Sarah Copeland

Sarah Copeland (BJ ’99) has loved both cooking and writing since she was a young girl. Now she’s brought the two passions together in her professional life as a trained chef, cookbook author and food journalist. While pursuing a journalism degree with emphasises in both photography and magazine journalism at the Missouri School of Journalism, … Continued

Two Missouri School of Journalism students selected for AAF’s 2020 ‘Most Promising Multicultural Students Program’

Recipients considered “50 of the most high-potential advertising talent in the country” By Jennifer Nelson Columbia, Mo. (Dec. 4, 2019) — Two Missouri School of Journalism students have been selected for the 2020 Most Promising Multicultural Students Program sponsored by the American Advertising Federation. The program is part of an AAF initiative promoting diversity and … Continued

Curriculum

The Missouri School of Journalism curriculum is designed to allow first-year students to dive in to the worlds of journalism and strategic communication on day one. Whether you have a little experience or a lot, the School offers you many ways to apply your journalism and strategic communication skills to careers in a wide variety … Continued

Li Yang awarded University of Missouri 2019 International Engagement Award

Columbia, Mo. (Nov. 22, 2019) — Li Yang, who assists dozens of undergraduate students earning dual (“2+2”) degrees from the Missouri School of Journalism and top universities in China, received the University of Missouri 2019 International Engagement Award for outstanding staff contribution. The award recognizes meaningful and sustained commitments to international work, whether directly on … Continued

Lindsey Crozier

Lindsey Crozier is the senior academic adviser in Journalism Graduate Studies that works with PhD, online master and graduate certificate students. Crozier joined the Missouri School of Journalism in June 2019. Prior to advising at Mizzou, Crozier earned a master of education degree in counseling at Stephens College in 2011 and a bachelor of arts … Continued