A Look Back in Time

New Photojournalism Exhibit Captures Challenges and Everyday Life of African Americans Over the Past 60 Years By Dolores Obregon Planning and Communications Staff Columbia, Mo. (Feb. 14, 2011) — In recognition of Black History month, the Angus and Betty McDougall Center for Photojournalism Studies at the Missouri School of Journalism presents Black in America: Three … Continued

Journalism Senior Receives Second Place in Professional Competition

Photojournalism Student’s Multimedia Project Is among Best in Nation for December By Nathan Allen Master’s Student Columbia, Mo. (Jan. 26, 2011) — Missouri School of Journalism photojournalism senior Eve Edelheit received second-place recognition from the National Press Photographers Association (NPPA) for her multimedia project “Defying a Stereotype.” Edelheit, of Hopkins, Minn., developed the project for her … Continued

Missouri School of Journalism Earns First Place in Multimedia Category of Hearst Journalism Awards Program

San Francisco (May 25, 2010) — The Missouri School of Journalism earned first place in the third annual Multimedia Competition in the 50th annual William Randolph Hearst Foundation‘s Journalism Awards Program. A total of 75 entrants from 42 undergraduate journalism programs at colleges and universities across the nation participated. The rankings of two students combined … Continued

Patrick Fallon Named a Hearst National Photojournalism Semi-Finalist

Columbia, Mo. (April 26, 2010) — Patrick Fallon is one of 14 college photojournalism students who have been selected as semi-finalists in the 50th annual Hearst Journalism Awards Program. Fallon, along with the other winners, will submit additional photo portfolios for the semi-final round of judging. The judges will evaluate the portfolios and select six … Continued

Patrick Fallon NPPA’s New Student Board Representative

By NPPA Used by permission. Durham, N.C. (April 5, 2010) — Patrick T. Fallon is the new student board representative for the National Press Photographers Association. A junior at the Missouri School of Journalism, he will be responsible for communicating the needs of the student photojournalism community to NPPA’s board of directors. Fallon, who recently … Continued

Missouri Photojournalism Students Win Pictures of the Year International Awards

By Lauren Walsh Master’s Student Columbia, Mo. (March 29, 2010) — Four Missouri School of Journalism photojournalism students were among the top winners at the 67th annual Pictures of the Year International (POYi) contest. POYi is considered one of the world’s largest and most prestigious photojournalism contests. POYi awarded Ikuru Kuwajima the Award of Excellence … Continued

Missouri School of Journalism Book on Arrow Rock Wins the Prestigious 2010 Osmund Overby Award

Columbia, Mo. (March 10, 2010) — A book produced by Missouri School of Journalism students and faculty has won the 2010 Osmund Overby Award given by the Missouri Alliance for Historic Preservation. The award is given to written works in recognition of their contribution to the documentation and interpretation of Missouri’s architectural history. “Arrow Rock, … Continued

67th POYi Launches Three Weeks of Judging

POYi Is the Oldest and Most Prestigious Photojournalism Program in the World Columbia, Mo. (Feb. 12, 2010) — Pictures of the Year International begins its 67th annual competition of more than 41,000 photographs, multimedia pieces, and publication pages reflecting the news events and social issues of 2009. Judging begins on Sunday, Feb. 14, on the … Continued

Missouri Photo Workshop to Document the Black Experience in Small-Town Missouri

Columbia, Mo. (Jan. 29, 2010) — In commemoration of Black History Month, the Missouri Photo Workshop has mined its digital archives and created an exhibit called “Documenting the Black Experience in Small Town Missouri.” It will be on display on the second floor of Ellis Library on the University of Missouri campus from Feb. 1 … Continued

New Book on St. James, Mo., Features Photographs of Missouri School of Journalism Students and Missouri Photo Workshop Participants

Project Also Serves as a Master’s Project for Joshua A. Bickel By Angela Hamilton Master’s Student Columbia, Mo. (Sept. 9, 2009) — “St. James: The People of Missouri’s ‘Forest City of the Ozarks,’” a collaborative book project of Missouri School of Journalism students and professional photojournalists, will be released this week. The publication coincides with … Continued