Eight months after publishing a special section decrying massive layoffs at The Denver Post and criticizing its owners for losing sight of the paper’s mission, former editorial page editor Chuck Plunkett will be honored by the National Press Club Nov. 29 for igniting a national dialogue about the fate of local journalism.
A native of Colorado Springs, Colorado, Singh is the 20th CU Boulder student, the first CU Boulder woman, and she is among a handful of Sikh-Americans to claim the coveted scholarship. She is the university’s first Rhodes Scholar since 1993.
Senior and Colorado Buffaloes defensive back Nick Fisher (StratComm) has been named a nominee for the Wuerffel Trophy, presented to the Football Bowl Subdivision player who best combines exemplary community service with athletic and academic achievement.
Media Studies Assistant Professor Nathan Schneider envisions a day when the shared ownership model broadly extends to tech platforms such as Twitter, enabling users to have a stake and say in the company.
Hearst Student Journalism Awards are a respected form of recognition for journalism programs at universities across the country. CMCI is ramping up efforts to submit the best work from throughout our college in every category, from writing and photography to broadcast and multimedia.
Join us for the second annual CMCI Sports Media Summit, an event that brings leading sports journalists, public relations executives and marketers to campus to talk about opportunities and challenges facing sports media today.
A new University of Colorado Boulder exhibit opening Friday, Sept. 21 highlights the symbiosis of artistic and scientific thinking. Embryonic, the premiere exhibit for the Nature, Environment, Science and Technology (NEST) Studio for the Arts, includes paintings, sculpture and multimedia.