Pulitzer Prize Winner’s New Project On Display at McDougall Center Gallery at the Missouri School of Journalism

‘Not As I Pictured’ Documents John Kaplan’s Fight Against Lymphoma By Gwen Girsdansky Columbia, Mo. (Feb. 6, 2013) — Pulitzer Prize winner John Kaplan self-documents his fight against lymphoma in “Not As I Pictured,” a multimedia exhibit on display through March 4 at the McDougall Center Gallery in Lee Hills Hall at the Missouri School … Continued

Two Missouri School of Journalism Photojournalism Seniors Win in Hearst Journalism Awards Program

Grant Hindsley Earns First; Samuel Gause, Ninth, in the Competition By Celia Darrough Master’s Student Columbia, Mo. (Dec. 19, 2012) — Two Missouri School of Journalism photojournalism seniors received awards in the photojournalism competition of the Hearst Journalism Awards Program. Grant Hindsley placed first, and Samuel Gause placed ninth. Hindsley and Gause were selected from … Continued

Five Missouri Journalism Classes Produce Multiplatform Package of Stories for Vox Magazine

The ‘Against the Odds’ Issue Shares Inspiring Profiles of Determination and Conviction By Chantel O’Neal Master’s Student Columbia, Mo. (Dec. 18, 2012) — A special Vox Magazine package of stories, “Against the Odds,” highlights the multiplatform and interdisciplinary nature of instruction at the Missouri School of Journalism. Nearly 30 students and faculty collaborated on the … Continued

Christie Megura, BJ ’12, Earns Fourth Place, Wins $1,000 Scholarship for Feature Writing in Hearst Journalism Award Program

‘The Ongoing Aftermath’ Focuses on Challenges of the Mental Health System By Gwen Girsdansky Master’s Student Columbia, Mo. (Dec. 7, 2012) — Christie Megura, BJ ’12, won fourth place for feature writing in the William Randolph Hearst Foundation‘s Journalism Awards Program competition. She will receive a $1,000 scholarship for her winning article, “The Ongoing Aftermath.” … Continued

Three Missouri School of Journalism Students Receive College Photographer of the Year Awards

The International Contest Drew More Than 14,000 Entries from 17 Countries By Celia Darrough Columbia, Mo. (Dec. 6, 2012) — Three Missouri School of Journalism students – Stuart Palley, Benjamin Hoste and Grant Hindsley – placed in the 2012 College Photographer of the Year competition. Palley received a silver in the interpretive-project category for his collection of … Continued

Program on Media Literacy and New Technologies to Be Offered on Thursday, Nov. 29

Renowned Photographer Ed Kashi Will Present ‘Canon U.S.A. Visual Impact: The Documentary Experiment’ Columbia, Mo. (Nov. 27, 2012) — A presentation on media literacy and how new technologies are changing the use of still and video photography within the social documentary field will be presented at 6:30 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 29, in the Fred W. … Continued

Missouri Photojournalism Master’s Students and Faculty Publish Book on Clinton, Mo., as Part of the Missouri Photo Workshop

‘Clinton: Stories of Life in Missouri’s Golden Valley’ Highlights the Town’s Heritage, History and Culture Columbia, Mo. (Oct. 23, 2012) — A new book, “Clinton: Stories of Life in Missouri’s Golden Valley,” highlights the heritage, history and culture of this community situated in the western part of the state. A part of the Missouri Photo … Continued

Pulitzer Prize-Winning Exhibit Now on Display at the School

Photojournalist Kim Komenich, MA ’07, to Discuss ‘Revolution Revisited’ on Sept. 21 By Chantel O’Neal Master’s Student Columbia, Mo. (Sept. 10, 2012) — “Revolution Revisited: The Philippine People Power Revolution Then and Now,” the Pulitzer Prize-winning work by Kim Komenich, MA ’07, is now on display in two locations at the Missouri School of Journalism. … Continued

School’s Photojournalists Win Third Place in ‘Best Use of Photography’ National Competition

Columbia, Mo. (Sept. 5, 2012) — A story and photographs by Missouri School of Journalism photojournalism student Nick Agro, with help from photo editor Ally Appelbaum and page designer Jason Brynsvold, earned third place in the “Picture Page” category of the quarterly National Press Photographers Association competition. The contest evaluates newspaper clips and is judged … Continued