Center for Environmental Journalism
Through the Center for Environmental Journalism the program seeks to enrich and elevate the quality, range and significance of media coverage of environmental issues. CEJ faculty report on environmental issues and research media influences on the environment — including environmental policy, politics, science and society. The CEJ is home to the prestigious Ted Scripps Fellowships in Environmental Journalism, which provide working journalists with a one-year opportunity to deepen their understanding of environmental science, policy, law and journalism.
Center for Media, Religion, and Culture
The Center for Media, Religion and Culture brings together scholars, professionals and the larger public to explore the ways that media and religion influence one another. Its multidisciplinary efforts will be strongly complemented in its new home, the College of Media, Communication and Information, which unites academic departments with shared interests and expertise in media and technology for the digital age.
Digital News Test Kitchen
The Digital News Test Kitchen is a research program targeted at identifying emerging technologies and business models with current and future implications for news-gathering, news presentation and media sustainability. Test Kitchen staff and student researchers work with entrepreneurs and innovators locally, nationally and worldwide, and conduct interdisciplinary research and experimentation with other academic and research entities on the Boulder campus.