Associate Professor Holly Higginbotham awarded the McIntyre Professorship for Teaching Excellence

The award comes with a $10,000 salary supplement for next academic year. Columbia, Mo. (May 14, 2021) — Associate Professor Holly Higginbotham is the 2021 recipient  of the Missouri School of Journalism’s O.O. McIntyre Professorship. The award recognizes teaching excellence and comes with a $10,000 salary supplement for the 2021-22 academic year. Higginbotham teaches strategic communication courses … Continued

Missouri School of Journalism students elected MSA President and Vice President

Juniors Landon Brickey and Emily Smith were inaugurated on April 6; they plan to use their strategic communication skills to convey what resources MSA has at its disposal. By Abby Werner Columbia, Mo. (May 11, 2021) — Two Missouri School of Journalism students  have been elected to lead the University of Missouri student body. Juniors … Continued

The coronavirus pandemic creates opportunities for School of Journalism AdZou capstone class innovation

By Zach Taylor Columbia, Mo. (May 5, 2020) — The Missouri School of Journalism students aren’t the only ones learning — its professors are learning, too. Todd Fuller, adjunct professor, prefers to teach in-person. He teaches graduating seniors taking the School’s capstone course AdZou, where they work in small teams to bring fresh perspectives to their … Continued

Meet School of Journalism’s newest Strategic Communication faculty member

By Zach Taylor Columbia, Mo. (Feb. 24, 2021) — For the School of Journalism’s newest Strategic Communication professor — who also doubles as the University of Missouri assistant vice chancellor for research, engagement and extension — it all started with Indiana Jones.  The fictional professor of archaeology inspired Dr. Susan Renoe (BA ‘97, MA ‘99) … Continued

J-School Strategic Communication senior named one of the nation’s 50 most promising multicultural students 

By Zach Taylor Columbia, Mo. (Feb. 22, 2020) — One strategic communication student has plans to change the world, and she’s off to a good start. Mikaela Ashley, BJ ‘21, recently attended the American Advertising Federation’s (AAF) Most Promising Multicultural Students Program, which annually awards 50 of the nation’s best advertising talent with the networking … Continued