Faculty from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln College of Journalism and Mass Communications (CoJMC) have been awarded a $20,000 System Science Planning grant from the University of Nebraska for a project titled “A health system level approach to integrate weight management, obesity care coordination, patient engagement and clinical trial recruitment.”
Sriyani Tidball, assistant professor of practice of the College of Journalism and Mass Communications was selected as a “woman of character, courage and commitment” by the University of Nebraska–Lincoln Women’s Center as a part of the Women’s Week 2015 celebration.
Five students at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s College of Journalism and Mass Communications will share in $11,500 in scholarships that the Omaha Press Club Foundation will award on April 24.
Charlsie Bastian and Joslyn Maenner of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln College of Journalism and Mass Communications finished in the Top 30 teams nationwide of the Washington Media Plan Case Competition.
A new crop of reporters has joined Nebraska Mosaic, and their first step into reporting about new Americans has been to track their own immigrant past. Mosaic is staffed each semester by a class of undergraduate and graduate students.
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.