Today, faculty from the Department of Journalism and the Department of Communication will join faculty, students, staff and the general public at in the 2018 Diversity & Inclusion Summit. CMCI-related panels The Fake News Phenomenon with Elizabeth Skewes and Pat Ferrucci 12:30p.m.-1:45p.m., UMC Glenn Miller East Ballroom The phrase “fake...
Five former Ted Scripps Fellows—David Baron, Scott Carney, Erin Espelie, Michael Kodas and Hannah Nordhaus—sat down together to discuss the whys and hows of nonfiction book writing at the first ever Center for Environmental Journalism book publishing panel.
Diestel is investigating the link between anti-social media and adolescent crime. The question drives her honors thesis research, in a project that will become the first such work by a journalism student since the creation of CMCI.
In fall 2018, CMCI will begin requiring first-year journalism students to take an introductory writing and reporting class and a separate media technology class, rather than one that combines the two, as has been the requirement in recent years.
Jeff Blumenfeld, a lecturer in the Department of Advertising, Public Relations and Media Design at CU Boulder, recently returned from a two-week mission to bring eye care to hundreds of people in Nepal.