Read about the unique course that had UMass students reporting with Hampshire County Jail students.
Watch senior Stephanie Murray reflect on the opportunities she has had at UMass.
Scholarship applications for UMass Journalism and the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences are now open on Academic Works. Visit our scholarship page for more information on how to enroll and apply in Academic Works.
Last semester, 17 journalism students took "Social Justice Journalism: Mass Incarceration," an advanced writing and reporting course taught by professors Raz Sibii and Shaheen Pasha, with 10 Hampshire County Jail students. Read about the unique course that had UMass students reporting with Hampshire County Jail students.
UMass Amherst Journalism Alumni can now join our LinkedIn alumni group page.
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