Key changes include fewer emphasis areas, elimination of interest areas and changes to specific courses.
O’Brien has earned two Peabody Awards, several Emmys and the NAACP President’s Award for her groundbreaking news coverage.
From show business to sports to journalism and more, former Tigers represent MU across the country.
Steve Fainaru: “Any information that we can provide that helps other people think about the way they do their jobs, that would be great.”
The organization hopes to collaborate with the Panhellenic Association, the Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention Center, the Women’s Center and the LGBTQ Center.
“This one strike close to home, because the victims look so much like us,” KOMU News Director Randy Reeves said. “We have everything in common with them. It hurts my heart. It’s legitimately scary.”
“Hopefully it’ll trigger other journalism schools and communication programs to look at this as an area of important study,” Blair said.
Many countries across the world try to censor journalistic practices, but in America, we are allowed to report the truth.
The $1 million estate gift comes from alum Timothy Blair.
“It’s a great university with a fantastic school of journalism and wonderful people, and I can’t wait to get there and become part of that culture and do good work,” he said.
The former LSU administrator will start at MU on July 1 with a base salary of $240,000.
“Frame by Frame” will be premiering at SXSW in Austin, Texas on March 15.
MOVE chats with the mag’s CEO (and former MOVE editor) about “Drink Up to Startups!” at Muse Clothing, slated for March 6.
Wasbotten said he admires the ‘Missouri Method,’ but believes more could be added to make the J-School even better.
Kurpius brings administrative experience from the LSU Manship School of Mass Communications.
Duhé is currently director and professor at Loyola University’s School of Mass Communication.
Students will soon be allowed to count up to four additional journalism electives for their degree.
French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo’s building was attacked on Jan. 7.
Steffens, who earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Indiana in 1978, is one of six journalism alumni to receive the award this year.
“Blood Sport” was released in July and has received positive reviews from media outlets like The Washington Post.