MOJO Ad Students Visit 8 Minneapolis Advertising Agencies and Media Companies

The Group Shared Insights about 13- to 17-Year-Olds in the ‘State of the Next YAYA’ Presentation By Sam Presperin Public Relations Account Executive MOJO Ad Columbia, Mo. (March 12, 2013) — Twelve MOJO Ad students from the Missouri School of Journalism recently visited eight Minneapolis advertising agencies and media companies to learn more about the … Continued

Missouri Journalism Professor and Alumna Among 8 Named to Media Diversity Forum

Debra Mason and Tracy Everbach, PhD ’04, Will Help Improve Access to Research Columbia, Mo. (March 6, 2013) — Missouri School of Journalism professor Debra Mason and Tracy Everbach, PhD ’04, are two of eight national scholars to be named to the Media Diversity Forum, a national website dedicated to providing research results and news … Continued

Jessica Pupovac, MA ’12, Reworks Master’s Project for The Crime Report

The Article Focuses on News Media Access to Prisons By Erik Hall Columbia, Mo. (March 6, 2013) — Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn’s decision to ban journalists from the state’s prisons provided timeliness for Jessica Pupovac, MA ’12, to rework her Missouri School of Journalism master’s project about news media access to prisons into a 2,000-word … Continued

Students and Recruiters Connect at Annual Strategic Communication Career Fair

A Record 42 Companies Look to the Missouri School of Journalism for Talent and Expertise By Marissa Ferri Public Relations Account Executive MOJO Ad Columbia, Mo. (Feb. 27, 2013) — A record number of 42 companies interviewed more than 300 students for internships and full-time job opportunities at this year’s Strategic Communication Career Fair. The … Continued

3 Missouri Graduate Students Were Among 14 Aspiring Journalists to Study Foreign Media in Berlin

The ‘Young Journalists in Germany’ Program Was Hosted by the German Embassy Columbia, Mo. (Feb. 6, 2013) — Master’s students Jon McClure and Meredith Turk along with Eric Holmberg, MA ’12, participated in the “Young Journalists in Germany” program during the fall 2012 semester. They were among 14 aspiring journalists from around the nation selected … Continued

Josh Barone, BJ ’12, Places in Top 10 of Hearst Journalism Program’s Enterprise Reporting Competition

By Celia Darrough Columbia, Mo. (Feb. 4, 2013) — Missouri School of Journalism alumnus Josh Barone placed in the top 10 of the enterprise reporting category of the 53rd annual William Randolph Hearst Foundation‘s Journalism Awards Program. Barone, BJ ’12, who received ninth place, competed with more than 90 other students from 52 universities. His … Continued