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- Associate Dean Julian Parrott and academic advisor Trent Nelson presented a poster session on their recent research study at the National Academic Advising Association’s National Conference in Minneapolis.
- Professor Jay Rosenstein and his seminal documentary about American Indian sports mascots "In Whose Honor?" are featured in a new book, "Native Americans On Film: Conversations, Teaching, and Theory."
- University of Illinois broadcast journalism students won four Student Silver Dome Awards at the Illinois Broadcasters Association's student conference.
- As part of the Homecoming 2014 celebrations the College of Media will welcome back two alumni as official Illini Comebacks guests.
- Professor Jay Rosenstein's groundbreaking 1997 documentary "In Whose Honor?" will be the center of offensive team nickname events at the University of Minnesota.
- University of Illinois broadcast journalism students received a 2014 Crystal Pillar Award from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Mid-America region at the Mid-America Gala held September 27, 2014 in Kansas City.
- The Globe and Mail, Canada’s “newspaper of record,” has published a multimedia story produced by College of Media Journalism student Anna Hecht.
- Assistant Professor of Journalism Charles Ledford led a class that created the mobile app "Virtual Dugout,”which allows fans to follow the university’s baseball team.
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