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:
- Dec 17, 2019: Missouri journalism team helps public health agencies tell stories about opioids, abuse of the drugs
- Nov 15, 2019: Missouri doctoral student studies impact of Chinese anti-corruption movement news on college students
- Nov 06, 2019: Journalism professors equip students with science and information literacy skills
- Nov 04, 2019: Journalism job research finds writing and news judgment still top skills required
- Oct 21, 2019: Missouri School of Journalism Professor Margaret Duffy presents research at Oxford University
- Jul 24, 2019: Missouri Journalism Faculty, Graduate Students and Alumni to Present More Than 60 Papers at AEJMC Conference
- May 29, 2019: More than victims: Migration images provide a chance to tell a greater story
- Apr 16, 2019: Journalism Professor Named Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Advertising
- Sep 06, 2018: Journalism Undergrad Co-Publishes Research in Academic Journal
- Jul 20, 2018: Top Awards and Numerous Paper Presentations Among Missouri’s Highlights at Upcoming Academic Conference