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 01, 2021: Zach Massey receives grant from Missouri School of Journalism to study cannabis warning labels
- Nov 11, 2021: What people value in digital news
- Nov 05, 2021: Summer fellowships at Missouri School of Journalism offer students from HBCUs a taste of grad school experience
- Oct 27, 2021: Yong Volz wins research grant to study history of Asian American journalists
- Oct 25, 2021: Journalism students encouraged to conduct undergraduate research, explore new opportunities
- Oct 19, 2021: Reynolds Journalism Institute awards funding support to two ongoing faculty research projects
- Sep 27, 2021: Meet new School of Journalism Professor Kate Rose
- Sep 14, 2021: Two Missouri School of Journalism doctoral students win awards at AEJMC
- Sep 09, 2021: School of Journalism Professor Margaret Duffy publishes new book on power of visual communication
- Aug 30, 2021: Missouri School of Journalism helping communities in Africa talk about pesticides, avoid fake news