In 2021, two College of Journalism and Mass Communications undergraduate students were among 31 who earned the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship to support credit-bearing study abroad, internship abroad, or virtual international opportunities.
Jack C. Botts, 97, died Thursday, January 6th in Lincoln. He was born in Ludden, ND, to Dwight and Velcie Botts. He attended schools in Ludden and Oakes, ND, and entered the Army Air Forces in 1943. He flew 51 missions in Europe as a radio operator in a B-17 crew based in Italy.
The Student Leadership, Involvement and Community Engagement Center will host nonprofits in residence throughout the spring semester. Scheduled organizations will be available from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Nebraska Union. Students can stop by to network and learn about industries, internships and volunteer opportunities.
Apply for the Bailey Lauerman Student Opportunity Scholarship. This scholarship is funded by Nebraska advertising and public relations agency Bailey Lauerman. It recognizes a junior or senior advertising and public relations major who has participated in activities or organizations that promote and celebrate diversity and has an interest in pursuing a career in advertising and public relations.
2021 marked the beginning of a new era for the College of Journalism and Mass Communications (CoJMC). Over 75 faculty, staff, alumni and industry partners came together to chart a new vision for the college as a national leader in experiential journalism and mass communications education. The first aim of our strategic plan, approved in May 2021, was to launch a college-wide Experience Lab to provide every student the opportunity to gain hands-on experience working in one of the college’s media outlets or agencies.