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University of Arkansas Journalism Students Honored in National Investigation of Homelessness
The Investigative Reporters and Editors nonprofit has honored students in the School of Journalism and Strategic Media and six other colleges for their work on a national investigation of homelessness.
The Future of Student Media with Tevin Wooten and Sue Walk Burnett
"The Future of Student Media" will begin at noon Thursday, April 8, and features alumni Sue Walk Burnett, president of Burnett Specialists, and Tevin Wooten, meteorologist at The Weather Channel.
Join the School of Journalism and Strategic Media for J-Days 2021
Journalism Days will include lectures, a panel discussing growth of student media on campus, a scholarship reception and visiting dignitaries this week.
Journalism Historian Kathy Roberts Forde to Deliver 2021 Roy Reed Lecture
Kathy Roberts Forde, professor at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and one of the nation's top journalism historians, will deliver the 2021 Roy Reed Lecture at 6 p.m., Wednesday, April 7, via Zoom.
All Are Invited to Virtual Panel Discussion About Freedom of Expression on March 29
U of A students, faculty and staff and the local community are invited to attend a virtual panel discussion on the First Amendment and freedom of expression on March 29 at 7 p.m. via Zoom.
University of Arkansas Humanities Center Announces Spring Funding Awardees
The U of A Humanities Center is happy to announce the selection of recipients for its spring funding competitions, including consultant funds, outreach incentive funds and publishing subventions.
Journalism Students Present at International Data Journalism Conference
Students Mary Hennigan and Katy Seiterand joined assistant professor Rob Wells to discuss the evolution of Arkansascovid.com at the international Computational and Journalism Symposium.
Call for Proposals: The Whiting Foundation Public Engagement Fellowship & Seed Grant
The University of Arkansas Humanities Center invites proposals from humanities faculty for the Whiting Foundation Public Engagement Fellowship and Seed Grant competition. Apply by May 15.
Two Journalists Named as Center for Ethics in Journalism Visiting Distinguished Professors
Allison Herrera, a reporter and producer for KOSU's Indigenous Affairs desk, and T.J. Holmes, co-anchor of ABC News GMA3, will serve as visiting distinguished professors this year.
School of Journalism Seeks Participants in Study on Drug-Addiction Rehabilitation and Recovery in Arkansas
Participants must be aged 18 or over and must have recovered from or are currently recovering from a drug addiction in Arkansas.