3 Missouri Students Selected for AAF’s 2019 ‘Most Promising Multicultural Students Program’

Mizzou strategic communication seniors Nour Feghali, Rachel Kim and Alicia White are among 50 students nationwide selected for the American Advertising Federation’s Most Promising Multicultural Students Program. They will spend four days in February interviewing and networking with advertising industry professionals in New York City. Strategic Communication Undergrads Will Spend Four Days in February Interviewing … Continued

J-School Undergraduates Take Time Out to Attend Association for Women in Sports Media Conference

At left, Christina Long, Anne Rogers and Missouri Journalism Associate Professor Elizabeth Frogge at the AWSM Convention in late June. At top-right, Rogers (far left) and other AWSM Scholars in Scottsdale, Arizona. Lower-right, Rogers covering the Colorado Rockies as an associate reporter with MLB.com. Columbia, Mo. (July 29, 2018) — Senior Anne Rogers and sophomore … Continued

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

Twenty-eight NABJ-MU members had the opportunity to visit different media agencies such as The Washington Post, NBC, Ogilvy Washington, USA Today, and Newsy, among others. 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 … Continued

Senior Tashan Reed selected for National Sports Journalism Institute

Senior Tashan Reed will intern with The Commercial Appeal in Memphis. 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 … Continued

Jasmyn Barr Named AAF Most Promising Multicultural Student

Columbia, Mo. (Nov. 16, 2017) — On Nov. 1, the American Advertising Federation selected strategic communication student Jasmyn Barr among 49 other students from across the nation for their annual Most Promising Multicultural Students (MPMS) program. Barr is currently studying abroad in Brussels, Belgium, and applied for the program last year after meeting with representatives … Continued

Missouri School of Journalism Hosts Alumni Reception at National Association of Black Journalists Convention in New Orleans

From left to right: Arianna Poindexter, BJ ’16, reporter/anchor at WMC Action News 5 in Memphis; Leon Carter, vice president and editorial director at ESPN; Nischelle Turner, BJ ’98, correspondent at Entertainment Tonight; Mark Russell, BJ ’84, executive editor of the Memphis Commercial Appeal; David Kurpius, dean of the Missouri School of Journalism. New Orleans … Continued

Inside Sports: School Hosts National Sports Journalism Institute

Columbia, Mo. (June 2, 2017) — For the sixth year in a row, the national Sports Journalism Institute‘s 10-day boot camp is being held at the Missouri School of Journalism May 26 through June 3. The nine-week training and internship program, led by Sandy Rosenbush of ESPN, Leon Carter of ESPN and Gregory Lee of … Continued

Alumnus Publishes ‘Our Fathers: Making Black Men’

“Our Fathers: Making Black Men” by Lewis W. Diuguid, BJ ’77 Columbia, Mo. (April 27, 2017) — In “Our Fathers: Making Black Men,” Lewis W. Diuguid, BJ ’77, focuses on one block of St. Louis in the mid-20th century, where African-American businessmen living the American Dream also created a sense of community for boys in … Continued