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Benson to discuss new play

Published Date:February 27, 2015

“Holocaust and Memory: The Power of the Intimate Story in Our Search for Meaning”

Published Date: February 27, 2015


Alumni receive George Polk Awards

Published Date:February 20, 2015

Two University of Illinois alumni have received The George Polk Award for Local Reporting.

Published Date: February 20, 2015


A continued legacy: Revisiting “In Whose Honor?”

Published Date:February 13, 2015

Imagine this: your film is presented as part of this year’s Super Bowl week activities in Phoenix. Then it’s added to the website of legendary journalist and PBS icon Bill Moyers. For many filmmakers, that could easily be the pinnacle of their careers. But for local documentary filmmaker and University of Illinois Media & Cinema Studies professor Jay Rosenstein, it’s just the latest chapter in the continuing saga of his 18-year-old groundbreaking film about American Indian sports mascots, “In Whose Honor?”.

Published Date: February 13, 2015


Connecting Students & Alumni in the Windy City

Published Date:February 13, 2015

On January 13, 2015, College of Media Career Services hosted an event in Chicago - Connecting Students & Alumni in the Windy City. The day was filled with panel discussions and advice on careers, networking and more.

Published Date: February 13, 2015


There have been a lot of cats in The New York Times, and not all just for fun

Published Date:February 3, 2015

The cute cat video seems to be everywhere online, and it’s become a handy epithet for everything that journalism should not be. So what should we make of the fact that The New York Times, that paragon of journalism, has written a lot about cats over 140 years?

Published Date: February 3, 2015


Advertising study among most downloaded articles published by journal

Published Date:February 2, 2015

‘Doing it all: An exploratory study of predictors of media multitasking’, published in Journal of Interactive Advertising has been included in an online article collection featuring the most downloaded articles published in Routledge Social Sciences journals in 2014.

Published Date: February 2, 2015


Collins named ACC Women’s Basketball Legend

Published Date:February 2, 2015

The Atlantic Coast Conference announced its 11th annual class of ACC Women's Basketball Legends presented by New York Life. Dr. Janice Collins, Assistant Professor of Journalism, is among the honorees.

Published Date: February 2, 2015


Collins’ paper among top submissions at conference

Published Date:February 2, 2015

Dr. Janice Collins, Assistant Professor of Journalism, will present her paper, From the Classroom to the Newsroom: Are we training them to be Leaders, at the Broadcast Education Association Convention in April.

Published Date: February 2, 2015


Rosenstein documentary streaming on billmoyers.com

Published Date:February 2, 2015

Jay Rosenstein's documentary about American Indian sports mascots, "In Whose Honor?”, is currently being featured on the website of legendary American journalist Bill Moyers.

Published Date: February 2, 2015


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