92%
of Journalism/PR graduates who are satisfied with their experience in the department
25:1
student to faculty ratio
85%
of Journalism/PR students who are employed six months after graduation
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Grace Wesoloski selected as SBS Senior Speaker

Journalism and Legal Studies double major Grace Wesoloski was selected as the student speaker for the SBS Senior Celebration on May 18. Wesoloski joins Tanyi Muanya as one of two Journalism majors who were selected to serve as student speakers during the Class of 2024's commencement festivities.

 

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Tanyi Muanya named Commonwealth Honors College student speaker

Journalism and Political Science double major Tanyi Muanya was named the Commonwealth Honors College's student speaker. Muanya joins Grace Wesoloski as one of two Journalism majors who were selected to serve as student speakers during the Class of 2024's commencement festivities.

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15 students named scholarship recipients

The Department of Journalism recently announced its winners for the 2024 Journalism scholarships.

Resiliency Lands International Journalism Student Karan Chaudhary an NPR Internship

“I was mentored in a way that helped me be myself and to believe that my voice matters. There’s no story that’s too big or too small. If you are curious and have the drive to get it published, you will succeed. One article matters, no matter where it’s published,”

Karan Chaudhary
2023
Content Operations intern, National Public Radio
Karan Chaudhary
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Welcome from the Chair

"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."

Rodrigo Zamith
Department Chair