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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.

Edward R. Murrow Program journalists meet with Twin Cities media
By Sarah Saubert

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Minnesota Journalism Center Update

Minnesota's premier public affairs award competition expanded to include electronic and new media journalism.

By Jen Keavy

IRE Better Watchdog Workshop

Supply, Demand and Deadlines

Conference explores the economics of aging.

By Rachel Johnson

Minnesota Journalism Center Update

By Rachel Johnson

The MJC's annual Premack Awards and Lecture celebrated Minnesota public affairs journalism and launched a new program format focusing on current issues in public affairs reporting.

Celebrating the Future

The SJMC celebrates student and alumni achievement

Community Ties

By Amanda Rider

Award Winners Celebrated and American Politics Discussed at Premack Lecture

MJC Update

The Minnesota Journalism Center hosted events this past semester with a local, national, and international flair.

Minnesota Journalism Center Update

By Rachel Johnson

The MJC's annual Premack Awards and Lecture celebrated Minnesota public affairs journalism and examined the media's coverage of Hurricane Katrina with guest speaker Michele Norris.

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