Journalism School to Host Journalist and Author Lisa Palmer

Drawing on Her Global Reporting, Palmer Will Discuss the Future of Food Security and Sustainable Food Systems Columbia, Mo. (April 9, 2019) — The Missouri School of Journalism will welcome journalist and author Lisa Palmer on Thursday, April 25 at 6 p.m. in Fisher Auditorium, 88 Gannett Hall on the University of Missouri Columbia campus. … Continued

Goldberg Lecturer to Examine Communications Between Patients and Their Doctors

The Wednesday, April 26, Presentation Is Free and Open to the Public Columbia, Mo. (March 31, 2017) — New York University School of Medicine associate professor and frequent New York Times contributor Danielle Ofri will explore the critical importance of the doctor-patient conversation as she delivers the 2017 Helen Goldberg Memorial Lecture in Women’s Health. … Continued

New Partnership to Strengthen Science, Health, Environmental Journalism Announced

The School Will Join Forces with the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting in a Multi-Year Program Columbia, Mo. (Jan. 5, 2017) — The Missouri School of Journalism will join forces with the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting to enhance the School’s emphasis on science, health and environmental journalism in a multi-year program. The Smith/Patterson Science … Continued

Science, Environmental Journalism Group to Host National Geographic Speaker

Craig Welch Will Speak on the Impact of Climate Change on the World’s Oceans Compiled by Ashley Szatala Columbia, Mo. (April 18, 2016) — Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter and National Geographic staff writer Craig Welch will visit the University of Missouri on April 27 to present on “Sea Change,” his award-winning multimedia project for the Seattle … Continued

Journalism Students, Faculty Win Health Journalism 2016 Fellowships

Participation Reflects Growing Interest in Health, Science and Public Policy Cleveland (April 12, 2016) — Among the more than 600 attendees at Health Journalism 2016 over the past week in Cleveland, Ohio, were five Missouri School of Journalism students and seven on-campus professionals. Ten won fellowships to the annual conference of the Association of Health … Continued

Missouri Journalism Students to Attend DC Global Science Conference

American Association for the Advancement of Science Provides Networking, News Coverage Opportunities By Ashley Szatala Columbia, Mo. (Feb. 9, 2016) – Six Missouri School of Journalism students and one University of Missouri chemistry major will attend the American Association for the Advancement of Science conference, held Feb. 11-15 in Washington, D.C. This is the third … Continued

Missouri School of Journalism Offers Nuclear Energy Workshop to Journalists

By Katherine Hambrick Columbia, Mo. (Jan. 27, 2016) — More than 20 professional journalists from around the country and five Missouri journalism students will attend a nuclear energy workshop at the Missouri School of Journalism Jan. 28-29. “The Promise & Perils of Nuclear Energy: A Workshop for Journalists” is aimed at educating journalists and journalism … Continued

Caleb O’Brien Wins the Don Romero Prize for Magazine Writing

Judges Say O’Brien Fuses Lyrical Writing with Vigorous Reporting Columbia, Mo. (April 30, 2015) — Missouri School of Journalism graduate student Caleb O’Brien is the winner of the 2015 Don Romero Prize for outstanding magazine writing. The prize was established in honor of Don Romero, a former magazine professor at the Missouri School of Journalism, by … Continued

Summer Smith/Patterson Fellowship Applications Are Being Accepted

The Fellowship Is Open to Any U.S.-Based Master’s Student Interested in Science Journalism or a Health Communication-Related Field Columbia, Mo. (Dec. 29, 2014) — The Health Communication Research Center at the Missouri School of Journalism is accepting applications for the summer Smith/Patterson Fellowship. The Fellowship is open to any U.S.-based master’s student interested in science … Continued

5 Students Cover Politics, Science of Hunger at World Food Prize Meeting

The Experience Included Interviews with Global Leaders and Government Officials Columbia, Mo. (Oct. 24, 2014) — Students from the Missouri School of Journalism and College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources teamed up Oct. 7-10 to cover the politics, science and human aspects behind global hunger at the annual World Food Prize/Borlaug Dialogues in Des … Continued