14 Students Honored with SPJ Region 7 Mark of Excellence Awards

The Society of Professional Journalists Mark of Excellence Awards are given for the best in student journalism. This year, several Missouri students received multiple awards. Staff of Vox Magazine Wins Best Student Magazine and Best Affiliated Website Columbia, Mo. (May 10, 2018) — The published work of 14 Missouri School of Journalism students and the … Continued

Down to the Last Detail: Strategic Communication Students Plan Community Event for Vox Magazine

A 14-member student team from instructor Lauren Eisleben’s event planning course took care of all details to host Columbia Grown, selling sponsorships, hiring a chef and collecting donated food from local farmers. By Jennifer Nelson Reynolds Journalism Institute UPDATED April 4, 2018: Due to a forecast of continued cold weather, this event has been moved indoors … Continued

Missourian Wins 57 Awards in Missouri Press Association Contest

Competing with newspapers with a circulation of 5,000 to 15,000, the Columbia Missourian won the coveted Gold Cup award (given for amassing the most points in its class in the competition) for the seventh year in a row. Columbia, Mo. (Oct. 4, 2017) — The Columbia Missourian, including Vox Magazine, won 57 awards at this … Continued

2 Journalism Students Place in Top 20 in the Hearst Personality/Profile Competition

Lauren Puckett and Cassa Niedringhaus The Contest Drew 114 Entries from 62 Schools By Yue Tang San Francisco (May 9, 2017) — The work of two Missouri School of Journalism students placed in the top 20 in the highly competitive personality/profile writing competition of the 2016-17 national Hearst Journalism Awards Program. Senior Lauren Puckett placed 13th … Continued

Missouri Students, Faculty Win Fellowships to Health Journalism Conference

Award-Winning Journalists, Medical Researchers, Top Clinicians and Other Health Professionals Addressed the Group Orlando, Fla. (May 5, 2017) — Among the nearly 700 attendees at Health Journalism 2017 held recently in Orlando, Florida, were 10 Missouri School of Journalism students, four faculty members and three on-campus news professionals. Twelve were on fellowships to the annual … Continued

Missouri School of Journalism Earns National Accreditation

Missouri is one of just a handful of schools that has been continuously accredited since the voluntary self-assessment and external review process began in the late 1940s. Only 113 journalism and mass communication programs in the U.S. are accredited. The Report Noted ‘the School Continues to Be One of the Best Programs in the Country’ … Continued

Magazine Club Visits Top Publications in New York City

Magazine Club students visit the 9/11 memorial (top) and Cosmopolitan magazine during a trip to New York City. Photos: Brittany Emond. The Trip Included a Networking Event with Alumni By Crystal Duan New York (March 27, 2017) — Magazine Club students and professors from the Missouri School of Journalism traveled to New York City to … Continued

2 Journalism Students Rank in Top 4 in the National Hearst Radio Competition

Former KBIA-FM reporter and producer Ryan Levi, left, and current KBIA reporter and anchor Carter Woodiel placed second and fourth, respectively, in the radio broadcast features and news competition of the 2016-17 national Hearst Journalism Awards Program. Missouri Is in First Place in the Intercollegiate Broadcast Competition By Yue Tang San Francisco (March 14, 2017) — … Continued

5 Journalism Undergraduates Win Awards in Visual Art and Design Showcase

The Campus Activity Lets Students Display and Discuss Their Scholarly Work By Yue Tang Columbia, Mo. (Feb. 9, 2017) — Five Missouri School of Journalism documentary journalism students won awards in the second Visual Art and Design Showcase. The Visual Art and Design Showcase is a venue for undergraduates to display and discuss their scholarly … Continued