Global fellowship program brings Filipina media professional to Missouri School of Journalism to promote news literacy

By Austin Fitzgerald COLUMBIA, Mo. (Dec. 1, 2022) — Jene-Anne Pangue, a community and civic engagement specialist at Filipino digital news website RAPPLER, worked with Professor Kathy Kiely at the Missouri School of Journalism this summer to learn about promoting news literacy and trust in journalism. Pangue arrived on campus in August on a Community … Continued

Journalism: A ticket to see the world

Doctoral candidate Iuliia Alieva lets her interests guide her way around the globe, one report at a time. Columbia, Mo. (May 11, 2021) — As Iuliia Alieva, a doctoral graduate in the Missouri School of Journalism, approached her graduation in May, she didn’t have much time to reflect. Teaching, writing her dissertation, searching for jobs … Continued

Journalism Professor David Herzog awarded the 2020 Provost’s Award for Leadership in International Education

Columbia, Mo. (Nov. 24, 2020) — Journalism Professor David Herzog has been awarded the 2020 Provost Award for Leadership in International Education. The award carries with it a $1,000 prize and recognizes MU faculty who have provided outstanding leadership in strengthening MU’s international dimensions. “It’s an honor to be recognized and join the roster of … Continued

Journalism students spend summer gaining hands-on work experience while immersing themselves in other cultures

About 101 Missouri School of Journalism students immersed themselves in foreign cultures while gaining hands-on experience working abroad this summer as part of Global Programs. Delhi, India is the School’s newest study abroad hub. By Jennifer Nelson Columbia, Mo. (Oct. 7, 2019) — About 101 Missouri School of Journalism students immersed themselves in foreign cultures … Continued

London Internship Provides Opportunity for Missouri Student to Help Compile ‘Royal Baby Bible’ for CBS News-London Correspondents

During a particularly event-filled London internship, convergence journalism junior Caroline Watkins worked as part of a research team to compile what came to be known as the “Royal Baby Bible,” a resource that put relevant facts at the fingertips of CBS News correspondents as they were filing their reports on the birth of Prince Harry … Continued