Alumni Spotlight: KREM 2 News’ Leilah Langley

Graduates of the University of Montana School of Journalism go on to do great things, in journalism and beyond. They direct newsrooms, report on international issues, photograph history, inform the public on air, start their own businesses, influence public policy, publish books and become leaders in their communities. Here, we spotlight some of our alumni … Continue reading Alumni Spotlight: KREM 2 News’ Leilah Langley

Meet the Professors: Lee Banville

We are constantly hearing from students that one of the J-School's biggest strengths is the dedicated, talented, fearless, experienced, fun, doors-are-always-open faculty. The Social Media and Engagement class set out to tell that story via Instagram. Over the coming weeks, we will highlight these stories, which illustrate the personalities, philosophies and experience of our top-notch … Continue reading Meet the Professors: Lee Banville

Broadcast Education Association Recognizes UM J-School Students, Professor Jule Banville Wins “Best of Competition”

The Broadcast Education Association has recognized the excellent work of University of Montana School of Journalism students in its annual awards competition and given Associate Professor Jule Banville the “Best of Competition” award for an audio documentary that aired on her podcast, Last Best Stories. Banville's award comes from the faculty division of the competition, … Continue reading Broadcast Education Association Recognizes UM J-School Students, Professor Jule Banville Wins “Best of Competition”

Meet the Professors: Joe Eaton

We are constantly hearing from students that one of the J-School's biggest strengths is the dedicated, talented, fearless, experienced, fun, doors-are-always-open faculty. The Social Media and Engagement class set out to tell that story via Instagram. Over the coming weeks, we will highlight these stories, which illustrate the personalities, philosophies and experience of our top-notch … Continue reading Meet the Professors: Joe Eaton

Spring Pollner Professor Deborah Potter Teaches Students About Journalism and Trust

Deborah Potter is sure of one thing: Public trust in journalism is disintegrating rapidly, and journalists cannot simply sit back and wait for something to change. "There's a quote by journalist Carl Bernstein that says something similar to: 'All we have to do is our best work.' I disagree," said Potter, the 2018 spring T. … Continue reading Spring Pollner Professor Deborah Potter Teaches Students About Journalism and Trust