Zach Massey receives grant from Missouri School of Journalism to study cannabis warning labels

Massey’s research will help lawmakers and regulators determine how to proceed as the cannabis industry grows As cannabis continues to be legalized for medicinal or recreational use in states across the country, Zach Massey is at the forefront of some of the research that will underpin the drug’s regulation. Massey, an assistant professor of science … Continued

Missouri School of Journalism collaborates with AT&T, Trulaske College of Business, and schools and colleges across campus to put 5G into action

Missouri School of Journalism Strategic Communication student Tina Spreck tries out VR at the MU Institute for Innovation, Experiential Education & Entrepreneurship By Austin Fitzgerald Columbia, Mo. (Nov. 18, 2021) — As part of an ongoing, multidisciplinary collaboration with AT&T to explore the use of 5G in college classrooms, students studying strategic communication at the … Continued

$1 million gift will support scholarship at MU School of Law and fellowship at Missouri School of Journalism

The gift from Stueve Siegel Hanson will create a new scholarship for Black law students and help fund training for international journalists The University of Missouri today announced a $1 million gift from Stueve Siegel Hanson. The Kansas City-based firm will establish the Stueve Siegel Hanson Law Scholarship to support Black students at the MU … Continued

Alison Young helping students at Missouri School of Journalism build careers in Washington, D.C.

The Missouri School of Journalism’s 2020 Washington program students after a seminar with Yamiche Alcindor By Austin Fitzgerald Columbia, Mo. (Nov. 18, 2021) — As far back as she can remember, Alison Young has wondered, “why?” Why, for example, did her mother face so many roadblocks as a divorced, single mother of two? Why were … Continued

In new book, Berkley Hudson presents forgotten photographs of O.N. Pruitt

Portrait made on a 5×7 glass plate negative with two exposures in Pruitt’s studio, circa mid-1920s Master photographer from Mississippi documented Black and white lives during time of segregation and violence Berkley Hudson, an associate professor emeritus at the Missouri School of Journalism, has authored a new book presenting the photography of O.N Pruitt, a … Continued

What people value in digital news

Missouri School of Journalism researchers hope their findings can help inform the journalism industry and improve the business and design choices surrounding digital news platforms Digital news subscriptions have doubled in the past four years, but half of those gains went to the New York Times and the Washington Post alone. To find out why, … Continued