Photo Story: “Sam” by Maddie Davis

Columbia, Mo. (Feb. 8, 2019) — “Every time I come back from a manic episode, it’s like I have to relearn and relive a lot of things and regain confidence. It’s so weird because when you’re going manic, you have all of that. I have that confidence, I have that assurance, I feel so alive … Continued

David Rees Named to Missouri Photojournalism Hall of Fame

At left, photojournalism Professor Emeritus David Rees displays his commemorative plaque after being inducted into the Missouri Photojournalism Hall of Fame. Rees is joined by fellow inductees Thelma Blumberg and Dave Marner. By Nate Brown Columbia, Mo. (Oct. 30, 2018) — David Rees received a C-plus on a photo class assignment in 1974. Undeterred, he … Continued

Missouri Students Teach International Teens about MU Photojournalism Program

Mizzou students Jessi Dodge and Liv Paggiarino shared their passion for photojournalism with a group of international high school students as part of the Mizzou International Experience’s Career Exploration Summer Program. By Jennifer Nelson Columbia, Mo. (Aug. 7, 2018) — Two students got the opportunity to represent the Missouri School of Journalism’s photojournalism department by … Continued

Special Public Exhibit Showcases Work of Graduating Photojournalism Students

Graduating photojournalism students were responsible for the entire “Parting Shots 7” exhibit, an annual gallery show which recognizes some of the best work by Missouri students. Planning and mounting the exhibit included editing, toning and printing the selected images. ‘Parting Shots’ Exhibit Now in McDougall Center Gallery in Lee Hills Hall through Sept. 17 By … Continued

Recent Photojournalism Graduate Kayla Wolf Competing for National Hearst Award

Over the course of two years, recent alumna Kayla Wolf, BJ ’17, documented the daily reality of early-onset Alzheimer’s disease, building a personal relationship with the Cottles that in many ways became even more significant than her photojournalism capstone project. Earning Respect and Trust Lent Wolf’s ‘Last Best Day’ Images Particular Intimacy By Jennifer Nelson … Continued

Pulitzer Prize-Winning Photographer to Present ‘The Human Toll of Toxic Pollution’

Larry C. Price Will Discuss Environmental and Health Reporting at 6 p.m., Thursday, April 26, in 204 Neff Hall By Gerard Edic Columbia, Mo. (March 23, 2018) — The Missouri School of Journalism will welcome two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Larry C. Price to campus April 26. The visit is part of the Smith/Patterson Science Journalism Fellowship … Continued

Tim Tai, BJ ’16, Talks Sports Journalism

Columbia, Mo. (March 6, 2018) — Tim Tai graduated from the Missouri School of Journalism less than two years ago, and he has already covered a Super Bowl for the Philadelphia Inquirer. Tai took photos of the Super Bowl held Feb. 4 in Minneapolis, after joining the Inquirer in Nov. 2017. He previously worked as … Continued

Winners Announced in the 75th Annual Pictures of the Year International Competition

Winners have been announced for the 75th annual Pictures of the Year International competition. Approximately 40,000 Images and Multimedia Projects Were Submitted from Nearly 100 Countries Columbia, Mo. (March 2, 2018) — The judging process for the 75th annual Pictures of the Year International competition has been completed, and the winners announced. For 2018, nearly … Continued

Annie Rice Named Recipient of the C. Zoe Smith Scholarship in Photojournalism

Grad student Annie Rice plans to use her scholarship to help fund a micro-documentary film examining loss and the stages of grief within families. Photo: John Happel. Scholarship Will Help Graduate Student Document Families of Missing Persons Columbia, Mo. (Jan. 10, 2018) — Photojournalism graduate student Annie Rice’s interest in people leads her to stories … Continued