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J-School Generations

Mark your calendars!

The William Allen White School of Journalism and Mass Communications will host J-School Generations on Oct. 20-21, 2016. The School of Journalism invites you to return to campus each fall to re-connect with faculty, students and alumni. You can network with tomorrow’s best and brightest students, reminisce with friends at a reception and celebrate your J-School pride on game day.


Become a donor or sponsor

The connection between the J-School and its graduates is special. There are many ways for you to support the school and our students, faculty, and programs while achieving your philanthropic goals. To find out more about giving opportunities for the School of Journalism or to make a donation, click here.


Did you miss J-School Generations last year?

We had a great 2015 J-School Generations event! See who our special alumni guests were this year! See some photos from J-School Generations 2015 by visiting our J-School Generations Facebook page. Learn more about how J-School Generations is special for students and alumni in this YouTube video.


Social media

Facebook: Like our J-School Generations page to get the latest on this year's event plans and to hear from fellow alumni. 
Twitter: @KUJournalism #jschoolgenerations
 

Questions? Contact the School of Journalism at jschool@ku.edu or 785-864-4755.


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