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  • School of Journalism and Mass Communication
    positions in communications or faculty posts at universities our students make their mark on the field and the world Buy ED Drugs from Australia http edinaustralia com Apoteket Sverige Säljes Viagra View youtube video goodrx review Learn about Career Services Explore Research Centers and Groups HEADLINES On December 4 SJMC Presents Preston Colloquium Featuring Cabral Bigman IVAN L PRESTON RESEARCH COLLOQUIUM Health Inequalities Reporting Risks Exploring Consequences Friday December 4 2015 3 00 PM Room 5055 Ralph O Nafziger Conference Room 821 University Avenue Madison WI This event is free More ESPN s Katz on his path from UW and how to make it in journalism ESPN reporter Andy Katz speaks to students in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication on Wednesday November 4 2015 Katz shared advice and experiences from his career which has included stints More On November 20 SJMC Presents Preston Colloquium Featuring Erika Franklin Fowler IVAN L PRESTON RESEARCH COLLOQUIUM Media the Politics of Implementation Competing Interests News Coverage and Complexity in Affordable Care Act Messaging Friday November 20 2015 3 00 PM Room 5055 Ralph O Nafziger Conference More Radiolab s Soren Wheeler to be fall Science Writer in Residence Soren Wheeler an author and senior editor at Radiolab has been named UW Madison s fall 2015 Science Writer in Residence Wheeler serves as producer editor and reporter of the wildly popular two time Peabody More More news MAKE A GIFT Your generous donation to our Annual Fund helps to support our research teaching and service mission Thank you EVENTS Events 12 04 15 Preston Research Colloquium with Cabral Bigman Health Inequalities Reporting Risks Exploring Consequences 12 08 15 PRSSA Meeting Public Relations Student Society of America 12 08 15 Ad Club Creative and General Meeting Igniting Passion for Strategic Communication More events PUBLICATIONS

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  • About | School of Journalism and Mass Communication
    About As one of the oldest journalism programs in the nation the University of Wisconsin Madison School of Journalism Mass Communication also stands as one of the best We believe that professional communication education should be grounded in a deep foundation of liberal arts education and that to graduate leaders we must prepare our students not just for the jobs and industries of today but for the ever changing mass

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  • Undergraduate | School of Journalism and Mass Communication
    Journalism and Mass Communication established in 1905 offers programs that combine an excellent liberal arts education with a curriculum that focuses on skills over medium thereby providing students with a greater range of abilities and preparing them for the changing face of communications PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS SJMC Eligibility Advice for Freshmen Advice for Transfer Students Pursuing a Double Major Visiting Campus Advising Information CURRENT STUDENTS Degree Requirements Program Information Course Descriptions

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  • Graduate | School of Journalism and Mass Communication
    as they prepare for careers as university teachers and researchers or professional communicators The School of Journalism and Mass Communication is internationally recognized in several areas of research and teaching including civic and political communication health environmental and science communication history of media institutions information technologies social networking and digital media international inter cultural and intra cultural communication law and ethics of media processes and effects of mediated communication Graduate students in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication have the opportunity to collaborate with faculty members who are among the most prolific and most frequently cited researchers in the world and be part of a student community that has been among the most productive among their peers at other mass communication programs The School of Journalism and Mass Communication offers a Ph D in Mass Communication jointly administered with the Department of Life Sciences Communication a Research M A and a Professional M A The degree programs are flexible and well rounded providing breadth and depth There are no specific course requirements for doctoral students and they can develop programs to meet specific research interests For M A students there are minimal requirements but plenty of opportunity to develop

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  • People | School of Journalism and Mass Communication
    professionally consult with public and private sector organizations and share their insights in the classroom These same faculty members work closely with graduate students with the goal of creating stewards of the field future faculty who understand their area s history and place within the broader intellectual landscape of communications so they can effectively share research based insights to constituents in and out of academics SJMC faculty are internationally recognized

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  • Alumni & Friends | School of Journalism and Mass Communication
    open to alumni From résumé consultation to news and events posted on the School s website alumni are encouraged to maintain their connections to one another to up and coming graduates and to the faculty and staff who nurtured their education Friends of the School The School also proudly calls many generous individuals friends and supporters These men and women are interested in both furthering the education of young journalists and supporting the faculty and graduate level research that sets our institution apart from other journalism schools The importance of their contributions to the intellectual life of the School cannot be overlooked Get Involved Alumni and friends have many opportunities to get involved in the life of the J School and the future of our students We welcome alumni who are willing to serve as student contacts and career related mentors for current undergraduate and graduate students who seek internships or career guidance Friends of the school also may wish to share their expertise by talking to student groups giving a class lecture or sharing their ideas with the SJMC s faculty staff and students If you would like to make a more significant time commitment the School of Journalism

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  • Career Services | School of Journalism and Mass Communication
    are searching for an internship job and or resources this office can help you plan your path to your future Start early as the earlier you start the more successful you will be with the process Getting a degree from UW Madison is only one part of the employment puzzle Statistically students who complete one or more internships during the course of their college career are more likely to find employment in their chosen field after graduation We encourage students to seek internships early and often as your hands on job knowledge and information will be useful when determining next steps See where our students interned over the Summer of 2015 The good news is that all of your hard work as an intern will pay off when you hit the job market and look for your first real job post graduation Our students do extremely well on the job market and most who are not going on to graduate school or other opportunities find employment in their chosen area within six months of graduation See where our May 2015 graduates are today this survey was sent to students in June July some students are still seeking employment We offer

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  • Headlines | School of Journalism and Mass Communication
    shared advice and experiences from his career which has included stints More On November 20 SJMC Presents Preston Colloquium Featuring Erika Franklin Fowler November 11 2015 IVAN L PRESTON RESEARCH COLLOQUIUM Media the Politics of Implementation Competing Interests News Coverage and Complexity in Affordable Care Act Messaging Friday November 20 2015 3 00 PM Room 5055 Ralph O Nafziger Conference More Radiolab s Soren Wheeler to be fall Science Writer in Residence November 9 2015 Soren Wheeler an author and senior editor at Radiolab has been named UW Madison s fall 2015 Science Writer in Residence Wheeler serves as producer editor and reporter of the wildly popular two time Peabody More Two PhD candidates win Election Research Center funding competition September 23 2015 Megan Duncan and David Coppini Ph D candidates in SJMC were awarded funding in the inaugural Research Project Funding Competition by UW Madison s Election Research Center The competition was open to graduate students from all More Graduate Students Take Home Top Paper Awards at Annual Journalism Conference August 13 2015 Journalism and Mass Communication faculty members and graduate students showcased their latest research at the annual conference for the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Among the department s 15 peer reviewed More SJMC researcher will create tool for tracking election ads July 23 2015 Young Mie Kim an associate professor in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication has been awarded a Knight Foundation grant for media innovation promoting election communications and civic engagement during 2016 More Meet some of our 2015 Graduates June 24 2015 Download the following PowerPoint to meet some of our 2015 graduates and learn about awards received by students and SJMC s world class faculty and staff Students will share one thing they learned in J School More

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