CoJMC alumna honored with Native American 40 Under 40 award

Dec 11 2018 - 12:15pm

by Molly Chapple Roe

Alumna Rebekka Schlichting was recently named a 2018 “Native American 40 Under 40 Award” recipient by The National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development.

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Michael Dixon overlooks The Depot, home of the Cleburne Railroaders. (Photo courtesy of Michael Dixon)
Broadcasting alumnus becomes the voice of Texas baseball team
Nov 28 2018 - 11:00am

by Matt Balascak, senior ADPR major from Eagan, MN

“Right-hander Adkins ready again, the kick and the 0-1... a swing and a sharp line drive into left field for a base hit, first base runner of the night on either side.”


Bunger and Grasz pose together
CoJMC alums find friendship, mentorship in New York City
Nov 28 2018 - 10:45am

by Molly Chapple Roe

CoJMC alumna Lynne Grasz has hosted many CoJMC students in her home. She has opened her New York City apartment to several CoJMC students who had internships in the city and needed a cozy place to stay for a few months.


CoJMC senior Paige Stanard smiles in front of the Opendorse logo on her first day as an intern at the office headquarters in Lincoln.
CoJMC alumnus began work as an entrepreneur in his dorm room
Nov 28 2018 - 10:45am

by Elizabeth Gould, senior advertising and public relations major from Atlanta, Georgia

From day one of his freshman year, Adi Kunalic and his roommate established a unique friendship that would later result in a successful business partnership.


Young with other South Korean students
Senior ADPR and broadcasting major studies abroad in South Korea
Nov 19 2018 - 10:45am

by Molly Chapple Roe

Jordan Young, a senior ADPR and broadcasting major, recently received a scholarship to study abroad in South Korea.


  Ryan Schreurs (left) interviews Randolph Oduber, a Salt Dogs baseball player, during Schreurs’ internship in summer 2018.
Schreurs serves Lincoln Salt Dogs
Nov 14 2018 - 2:00pm

by Rylie Kalb, senior agricultural and environmental sciences communication major from Wataga, Illinois

           Ryan Schreurs always knew he loved sports, but he never expected to attend 50 home baseball games in Lincoln. This summer, Schreurs had the opportunity to intern with a local sports team—the Lincoln Saltdogs.


Olivia Wilson is an advertising and public relations major in the College of Journalism and Mass Communications. She is excited to use her skills from her major to better her business practices. Photo credit: Abby Skye Photography
Olivia Wilson, a go-getter CoJMC student, with sweet dreams
Nov 14 2018 - 1:45pm

by Abaigeal Nicholas, a junior advertising and public relations major from Omaha

 With high entrepreneurial aspirations, University of Nebraska-Lincoln student Olivia Wilson decided transferring into the College of Journalism and Mass Communications was the perfect recipe for success.


  Novak at her desk while working on a project for Urban Walk About. (Photo courtesy of Sydney Novak)
Novak thriving at Swanson Russell
Nov 12 2018 - 10:15am

by Hank Neal, graduate student

 Sydney Novak, a 2018 graduate of the College of Journalism and Mass Communications, has just celebrated her one-year anniversary at Swanson Russell Associates, where she is a project manager.


Logan John takes a break from working at the Pinnacle Bank Championship Golf Tournament, one of Hurrdat’s clients, to pose with a statue of one of the sponsors, web.com. (Photo by Reilly Nelson)
Advertising and Public Relations alumna does something new with social media
Nov 12 2018 - 10:15am

by Lydia Dexter, ADPR student from Davey, Nebraska

Logan John knew next to nothing about her major before choosing it. The 2018 alumna chose advertising and public relations because it sounded cool. She knew she was good at writing, but was unsure how to make a career out of it. But when she was pushed to the limit in her creative concept class, she knew she had chosen the right major.


Mecca on orientation day
CoJMC alumna gains lifelong experiences teaching English in Macedonia
Nov 9 2018 - 2:15pm

by Molly Chapple Roe

CoJMC alumna Mecca Slaughter is working as a professor of English at the University of Tetovo in Macedonia. Slaughter is a May 2016 journalism graduate and a May 2018 master’s grad from the integrated media communications track.


Maddie Schultz photo by Capitol
CoJMC student starts organization to raise awareness for sex trafficking in Nebraska
Nov 7 2018 - 12:45pm

by Maddie Keast, senior advertising and public relations major from Harlan, Iowa

 You never know what is going to affect you as a young adult. For a local Nebraska woman it was a march that sparked her passion.


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