As Missouri adopts stay-at-home orders, MU makes major changes to recruitment.
MU Journalism students were given the opportunity to assist small-town newsrooms with multimedia and social media presence.
After a long and fruitful career in journalism and as a professor, Mark Hinojosa dies after an eight year battle with cancer.
After a 36-year career in broadcast journalism and many years of work at MU, PBS NewsHour anchor Jim Lehrer died in his home on Jan. 23.
Jon Cohen battles with the good and bad applications of gene editing technology in a visiting lecture series at MU.
The medalists shared their experiences and struggles while pursuing a career in media.
The money was given by 1974 MU graduate David Novak, co-founder and former CEO of Yum! Brands.
Executive Director Ron Kelley: “Some of the data shows that the first two years are the toughest part, especially for minority graduates.”
The $1 million estate gift comes from alum Timothy Blair.
The former LSU administrator will start at MU on July 1 with a base salary of $240,000.
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.
Faculty Council committee was established at Jan. 22 meeting to address race-related issues at MU.
The donation from Walter B. Potter, Jr. will fund a conference on community journalism.
The purchase would allow KBIA to become a nearly all-news station.
The school will receive the donation in 2021 after the foundation closes in 2017.
Two of the station’s on-air staff, Jim Riek and Rosie Newberry, each won awards in addition to the two awarded to the station.
McReynolds advised thousands of journalism students, many of whom have moved onto professional journalism.