by Molly Chapple
Professor Adam Wagler was recently invited to serve as a student success fellow for the office of the Executive Vice Chancellor (EVC) fellows program. Wagler is one of 12 who were chosen as fellows.
The Nebraska Press Association, in tandem with the College of Journalism and Mass Communications at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln inducted University of Nebraska–Lincoln CoJMC alumnus Lyle Denniston in to its Hall of Fame Oct. 23.
The University of Nebraska–Lincoln College of Journalism and Mass Communications Learning Communities traveled to Chicago Oct. 1-3 to explore a variety of career directions.
University of Nebraska–Lincoln broadcasting students win 2 South Central Broadcasting Society Grand PrizesOct 14 2015 - 7:00pm
University of Nebraska–Lincoln College of Journalism and Mass Communications broadcasting students and members of the National Broadcasting Society were awarded two Grand Prizes at the South Central Broadcasting Society conference and award ceremony on Oct. 2-3.
University of Nebraska–Lincoln College of Journalism and Mass Communications students Robby Korth, Jacy Marmaduke and Morgan Spiehs, as part of the Carnegie-Knight News21 national investigation team, have won the Online News Association award in the student projects pro-am category.
Add an awesome chapter to your story by traveling with your classmates and teachers to Ireland in 2016. You can earn credit while you experience a different culture and compare media trends to those of the United States.
University of Nebraska–Lincoln CoJMC professor Sriyani Tidball and colleagues lead human trafficking effort on campusSep 27 2015 - 7:00pm
University of Nebraska–Lincoln College of Journalism and Mass Communications assistant professor of practice Sriyani Tidball began her work in human trafficking 18 years ago. This work has led to the seventh annual Interdisciplinary Conference on Human Trafficking to be held Oct. 1-3 at Embassy Suites in Lincoln.
The Office of the Senior Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs is sponsoring the participation of five University of Nebraska–Lincoln faculty members in the Committee on Institutional Cooperation’s Academic Leadership Program.
A new class launched this fall by the College of Journalism and Mass Communications seeks to give students a greater understanding of human trafficking and other human rights and social justice issues.
University of Nebraska–Lincoln College of Journalism and Mass Communications Professor of Journalism Joe Starita was presented the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution History Award Medal on Sept. 8 by the Omaha Chapter for his research and publications on Native American history.