Student Journalists Don Lab Coats to Learn Intricacies of Scientific Experiments

A Better Understanding of the Research Process Might Result in Better News Stories About Scientific Findings Columbia, Mo. (June 2, 2014) — For six students at the Missouri School of Journalism, working in a science lab felt about as foreign as landing on Mars. Instead, writing, editing and staying up-to-date with current events were their … Continued

Students Immerse Themselves in Science Journalism at National Conference

The American Association for the Advancement of Science Meeting Is One of the World’s Largest Scientific Meetings Chicago (April 22, 2014) — A shortage of transplant organs. The mysteries of hyena scent. Perilous times for polar bears. These are just a few of the topics that four Missouri School of Journalism students explored at the … Continued

Applications for the Summer Smith/Patterson Fellowship Are Now 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. (Jan. 21, 2014) — The Health Communication Research Center (HCRC) 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 … Continued