Gifts from Chinese Guests Express Respect and Admiration for the World’s First School of Journalism on the Occasion of the Centennial/Dedication Celebration

Symbolic Items Include a Carved Sandalwood Tiger, a Jade Seal and Embroidered Cloths More than 40 Chinese news media and academic officials attended the recent centennial/dedication celebration, bringing special gifts to express their congratulations and appreciation for the century-long relationship they have enjoyed with the Missouri School of Journalism. In this article, Ernest Zhang, coordinator … Continued

Missouri Journalism Interns at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games Blog about Experiences

MoJo Beijing and Beijing Experience 2008 Blogs Offer Stories, Photos and More Columbia, Mo. (August 8, 2008) — As the 2008 Summer Olympic Games kick off in Beijing, Missouri School of Journalism students are detailing their experiences with blog coverage for news media outlets throughout the United States, as well as being featured on television … Continued

Ten Graduate Students to Be Selected for Prestigious WHCA-Missouri Fellowship in Government Affairs Reporting

Washington, D.C. (April 24, 2008) — The White House Correspondents’ Association will announce at its annual dinner on Saturday, April 26, a new WHCA-Missouri Fellowship Program in government affairs reporting. The Missouri School of Journalism, considered by the WHCA as one of the nation’s most prestigious journalism graduate programs, was one of three schools selected by … Continued

School Hosts Videoconference with Global Scholars about International Election News Coverage

Columbia, Mo. (Dec. 27, 2007) — Journalism researchers from around the world recently discussed international election news coverage via a videoconference hosted by the Missouri School of Journalism. Researchers from Moscow State University in Russia, the University of Warsaw in Poland and the Catholic University of Argentina discussed the recent presidential election coverage in Argentina and … Continued

Journalistic Principles Can Survive and Thrive in Digital Environment

Hurley Symposium to Present Results of Yearlong Research Project Columbia, Mo. (Sept. 25, 2007) — It’s the question that is on the minds of many editors and reporters these days: How can we ensure that the most important journalistic principles survive this time of fast-paced change? Some insights into how these values can make the … Continued

Global Missouri Journalism to Host Study Abroad Fair Sept. 21

Columbia, Mo. (Sept. 18, 2007) — The Missouri School of Journalism will reinforce its reputation as a world-renowned institution at the School’s first study abroad fair Friday, Sept. 21, hosted by Global Missouri Journalism, the School’s study abroad office. From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Neff Hall student lounge, Missouri Journalism students will … Continued

University of Missouri-Columbia, Beijing Olympic Organizing Committee, Renmin University of China Sign ‘Memorandum of Understanding’

Missouri School of Journalism Students Will Serve as Interns at 2008 Olympic Games By Kevin Carlson MU News Bureau Columbia, Mo. (Aug. 24, 2007) — Students from one of the world’s most prestigious journalism schools will have an opportunity to gain valuable professional experience at the world’s most celebrated sporting event next summer as Beijing … Continued