Journalism Student One of 20 Undergraduates Selected to Present Research Projects to Missouri State Legislators

Hannah Reese Presents Mobile Application Project at Undergraduate Research Day at the Capitol in Jefferson City By Lauren Elliott Columbia, Mo. (March 19, 2014) — Hannah Reese, a junior dual major in journalism and English, presented her project “Adventures of a Hack: Revitalizing Victorian Literature Through a Mobile Application” at Undergraduate Research Day at the … Continued

A Record Breaker: Missouri School of Journalism Faculty, Students and Alumni Present 114 Papers at International Conference; 11 Earn Top Paper Awards

41 Serve as Moderators, Discussants, Panelists and Workshop Leaders Washington (Aug. 14, 2013) — Missouri School of Journalism faculty, students and alumni presented a record-breaking 114 peer-reviewed research papers – 11 of these earning top research awards – at the recent conference of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication in Washington, D.C. … Continued

Analysis of Recent International Communication Association Program Highlights Exceptional Research Productivity of the School

The Missouri School of Journalism Ranks 8th in Number of Unique Submissions Out of 804 Institutions Columbia, Mo. (Aug. 6, 2013) — The Missouri School of Journalism is among the most productive research programs in the world based on the number of papers presented at the International Communication Association conference held June 17-21 in London. … Continued

Missouri Journalism Students Help Create New App to Find Locally Grown Produce

Interdisciplinary Collaboration among Faculty, Students Led to App’s Development By Jesslyn Chew MU News Bureau Columbia, Mo. (July 9, 2013) — Finding fresh, locally grown fruits and vegetables just got easier, thanks to an app developed by University of Missouri faculty and students. The free app, Seasonal and Simple, helps consumers find, choose, store and … Continued

New Journalism Survey Will Help Evaluate and Teach Teenagers News Literacy

By Nathan Hurst MU News Bureau Columbia, Mo. (May 15, 2013) — A crucial role of journalism is educating the public about important events and issues. However, impactful journalism requires consumers who are “news literate,” meaning they possess the ability to think critically about what they read and watch. Evaluating the level of an individual’s … Continued