Missouri School of Journalism NABJ-MU Student Chapter Visits Leading Washington D.C. Media Outlets

Trip Offered Networking, Educational and Professional Development Opportunities By Gabrielle Hays Columbia, Mo. (Feb. 6, 2018) — Leading into the month of February, the MU Chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) spent one week in Washington D.C. for its annual media tour. Twenty-eight NABJ-MU members had the opportunity to visit different media … Continued

Judd Slivka Named New RJI Director of Aerial Journalism

Program to Address Emergent Aerial Technologies, Opportunities and Challenges Columbia, Mo. (Feb. 2, 2018) — The Missouri School of Journalism’s Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute has created a new program that will explore drones and other journalism opportunities in the sky. Judd Slivka, assistant professor of convergence journalism, has been named its first director of … Continued

Senior Tashan Reed Selected for National Sports Journalism Institute

He Will Serve an 8-Week Paid Summer Internship at Commercial Appeal By Yue Tang Columbia, Mo. (Jan 24, 2018) — Missouri School of Journalism senior Tashan Reed is one of 14 students from across the country to be chosen for the 2018 Sports Journalism Institute (SJI). A print and digital news student, Reed is studying … Continued

Four Journalism Faculty Awarded Reynolds Faculty Fellowships

Annual Endowment Will Be Used for Salary Supplement and Support for Teaching and Research Columbia, Mo. (Jan. 19, 2018) — Four University of Missouri Journalism faculty have been selected to receive a Reynolds Faculty Fellowship award. These unique fellowships provide support for scholarship and research, in addition to salary enhancements, in recognition of high-quality work. … Continued

Annie Rice Named Recipient of the C. Zoe Smith Scholarship in Photojournalism

Scholarship Will Help Graduate Student Document Families of Missing Persons Columbia, Mo. (Jan. 10, 2018) — Photojournalism graduate student Annie Rice’s interest in people leads her to stories that haven’t been told. A $1,000 scholarship will help her to tell the stories of the families of missing people in Missouri for her master’s project. Rice … Continued