Students Capture Graphic Awards in AP Contest

Columbia, Mo. (Dec. 22, 2004) — Missourian Journalism students captured three of the top four prizes in the graphics division of the 2004 Associated Press Missouri-Kansas contest. The results were announced at the annual meeting of publishers and editors of Missouri and Kansas AP member newspapers. The winning graphics competed against 19 other entries. They originally … Continued

Class Project Receives Attention from Trade Press

Columbia, Mo. (Dec. 21, 2004) — A class project involving citizen journalism has received attention by the trade press. Editor&Publisher, The Online Journalism Review, the journalism think tank Poynter Institute and others have written about the MyMissourian project that Clyde Bentley and his media management students launched this semester. The website of www.MyMissourian.com is a community site similar to a … Continued

Twelve Missouri Journalism Students Win Dow Jones Editing Internships

Columbia, Mo. (Dec. 15, 2004) — Twelve Missouri Journalism students have been selected for the prestigious 2005 Dow Jones Newspaper Fund summer internships in business reporting, newspaper copy editing and sports copy editing. The students were among the approximately 100 picked from an applicant pool of more than 500. Each will receive pre-internship training and … Continued

First Tina Hills Fellow Wins Overseas Press Club Foundation Scholarship

Columbia, Mo. (Dec. 15, 2004) — Marina Walker, an award-winning journalist from Mendoza, Argentina, and the School’s first Tina Hills Fellow, has been awarded a scholarship worth $2,000 by the Overseas Press Club Foundation. Walker was one of only 12 selected from a pool of 175 applicants from 60 different colleges and universities. Walker’s winning … Continued

Missouri Broadcast News Students Win Hearst Journalism Awards

Columbia, Mo. (Dec. 15, 2004) — Matt Talhelm and Lauren Stiglich, both Missouri School of Journalism students, were among the winners in the November William Randolph Hearst Foundations Journalism Awards Program broadcast competition. Talhelm earned $1,500 for second place in the television finals, qualifying him for Competition Two. The top five winners in both audio and video … Continued

Missouri Student Wins Hearst Journalism Award

Columbia, Mo. (Nov. 30, 2004) –Missouri School of Journalism student Megan Alexander was among the winners in the 45th annual William Randolph Hearst Foundation’s Journalism Awards Program. A total of 105 students from 58 universities and colleges participated in the first Hearst competition of this academic year. The School won the overall intercollegiate competition in … Continued

136 Graduates Will Be Recognized at Fall Commencement Ceremonies

Columbia, Mo. (Nov. 29, 2004) — The Missouri School of Journalism will recognize 136 graduates at its fall commencement ceremonies that will be held Friday, Dec. 17, in Jesse Auditorium in Jesse Hall. Twenty-two graduating seniors will be recognized with Latin honors. These students have at least a 3.5 grade point average for their last … Continued

Walter Williams Society Welcomes New Members

Columbia, Mo. (Nov. 19, 2004) — Two new couples were inducted into the Walter Williams Society at its second dinner on Nov. 5 at the Reynolds Alumni Center on the University of Missouri-Columbia campus. The Society was founded in 2002 to recognize the generosity of private philanthropy to the School. Joy Spencer Johnson, BJ ’48, and her … Continued

Winners Selected in First J-FIG iLife Challenge

Columbia, Mo. (Nov. 19, 2004) — The multimedia project of “Dozing in the Strangest Places” won best of show at the Journalism-Freshmen Interest Group (J-FIG) iLife Challenge awards ceremony held Nov. 17 at the University of Missouri-Columbia. Mike Hall, BJ ’04, announced the winning team of Mark Buhrmester, Michael Chesney and Scott Parsons and presented … Continued