UM Journalism Graduate Wins Fulbright To Report on Syrian Women Seeking Refuge in Germany, Professor Joe Eaton Wins Fulbright to Teach in Vietnam

Recent University of Montana School of Journalism graduate Lucy Tompkins will spend a year in Germany studying and reporting on the experiences of Syrian women who have become refugees in Berlin as part of a Fulbright Young Professional Journalist Program fellowship. Tompkins currently works at the Missoulian as the K-12 reporter, and in September will … Continue reading UM Journalism Graduate Wins Fulbright To Report on Syrian Women Seeking Refuge in Germany, Professor Joe Eaton Wins Fulbright to Teach in Vietnam

Alumni Spotlight: Erin Billings, Senior Vice President of Communications and Public Affairs, Global Strategy Group

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: Erin Billings, Senior Vice President of Communications and Public Affairs, Global Strategy Group

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Why J-School? 5 (Good) Reasons to Study Journalism (At the University of Montana)

Why get a journalism degree? Mostly because of all the things. But specifically, a journalism degree can open doors for you. In journalism, you learn to tell compelling stories, ask good questions, parse complex issues and how to be fair but fierce. You get to create cool things (Documentaries! Podcasts! Magazines!) and keep up with … Continue reading Why J-School? 5 (Good) Reasons to Study Journalism (At the University of Montana)

Montana High School Journalists Nab Awards, Get a Feel for the UM J-School

Nearly 200 high school students from across Montana filled the halls of the University of Montana School of Journalism on Thursday, March 22 for the annual Montana Journalism Education Association awards and High School Journalism Day at UM. Students took home awards at the awards banquet and then skills and knowledge from eleven different workshops, … Continue reading Montana High School Journalists Nab Awards, Get a Feel for the UM J-School

Journalism Graduate Students Land Big Stories, Earn Awards and Launch New Projects

The School of Journalism's graduate program in Environmental Science and Natural Resource Journalism is having a terrific year so we thought we'd share some highlights. One goal for our students is that they develop a professional portfolio of published or broadcast work while at UM. This advances their network of peer and professional contacts and … Continue reading Journalism Graduate Students Land Big Stories, Earn Awards and Launch New Projects

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