ESPN writer Katie Barnes will discuss their new book about the controversy surrounding trans athletes with ESPN’s Jena Janovy.
Dr. Thomas Gardner discusses the brutal incarceration of Johnny ‘Imani’ Harris on Oct. 4.
Rodrigo Zamith welcomes all new and returning students and wishes them a great year.
Kathy Roberts Forde was a recipient of the 2023 SBS Outstanding Research Award.
Read how Karan Chaudhary's determination and focus secured him an NPR internship.
Join us on Thursday, October 5 in the Journalism Hub (4th floor of the Integrative Learning Center) to hear ESPN writer Katie Barnes discuss their new book “Fair Play: How Sports Shape the Gender Debates” with ESPN’s Jena Janovy.
On Wednesday, October 4, from 4-6 p.m., the UMass Amherst Libraries will present the 13th Social Change Colloquium: "Fighting Legal Lynching in the South: The Alabama Case of Johnny 'Imani' Harris." Dr. Tom Gardner will present a talk and moderated discussion of the history of the case.
Journalism Professor Kathy Roberts Forde was a recipient of the 2023 SBS Outstanding Research Award. Forde was recognized for her scholarly accomplishments, and in particular her co-edited book, Journalism and Jim Crow.
Our Senior Spotlight features international journalism student Karan Chaudhary, whose resiliency landed him an NPR internship in Washington D.C.
Professor Karen List retired this past May after teaching for 35 years. With over three decades in the classroom, Professor List won multiple teaching awards, served as Department Chair for nine years, and mentored generations of students.
"Our department is dedicated to equipping undergraduate students with strong multimedia production skills, the ability to think critically and the capacity to serve as a force for responsibly telling stories that advance the public good."
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