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Campus experts Matthew Waite and Joseph Weber helped keep the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in the national spotlight in February.
The College of Journalism and Mass Communications announced it won a special judge's citation, Gold ADDY, and five Silver ADDYs at the American Advertising Awards competition held Feb. 21 in Lincoln. The AAF Lincoln and Omaha chapters sponsor the local competition.
The University of Nebraska–Lincoln College of Journalism and Mass Communications announced alumni and industry professionals who will be honored during the college’s annual J Days celebration, Feb. 26-27, 2015.
More than 100 news organizations with a combined circulation greater than 200,000 throughout Nebraska are receiving regular news updates about state government and the legislature's actions from a new reporting service of the College of Journalism and Mass Communications at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Matt Waite said the FAA’s proposal for “surprisingly flexible and permissive” rules is an encouraging signal for the future of drone journalism, as well as for other commercial uses of unmanned aerial vehicles.
The U.S. Embassy Jakarta has invited Bruce Thorson, associate professor of journalism, to teach in Indonesia for two weeks in March. He will train students and early career journalists in photojournalism and multimedia, and how to develop sources, fact check and improve storytelling skills.
National media outlets sought out CoJMC's expertise in January. Stories that made the news included drone journalism and an anti-bullying event.
Daniel Wheaton, Toni Karaus, Reece Ristau and Linsey Armstrong of the College of Journalism and Mass Communication helped the University of Nebraska-Lincoln speech and debate team earn its fourth Big Ten title.
The UNL Teaching Council and UNL Parents Association honored nine faculty and staff from the College of Journalism and Mass Communications at an annual recognition ceremony on Jan. 30, 2015.