejia, Mentee, New York Times Corps
Omaha Press Club
  • Evelyn Mejia, Paul N. Williams Scholarship
  • Gavin Struve, John Davis Scholarship
  • Jolie Peal, Stan Bond Scholarship
  • Emma Krab, Panko-Roberts/President’s Memorial Scholarship
  • Valeria Uribe, Judy Horan Scholarship
  • Trina Creighton, Hall of Fame
  • Jamie Wenz, Savage Visual Communications Fellowship
Public Relations Society of America Nebraska Chapter
  • Mai Vu, PRSA Public Relations Scholarship
  • UNL Bateman Team, Paper Anvil Awards, Student Best in Show

  • UNL Bateman Team, Paper Anvil Awards, Special Achievement in Public Relations

  • UNL Bateman Team, Paper Anvil Awards, Oustanding Strategy to Address a Problem

  • Jacht Agency, Paper Anvil Awards, Award of Merit, Oustanding Campus Event

  • Jacht Agency, Paper Anvil Awards, Award of Merit, Outstanding Branding Campaign

  • Jacht Agency, Paper Anvil Awards, Award of Merit, Outstanding PRSSA Chapter Project 

Public Relations Society of America
  • Lindsay Elliott, Illana Lewis, Spencer Swearingen, Delani Watkins, Mai Vu, Morgan Zuerlein, 1st Place, PRSA Bateman Case Study Competition
Radio, Television, Digital News Association
  • Chase Porter, Edward R. Murrow Awards, Award of Excellence, Audio Feature Reporting
Robert F. Kennedy Center for Human Rights
  • Jacqueline Martinez, Nick McConnell, Zach Wendling, Erika Jensen, Evelyn Mejia, Dillon Galloway, Jason Han, Nia Johnson, Victoria Baker, Trinity Saez, Drake Keeler, Lauren Penington, Robert F. Kennedy College Journalism Award
Society of Professional Journalists, Region 7
  • Blake Aerni, Mark of Excellence Award, Television Sports Reporting

  • Geoff Exstrom, Anne Gallagher, Emma Krab & Jolie Peal, Mark of Excellence Award, Podcast 

  • Ty Hawkins, Mark of Excellence Award, Television Feature Reporting

  • Nick McConnell, Mark of Excellence Award, Feature

  • Kloee Sander, Mark of Excellence Award, Television In-Depth Reporting

  • Will Sleddens, Mark of Excellence Award, Food/Restaurant Journalism

  • Alayna Verduyn, Mark of Excellence Award, General News Reporting

  • Grant Hansen, Mark of Excellence Finalist, Sports Writing

  • Jillian Lamkins, Mark of Excellence Finalist, Arts/Fashion

  • Luke Weidner, Mark of Excellence Finalist, Radio In-Depth Reporting

  • Nathan Bacon, Mark of Excellence Finalist, Television General News Reporting

  • Abby Barmore, Mark of Excellence Finalist, In-Depth Reporting

  • Damon Barr, Mark of Excellence Finalist, Radio News Reporting

  • Samantha Hargens, Lena Nelson & Riley Tolan-Keig, Mark of Excellence Finalist, Best Use of Multimedia

  • Nebraska Nightly, Mark of Excellence Award, Best Television Newscast

  • Climate Change Nebraska, Mark of Excellence Award, Best Student Magazine
  • Nebraska News Service, Mark of Excellence Award, Best Affiliated Website

  • Nebraska News Service, Mark of Excellence Finalist, Radio Feature

  • Unlimited Sports, Mark of Excellence Finalist, Best Independent Online Student Publication 

Society of Professional Journalists
  • Lauren Penington, SPJ, Student Leader
United States Department of State
  • Michael Earnest, Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship
  • Gary Marshall, Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship
University of Nebraska
  • Alex Fernando, Employee Kudos Award
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
  • Hugh Anderson, Chancellor’s Scholar
  • Dominic Bhola, Chancellor’s Scholar
  • Avery Bamesberger, Chancellor’s Scholar
  • Abigail Ostdiek, Chancellor’s Scholar
  • Chin Tung Tan, Chancellor’s Scholar
  • Steve Blum, Exceptional Excellence Award
  • Keri Mesropov, Women of Courage, Character and Commitment Award
  • Rick Alloway, Family & Friends Recognition Award
  • Tiffany Groteluschen, Women of Service
  • Nicole Blackstock, Women of Service
  • Matt Waite, Daily Nebraskan Hall of Fame
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