Doctoral fellowships at Missouri School of Journalism open doors to high-impact research

By Austin Fitzgerald COLUMBIA, Mo. (Nov. 8, 2022) — As part of the Missouri School of Journalism’s dedication to accessible and affordable education, a number of doctoral fellowships are available for those looking for a high-impact opportunity to pursue a doctoral degree that takes education beyond the classroom. With full tuition waivers, health insurance and … Continued

Elevating voices

Missouri School of Journalism associate professor travels to the Gulf Coast to research the impact of climate and environmental disasters on marginalized communities and how those events are covered by media.

Gregory Scholars program offers paid research experience at Missouri School of Journalism to students from any school or college at Mizzou

Applications are now open; the deadline to apply is Sept. 10 Columbia, Mo. (August 5, 2022) — Shelly Rodgers, professor and Maxine Wilson Gregory Chair in Journalism Research at the Missouri School of Journalism, is spearheading a new effort to get undergraduate and graduate students involved in research. The Gregory Scholars program is a paid … Continued

Man or machine

Today, AI machines designed to perform the communicator role are generating news content independent of humans. That means AI is the medium and the messenger, giving human journalists a new synthetic partner programmed to aid in news gathering. New study from Missouri School of Journalism finds many Americans are unaware of the role Artificial Intelligence … Continued

Missouri School of Journalism faculty, students, alumni win awards, present work at annual AEJMC conference

By Austin Fitzgerald Columbia, Mo. (July 26, 2022) — Missouri School of Journalism faculty, students and alumni will present 97 peer-reviewed research papers at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication conference, Aug. 3-6. In addition, 61 Missouri journalism scholars will serve as moderators, discussants, and panelists during the four-day conference, the first in-person … Continued

Spring 2022 AdZou students gain hands-on research and advertising campaign development experience

Gregory Scholars team: Top row (left to right): Jami Robben, Emma Grant, Morgan Mizouni, Davin Ahuja, Abby Werner; Bottom row (left to right): Julia Patterson, Gabriella Salinas By Claire Hamlin Columbia, Mo. (July 20, 2022) — More than 100 students at the Missouri School of Journalism gained hands-on experience during their spring semester developing advertising … Continued

Missouri School of Journalism partners with Sinclair School of Nursing to spread facts about COVID-19 vaccines, help nursing students communicate with public

Photo: Ivan Diaz | Unsplash By Austin Fitzgerald Columbia, Mo. (May 7, 2022) — Two researchers at the Missouri School of Journalism partnered over the spring semester with Mizzou’s Sinclair School of Nursing to develop a multifaceted approach to fighting COVID-19 “vaccine hesitancy.” The project involved the creation of a curriculum for nursing students aimed … Continued

Amanda Hinnant advances field of health communication with instincts of an academic, experience of a journalist

As Mizzou’s health research initiatives pick up steam, Hinnant is filling gaps in what we know about effective health messaging By Austin Fitzgerald Columbia, Mo. (May 16, 2022) — Amanda Hinnant, an associate professor at the Missouri School of Journalism, has built her career on studying how journalists communicate health information to the public. But … Continued