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Renowned mass communication scholars have called Murphy Hall home since its doors opened in 1939. For more than 70 years, faculty members have proposed seminal mass communication theories, directed nationally recognized research facilities and edited some of our field's most cited academic journals. As instructors, they have advised graduate students who have gone on to teach and conduct research at top-tier universities. The School's legacy of producing quality researchers continues today.
Ph.D. student Heewon Im has been awarded the Ralph D. Casey Dissertation Research Award.
In the wake of recent school shootings, communication researchers explore why people use Facebook to connect and pay their respects.
The Frank Premack Public Affairs Journalism Awards Program has been suspended after consultation with the Premack Board and the Minnesota Journalism Center Advisory Board. Submissions will not be accepted for reporting done in 2012.
On Nov. 5, 2012, SJMC will host more than 20 journalists from European countries as part of the Edward R. Murrow Program for International Journalists. The fellows will be at the University of Minnesota through Wednesday, Nov. 7.