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Faculty and graduate students present at AEJMC conference

Faculty and grad students from the William Allen White School of Journalism and Mass Communications are presenting their research and projects at the AEJMC conference in Detroit.

J-School launches Media Arts and Production concentration

The School of Journalism & Mass Communications is adding a third concentration this fall focusing on creative media and content creation.

J-School alumni are visiting professionals this fall

Gerald Seib will serve as Fall Dole Fellow at the Dole Institute, and Barbara Rosewicz will be a Hearst Visiting Professional in Residence at the J-School.

KU marketing students help expand teen crisis and suicide prevention program

Students in Professor Angie Hendershot’s class created materials to promote a suicide prevention program, including a series of informative videos and toolkits.

Study recommends how to prevent 'weaponizing' Title IX to cover up sexual assault

Researchers say journalists have options to ensure their reporting on sexual assault or harassment is not stifled.

Study finds conversion messages effective in reaching vaccine-hesitant populations

KU journalism professor documenting project to revive Pawnee varieties of corn

KU leading project to test new business model for rural, weekly newspapers

Book outlines how Historically Black Colleges and Universities weather accreditation, pandemic budget challenges

KU journalism partnering on 'Good Morning Indian Country,' providing news for indigenous communities

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