Meet the class of '99 alum, right, whose reporting has won three Emmy awards.
Investigative Journalism students Kayla Marchetti and Eric Bosco publish a front-page article in the Boston Globe.
The Journalism Department is hiring a tenure-track professor and a faculty advisor / lecturer.
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The Journalism Department is hiring two new colleagues: a tenure-track professor and a faculty advisor / lecturer. Those interested in applying to either position can do so online through UMass Amherst Human Resources.
Investigative Journalism students Kayla Marchetti, class of '14, and Eric Bosco, class of '15, published a front-page piece in the Boston Globe investigating the use of confidential informants on campus.
Award-winning prison journalist Wilbert Rideau will give a talk entitled "Can a Free Press Flourish Behind Bars?" at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 5, in the Cape Cod Lounge.
Journalism majors studying abroad during the Spring 2015 semester can apply for a $1,000 SBS Spring Study Abroad Scholarship. The application deadline is November 12, 2014.
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