This past month, the Missouri Drone Journalism Program officially launched through KBIA in affiliation with the J-School and IT Programs at Mizzou.
Actual. Flying. Drones. Continue reading
In case you’ve been living under a rock for the last year, Mizzou is now in the SEC. While our athletic records may have taken a hit with the move, it’s done nothing to deter our academics (insert tasteless kU joke here).
With that, we thought it would be fun to compare our enrollment and graduation numbers to the other members of the Southeastern Conference. Continue reading
On Feb. 5, David Huebner, the U.S. Ambassador to New Zealand and Samoa (we have one of those?), wrote a blog post for his series on great American universities.
And this particular post was about a Midwestern gem: the University of Missouri.
The 11th installment of his series included a very detailed description of Mizzou and all of the wonderful things within Columbia, per his educational adviser Drew Dumas, a Missouri School of Journalism alum. Continue reading
Indiana University is considering a major change in its journalism program: the convergence of the School of Journalism, Telecommunications Department and the Communication and Culture Department into a single IU school.
This proposal would create what would be called the IU School of Communication, Media, and Journalism (read: the word “journalism” is the Oxford-comma-afterthought of this school’s title). Continue reading