by Alli Inglebright
Students at the College of Journalism and Mass Communications have a lot to be thankful for this year. With Thanksgiving break starting Wednesday, Nov. 22, students are making plans for the three day break and thinking about what they are grateful for.
The College of Journalism and Mass Communications announced today 21 students will compete in the 2015 National Student Advertising Competition. The UNL team will compete against 150 colleges from across the U.S. for the top prize.
University of Nebraska-Lincoln PRSSA chapter received the Public Relations Student Society of America’s (PRSSA) Star Chapter Award for the first time in the chapter’s history
The American Advertising Federation has selected two advertising and public relations students — Miles Ukaoma of Overland Park, Kansas, and Maritza Hayes of O’Fallon, Missouri — for its Most Promising Minority Student Program.
More than 50 students from the College of Journalism and Mass Communications will be joining forces to bring an extensive day and night of election coverage to television, radio and the Web.
Michael Shively, Bailey Neel, Ryan Swanigan and Jon Kipper have earned "Student Radio Call of the Week" honors. The NCAA selects the best radio calls of the college football season and features them on the NCAA.com website.
Amanda Walla and Samee Callahan have been selected as one pair of 10 winners in the 3% Student Competition. The top 10 winners (20 students total because they worked in pairs) won tickets to The 3% Conference in San Francisco Nov. 3-4.
The College of Journalism and Mass Communications announced its Native Daughters project was featured as part of the Hubbard Lecture on Friday, Oct. 10 at the Sheldon Museum of Art. The lecture series, titled First Peoples of the Plains, will be held at 7 p.m.
The College of Journalism and Mass Communications hosted a reception Friday, Sept. 26 to welcome its new dean, Dr. Maria Marron and to kick off a yearlong celebration of 120 years of teaching journalism at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln.
UNL’s College of Journalism and Mass Communications Associate Professor Leads Obesity Research SummitSep 23 2014 - 7:00pm
Associate professor Amy Struthers, primary investigator of the Transdisciplinary Obesity Prevention Research Initiative (TOPRI), will lead a summit on Oct. 10 at Nebraska Innovation Campus.