11 Graduate Students Receive $3,000 White House Correspondents’ Association Scholarships

The Group Was Honored by Top Journalists and Other Dignitaries at the Organization’s Annual Dinner Washington (June 5, 2017) — Eleven Missouri School of Journalism graduate students, selected as White House Correspondents’ Association scholarship recipients, received a $3,000 grant to study in Washington, D.C., during the 2016-17 academic year. They and the 13 other recipients … Continued

6 Missouri Journalism Students Win Dow Jones News Fund Internships

The Program Includes a Paid Summer Internship and $1,000 Scholarship for Returning Students Princeton, N.J. (May 18, 2017) — Six Missouri School of Journalism students are among the 85 undergraduate and graduate students who have won a nationwide competition for prestigious Dow Jones News Fund data and business internships for this summer. They will work … Continued

Kara Tabor Wins 2017 Google News Lab Fellowship

She Is One of Eight Students Selected Nationally; Will Serve as an Intern with the Center for Investigative Reporting By Yue Tang Columbia, Mo. (March 23, 2017) — Missouri School of Journalism master’s student Kara Tabor is one of eight students from across the country to be chosen for the highly selective 2017 Google News … Continued

2 Master’s Students Selected for Dow Jones News Fund Data Journalism Program

School, Investigative Reporters and Editors to Serve as National Training Site for Summer Interns By Yue Tang Columbia, Mo. (March. 9, 2017) — Two Missouri School of Journalism master’s students have been selected for Dow Jones News Fund summer internships. They are among 18 students who will work as data journalists in newsrooms across the … Continued

Mark Horvit to Lead School’s State Government Reporting Program

He Will Create a New Model for Statehouse Coverage, Involve School’s 7 Professional Newsrooms Columbia, Mo. (March 24, 2016) — Dean David Kurpius has named Associate Professor Mark Horvit to lead the School’s State Government Reporting Program in Jefferson City, effective Aug. 15. He succeeds Phill Brooks, who directed the program from 1972 until his … Continued

Investigative Reporting Students Produce 50-Plus Stories for KOMU-TV

Columbia, Mo. (July 22, 2015) — When KOMU-TV sports reporters Jay Wallis and Morgan Uber graduated from the Missouri School of Journalism in May, their portfolios included an investigative report that had gained national attention. The story started with the two television journalism seniors looking at how a new football stadium might help St. Louis … Continued