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MJC and INMS merge

By Karen Kloser

After a combined 41 years of programming and service, the Minnesota Journalism Center and the Institute for New Media Studies are merging. The new entity will retain the name Minnesota Journalism Center but will have a new, broader mission and will serve both the journalism and academic communities.

The Minnesota Journalism Center was established in 1979 through a gift from the late John Cowles, Sr., chairman of the Minneapolis Star and Tribune Co. and his wife, the late Elizabeth Bates Cowles.

Through the years

INMS Timeline

Portrait: Nora Paul

INMS research initiatives update

Minnesota Job Skills Partnership Grant
By Nora Paul

inms09s.jpgby Nora Paul and Karen Kloser

New media researchers to convene Sept. 18, 2009

INMS Update: Current Research and Initiatives

By Nora Paul and Karen Kloser

By Nora Paul

INMS Update

By Karen Kloser and Nora Paul

The Institute for New Media Studies celebrates Knight Foundation grant and soon-to-be released Eyetracking Project research.

Institute for New Media Studies Update

By Ching Lo

The Institute for New Media Studies focuses on the future of gaming, blogs, and thinking digitally

INMS Update

The Institute for New Media Studies is spearheading projects on local, national and international levels.

INMS Update: Reaching Around the Globe

By Karen Kloser

Institute for New Media Studies director Nora Paul puts the U on the media world map with lectures in Mexico City, Caracas, New Delhi, and Chandigarh for the World Press Institute.

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