Missouri Journalism students present 5G solutions to real-world problems for AT&T as part of a multidisciplinary initiative

By Zach Taylor Columbia, Mo. (May 18, 2020) — On May 4, Missouri School of Journalism students, joined by peers from Business, Engineering and Department of Architectural Studies, virtually presented their 5G solutions to real-world problems in front of AT&T executives. These presentations were the product of a semester’s worth of hands-on learning, including a trip … Continued

Challenge Accepted! How to host a Zoom party for your audience.

Missouri School of Journalism students partner with media organizations to solve problems they face. By Grace Huguelet, Anna Sirianni, Chloe Thornberry and Rachel Zalucki Columbia, Mo. (May 11, 2020) — While COVID-19 has made in-person communication difficult, a mostly online world provides an opportunity for media organizations to connect with their audiences like never before. … Continued

The 5G experience: Mizzou partners with AT&T to deliver innovative curriculum to students

Journalism students part of four interdisciplinary teams focused on specific industries to find creative solutions using 5G. Columbia, Mo. (Feb. 27, 2020) — This spring semester, 19 University of Missouri students are participating in a new immersive 5G course in partnership with AT&T. The course will explore the impact of wireless technology on college campuses … Continued

Missouri Students Team Up with Associated Press to Produce Virtual Reality View of the New York City Subway

Columbia, Mo. (March 1, 2016) – A team of three Missouri School of Journalism students – Berkeley Lovelace Jr., Taylor Nakagawa and Haley Reed – went underground to report on a collaborative project with The Associated Press. Students joined forces with the Associated Press through their capstone class in convergence journalism at the School and their … Continued

3 Convergence Students Attend Women’s Hackathon on Immersive Journalism

Sarah Darby’s Team Wins an Honorable Mention for a Virtual Reality Wire Service Concept Columbia, Mo. (Oct. 21, 2015) — Three convergence journalism students attended the Women’s Hackathon on Immersive Journalism Oct. 9-11 at the University of Southern California‘s Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism. With support from the Reynolds Journalism Institute, Sarah Darby, Micheala … Continued

Harsh Taneja Wins International Award for Research on Internet Censorship

The International Communication Association Outstanding Article Award Recognizes Scholarship with Long-term Influence Columbia, Mo. (April 10, 2015) — Missouri School of Journalism Assistant Professor Harsh Taneja with co-author Angela Xiao Wu recently received the International Communication Association (ICA) Outstanding Article Award for their article titled “Does the Great Firewall Really Isolate the Chinese? Integrating Access … Continued

Media Entrepreneur to Open Upcoming Journalism Interactive Conference

Newsy Founder Jim Spencer Will Deliver Remarks on Trends in Video News Consumption, Implications for Journalism Educators Columbia, Mo. (March 31, 2015) — A presentation on the latest trends in video news consumption and their implications for journalism educators will kick off the 4th annual Journalism Interactive conference to be held April 24-25 in Columbia. The … Continued

Technology Sparks Innovation During Costa Rica Study Abroad Trip

The Course Offers Different Challenges and Opportunities for Storytelling Columbia, Mo. (March 16, 2015) — Missouri School of Journalism students brought an array of technologies on a field-reporting trip in January to Costa Rica, where they encountered a smorgasbord of stories and new ways of telling them. The students used infrared imaging, a drone, three-dimensional … Continued

Missouri Students on 3 Hackathon Teams Earn Honorable Mentions

Overall Mission of National Competition Was to Create Projects That Reach Underserved Populations Columbia, Mo. (March 10, 2015) — Three University of Missouri students were a part of teams that received honorable mentions in the second annual MediaShift Journalism School Hackathon The weekend-long event was held at Arizona State University Feb. 27 to March 1. … Continued

Researchers, Columbia Missourian Debut New Form of Online Photography

Junior Tim Tai Used Lytro Illum Technology Prior to SEC Championship Game Columbia, Mo. (Dec. 11, 2014) — The Columbia Missourian took a step into the future of photography this week by putting the readers in charge of a “light field” photo gallery. Light field photography uses the unique Lytro Illum camera to capture everything … Continued