Five Missouri School of Journalism students named to Knight Nonprofit News Internship program for summer 2020

Subsidy makes internships more affordable for newsrooms when many are canceling internships because of COVID-19 By Jennifer Nelson Columbia, Mo. (May 19, 2020) — This summer five Missouri School of Journalism students will take part in the Knight Nonprofit News Internship program, a diverse scholarship partnership between MU and the Institute for Nonprofit News. The … Continued

Associate Professor Yong Volz honored with the Jordan Hoyt Tribute to Women award

The annual award recognizes outstanding MU faculty, staff and students who help create an environment of equity, fairness and justice for women on campus. Columbia, Mo. (March 31, 2020) — Missouri School of Journalism Associate Professor Yong Volz was selected to receive the Jordan Hoyt Tribute to Women award. The annual award is sponsored by … Continued

Two Missouri School of Journalism Students Attend AAF’s 2020 ‘Most Promising Multicultural Students Program’

Strategic communication seniors Tyler Jones and Adrianna Talavera reexamine career goals, broaden interests Columbia, Mo. (March 30, 2020) — Two Missouri School of Journalism students attended the 2020 Most Promising Multicultural Students program (MPMS), a four-day event put on by the American Advertising Federation (AAF). Strategic communication seniors Adrianna Talavera and Tyler Jones were selected … Continued

Missouri School of Journalism Strategic Communication students attend Publicis Multicultural Talent Pipeline conference

Seniors Jennifer Fowler and Adrianna Talavera network, come away inspired by event. By Jerry Duggan Columbia, Mo. (Nov. 8, 2019) — Senior Missouri School of Journalism Strategic Communication students Jennifer Fowler and Adrianna Talavera attended the Publicis Multicultural Talent Pipeline, an event focused on giving talented students from multicultural backgrounds a chance to network with … Continued

The 2018 ADCOLOR FUTURES Class Welcomes Three MU Grads

By Emily Cook Columbia, Mo. (Feb. 25, 2019) — Community. It’s something that we all crave. It shapes our goals and fosters a common mindset. Paanii Annan, Destanee Bonds and Taylor Brodie, Missouri School of Journalism alumni and stand-out advertising professionals, undoubtedly became part of a great community when they were named into the 2018 … Continued

Mizzou Women in Media Wins Excellence Award

The Organization Showcases the Importance of Inclusion and Mentorship By Kiara Ealy Columbia, Mo. (April 18, 2016) — Mizzou Women in Media was awarded the 2015-16 Chancellor’s Excellence Award for Best New Organization. The group and its adviser, convergence journalism Associate Professor Amy Simons, were honored at an April 16 reception for recognition in excellence … Continued

KBIA-FM Team Publishes Multimedia Package on Campus Race Relations

Audio Stories of ‘Mizzou at a Crossroads’ Will Be Available as Podcasts By Ashley Szatala Columbia, Mo. (March 15, 2016) — A new multimedia project on race relations at the University of Missouri allowed students and faculty at KBIA-FM to explore new storytelling techniques. “Mizzou at a Crossroads” is an in-depth analysis on the history … Continued

Applications Now Accepted to the Missouri Urban Journalism Workshop

The July 9-17 Summer Workshop Is Open to High School Students By Ashley Szatala Columbia, Mo. (March 1, 2016) — High school students interested in journalism can experience the thrill of creating stories at the upcoming Missouri Urban Journalism Workshop. The 2016 MUJW will be offered July 9-17 at the Missouri School of Journalism. Applications … Continued

National Association of Black Journalists Travel to Atlanta for Media Tour

32 Students Visit News Media, Agencies; Connect with Alumni During Trip By Seinga Macauley Public Relations Chair NABJ Mizzou Columbia, Mo. (Feb. 17, 2016) — The National Association of Black Journalists Ale Chapter (NABJ) traveled to Atlanta, Feb. 2-7, for its annual Media Tour. The trip is the group’s most anticipated event of the school … Continued