Sixteen students in the Writing for Public Relations course revive the Alumni Spotlight series.
Visit our back-to-school quick links page to hit the ground running.
Lamothe is a reporter covering the Pentagon and the U.S. military for The Washinton Post.
Learn more about UMass Journalism by taking this interactive tour.
Would you like to be Journalism’s speaker for the 2019 SBS Senior Celebration in May? If so, please submit a 250-word, double-spaced speech in a Word document to Sarah Corso. Your speech should engage what Journalism has meant to you and why journalism matters.
Are you looking for advice on applying for internships or getting ready for a job search this summer? Book an appointment online with internship coordinator B.J. Roche.
Kathy Forde and journalism students Ethan Bakuli and Natalie DiDomenico researched and wrote about the history of Henry W. Grady, an editor who used his newspaper to build a white supremacist political economy & social order across the south.
Senior Alvin Buyinza was selected to participate in the 2019 Politico Journalism Institute. The 10-day institute provides hands-on training to students interested in covering goverment and politics.
Senior journalism major Ethan Bakuli was one of five students selected for ProPublica's Emerging Reporters Program from across the nation.
"We draw on proud journalistic traditions so our students can tell the stories of our community bravely, ethically and creatively."