Undergraduate Advisor Urska Lenart Wins Advising Forum Shout Out Award for May

The Campus-Wide Award Recognizes Efforts to Help Students Achieve Their Academic Goals Columbia, Mo. (May 15, 2014) — Missouri School of Journalism academic advisor Urska Lenart is the winner of the Shout Out Award for May. The University of Missouri Advisors Forum sponsors the Shout Out Award. It was first presented in December 2010, is … Continued

Senior Academic Advisor Jill McReynolds Retires After 36 Years at MU

She Has Advised Tens of Thousands of Students During Her Time at the Missouri School of Journalism By Rebecca Dell Columbia, Mo. (May 14, 2014) — Jill McReynolds, senior academic advisor, is retiring after 36 years at the University of Missouri. Twenty-six of those years were spent in the School of Journalism. “I have thousands … Continued

Warren Mayer Receives the 2013 Amy Lenk Staff Excellence Award

Columbia, Mo. (May 13, 2012) — Warren Mayer, the Web administrator for the Missouri School of Journalism, was named the 2013 recipient of the Amy Lenk Staff Excellence Award during the recognition ceremony held May 10 in the Fred W. Smith Forum of the Reynolds Journalism Institute. Mayer received a $500 cash award and a … Continued

Graduate Academic Adviser Martha Pickens Wins a 2013 Chancellor’s Outstanding Staff Award

Columbia, Mo. (April 11, 2013) — Martha Pickens, an academic adviser in the Graduate Studies office at the Missouri School of Journalism, has won the 2013 Chancellor’s Outstanding Staff Award for her office/secretarial services to the University of Missouri. Chancellor Brady Deaton will recognize Pickens and the other winners in the administrative/professional, technical/paraprofessional and crafts/maintenance … Continued

KBIA-FM Among Select NPR Stations to Participate in Knight Foundation’s National Training Program

Students to Benefit with New Web-based Skills and Digital Techniques By Gwendolyn Girsdansky Master’s Student Columbia, Mo. (March 4, 2013) — KBIA-91.3 FM is one of 10 NPR-member stations selected to participate in an 11-week intensive training program sponsored by the Knight Foundation, and Missouri School of Journalism students are already benefiting from the instruction. … Continued

Project Open Vault Website Offers New Platform for Election Coverage

The Missouri School of Journalism Project Focused on How Political Candidates Spend Money on Advertising By Celia Darrough Master’s Student Columbia, Mo. (Nov. 19, 2012) — A team at the Missouri School of Journalism came together to analyze not only how much money political candidates devote to delivering their messages but also what messages the … Continued