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At the 2014 American Academy of Advertising Conference, held March 27-30, 2014 in Atlanta, graduate students and faculty from the University of Minnesota School of Journalism & Mass Communication presented papers and took home top awards.

Students Create Magazine About Millenials

Students enrolled in the fall 2013 class Magazine Editing & Production have created a magazine all about millenials.

School's Out For Summer

SJMC students embark on life-changing experiences before their senior year.

Readying Researchers

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.

Student Places in Hearst Foundation Journalism Competition

SJMC senior Mitch Skinner has placed second in the Hearst Journalism Awards Program Radio Competition. Skinner is host and managing editor of Radio K's Culture Queue.

Skinner is now qualified for the National Championships, which will take place in June 2014.

Heewon Im Wins 2014 Casey Dissertation Award

Ph.D. student Heewon Im has been awarded the Ralph D. Casey Dissertation Research Award.

Students Create Campaign for Minnesota Timberwolves

A campaign for the Minnesota Timberwolves created in the fall 2012 Strategic Communication Case Analysis class at the School of Journalism & Mass Communication is now making its way to television.

UMN SJMC Announces Formation of Magazine Club

In fall 2013, the University of Minnesota School of Journalism and Mass Communication (SJMC) created its first-ever Magazine Club.

In fall 2013, the Alliance for Women in Media's Minnesota chapter launched a student-led affiliate. The group aims to expand opportunities for women students to interact with experienced leaders in the media industry.

The Carnegie-Knight News21 program, a national multi-university reporting initiative, has released "Back Home," a major national investigation into the enduring battles facing post-9/11 veterans. University of Minnesota School of Journalism & Mass Communication senior Jeff Hargarten was one of the 24 students from 12 institutions around the country to make up the News21 Fellows team.

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