Join Assistant Professor Kelsey Whipple and seven other scholars as they share their research in just two minutes each.
Hear what's on the minds of student sports journalists and stay current on professional and collegiate level sports.
The tentative Spring 2021 course offerings are now available, but are subject to change.
Students with a PR concentration now have access to the UMass Amherst Library PR Subject Guide for useful online resources relevant to the industry.
Assistant Professor Kelsey Whipple will discuss the role of politics and cancel culture in entertainment journalism in her presentation, "When Everyone's a Critic: Constructing Authority and Identity in Cultural Journalism." RSVP to attend.
As part of the Sports Broadcasting class, student teams will host live call-in sports talk shows on Facebook. Expect everything from hot takes to cold takes, trade talks to coaching changes, best plays to worst plays. Join the conversation and voice your opinion by calling in.
Be sure to book your advising appointment early to avoid the rush during registration season. Advisors can assist you in choosing classes for the upcoming Spring semester. Use Navigate to book a virtual appointment with advisor John Ciampa if your last name starts with A - K and Beth Wallace if your last name starts with L - Z.
For students looking to join the journalism major, click here for the application.
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