Montana Journalism Students Win Society of Professional Journalists Awards

University of Montana student journalists at the School of Journalism are winners and finalists in the Society of Professional Journalists’ Mark of Excellence Awards for large universities (10,000 or more students) in Region 10. Student reporting and production was honored in three group projects led by University of Montana School of Journalism faculty. The Meth … Continue reading Montana Journalism Students Win Society of Professional Journalists Awards

D.C. editor and former CBS, CNN correspondent named 2017-18 Pollner Professors

The Washington, D.C., bureau chief for McClatchy newspapers and a former CBS and CNN national news correspondent will be the T. Anthony Pollner Distinguished Professors at the University of Montana School of Journalism for the 2017-18 academic year. Cheryl Carpenter, who will teach at UM in fall semester, became bureau chief for McClatchy in 2015 … Continue reading D.C. editor and former CBS, CNN correspondent named 2017-18 Pollner Professors

Reporter David Fahrenthold to Speak at UM

Washington Post reporter David Fahrenthold will deliver “Covering President Trump: The inside story from the reporter Trump called a ‘nasty guy.’” His talk is Monday, March 13 at 7 p.m. in the University Center Ballroom. This event is free and open to the public. Fahrenthold spent a year covering the 2016 presidential race and then-Republican … Continue reading Reporter David Fahrenthold to Speak at UM

MJR 2017 publishes “Far From Comfort” edition

The new edition of Montana Journalism Review tracks Western journalists as national and global events push them past their comfort zones. From local coverage of refugee resettlement to an experiment in right-wing news immersion, the 2017 issue of MJR scrutinizes how news professionals are responding to growing distrust in the media and ongoing changes in … Continue reading MJR 2017 publishes “Far From Comfort” edition

MTJA Kicks Off New Trip With A Look Inside Fukushima

In May 2017, a group of Montana Journalism Abroad (MTJA) students will travel to Japan and report on the issues that continue to affect people displaced by a trio of disasters that struck the northeast part of the country in 2011. On March 11 of that year, a severe earthquake triggered a tsunami that decimated … Continue reading MTJA Kicks Off New Trip With A Look Inside Fukushima