Hannah Stodolka: Graduation Spotlight

May 10 2020 - 12:30pm

To Class of 2020 graduate Hannah Stodolka, yesterday meant achieving a goal connected to some of her most precious childhood memories.

CoJMC News

Global News in the Age of Social Media
'Global News' course brings Nebraska, Omani students together
May 7 2020 - 11:15am

Eight in the morning is not a favorite start time for most college students. However, the chance to video chat with peers halfway across the world has spurred Huskers enrolled in the University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s “Global News in the Age of Social Media” class.

Jemalyn Griffin
PRSSA’s Jemalyn Griffin wins Student Impact Award for Outstanding New Advisor
Apr 23 2020 - 2:30pm

 CoJMC's Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) advisor, Jemalyn Griffin, has worked with the chapter for less than three years and has accomplished major strides for the group. It's no suprise that she earned the title of Outstanding New Advisor from UNL Student Involvement's annual Student Impact Awards. Look here to read the PRSSA Exec team's personal thank you notes to Jemalyn.

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CoJMC student creates campaign for Lincoln Food Bank
Apr 12 2020 - 3:45pm
Senior advertising and public relations student Jesse Esquivel had the opportunity to create a campaign for the Lincoln Food Bank catered towards students during the coronavirus pandemic.

Lunch n' Learn over Zoom
CoJMC student plans lunch n' learn for the graduate program
Apr 10 2020 - 10:45am
Even with a quarantine during a global pandemic, CoJMC graduate student Natalie Drozd found a way to host a webinar with Lincoln-based advertising company Kidglov. She's is confident that even though the event was virtual, it still had the same effect and maybe was even a little more impactful because people felt comfortable speaking up.

Spread Hope Not Fear
PRSSA launches #SpreadHopeNotFear campaign
Apr 9 2020 - 4:15pm

UNL’S Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) Club kicked off its new campaign #SpreadHopeNotFear with the hope of helping people get through this time of such extreme change. Their goal is to offer others something to look forward to each day and give them a sense of normalcy.

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Three CoJMC standouts cover COVID-19 for The New York Times
Apr 9 2020 - 1:45pm

A student, faculty member and alum from CoJMC are working together on a project covering the COVID-19 crisis for The New York Times. These data journalists are gathering deaths related to the coronavirus from every county in the U.S. The hope for this data is that it becomes a public good to inform policy makers and researchers to help them understand what happened, what is happening and what they can do to help make sure this doesn't happen again.

Four broadcasting production students win grand prize in national competition
Mar 24 2020 - 3:45pm

The National Broadcasting Society (NBS) held its 78th annual National Undergraduate Student Electronic Media Competition on Saturday, March 14th in Burbank, California, and four College of Journalism and Mass Communications students won grand prize trophies.

Destiney Chitrodom: Student Spotlight
Destiney Chitrodom: Student Spotlight
Mar 10 2020 - 11:45am

Junior Advertising and Public Relations and Graphic Design double major, Destiney Chitrodom decided to add ADPR onto her studies at the beginning of her sophomore year. 

“I always knew I wanted to incorporate my design knowledge into something even bigger, and I heard so many great things about CoJMC from my peers and professors.”

Allie Snow
Allie Snow places fifth in the Hearst Media Competition
Feb 24 2020 - 1:45pm

Senior broadcasting and sports media and communications double major Allie Snow entered two radio projects from a course taught by Professor Barney McCoy into the Hearst Media Competition on a whim.

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CoJMC brings home five ADDY awards
Feb 24 2020 - 8:15am

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln College of Journalism and Mass Communications was well represented at the 2020 ADDY Awards, sponsored by AAF Omaha. 


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