The School of Journalism faculty’s research takes many forms and covers a wide variety of topics in both journalism and strategic communication.
A leader in journalism education and research, the School of Journalism faculty are on the cutting edge of research.
The School has consistently ranked nationally for research publications and submissions. Our faculty and students publish high-impact research in top scholarly publications.
And the School of Journalism is backed by the support of the University of Missouri, a research-intensive university and one of only 34 public U.S. universities selected for membership in the prestigious American Association of Universities (and one of only two Missouri institutions to be selected).
The School of Journalism faculty and students have particular expertise in four evolving research areas:
- Jan 06, 2021: Facebook posts help facilitate belief that HPV vaccine is dangerous to health
- Dec 03, 2020: Explaining science – visually
- Dec 03, 2020: PRIME lab adjusts to continue researching during pandemic
- Oct 08, 2020: Missouri School of Journalism scholar team finds early foreign correspondents often came from socially less advantaged groups
- Sep 16, 2020: COVID-19 is changing how much news people consume. But it’s not changing whether they trust it.
- Jul 30, 2020: Missouri journalism faculty, graduate students and alumni to present 70 papers at AEJMC 2020 virtual conference
- Jul 08, 2020: ‘Anti-vaxxers’ gain traction against HPV vaccine on Facebook, study finds
- Jun 22, 2020: 2016 U.S. presidential election coverage was ‘game changer’ for journalists
- Jun 10, 2020: Killer vaccines? Social media messages influence parents about HPV
- May 29, 2020: Two Missouri School of Journalism Graduate students receive ‘best paper’ at international conference