Please note: The information on this website is intended for students who were accepted into JMC prior to spring 2015 and the Board of Regents creating the new CMCI. Degrees and certificates on this website are not available for future students. These programs are not accepting applications.
More info:Current students (enrolled prior to Spring 2015): see the FAQ. Prospective students: see CMCI Academics for currently offered degrees.
By April Nowicki Two more groups of journalists and educators rearranged themselves around a slightly cramped but accommodating room on Saturday afternoon, bringing more issues to light and the first CU [...]
By April Nowicki CU’s digital media ethics symposium’s Twitter hashtag, #ethicssymposium, was moving almost as fast as the Saturday morning panel discussions on global ethics standards, the need to be first [...]
By April Nowicki Some ethical dilemmas that journalists and journalism educators encounter today were unimaginable 20 years ago. Steve Buttry, editor at Digital First Media, said the accepted practices must change [...]
Citizen journalists from the Middle East and North Africa recently visited CU-Boulder and the Journalism and Mass Communication program. As part of the a UNESCO visitor program, 10 journalists from [...]
Join students, scholars and media professionals to discuss media in the fast-paced world of digital journalism at a March 14-15 symposium hosted by CU Journalism & Mass Communication. The conference [...]
Five journalists are in Boulder this year as Ted Scripps Fellows in Environmental Journalism at CU Journalism & Mass Communication. The fellows are nationally and internationally recognized journalists whose areas [...]
Two members of the Journalism & Mass Communication faculty were honored recently by students for their teaching skills and personal support. Assistant Professor Hun Shik Kim and adjunct instructor Noah [...]
CU Journalism & Mass Communication students are reaping the benefits of a revamped internship and career services program that connects them directly to employers through an easily accessible online [...]
JMC Associate Professor Liz Skewes grappled with a big question recently: “Can Your Vote Be Bought?” Speaking to CU-Boulder’s Denver alumni group, Skewes talked about her research on political advertising [...]
Recent violent reactions to a YouTube video that mocks the Prophet Mohammed sparked debate and discussion about cultural clashes and misunderstandings surrounding Islam. CU Journalism & Mass Communications Professor [...]
Forty-one Journalism and Mass Communication students took home $186,000 in awards at our annual scholarship banquet. The students were recognized by a variety of generous donors for outstanding academic achievement [...]
A conference hosted by JMC’s Center for Environmental Journalism is exploring how the science of climate change intersects with politics and culture. The conference on Culture, Politics and Climate Change [...]
JMC students, alums and staff traveled to Las Vegas recently for the 2012 Unity Journalists convention. Unity brings together several national journalism groups to advocate for outstanding news coverage about [...]
CU journalists covered Boulder’s Flagstaff wildfire and shared their video story with local radio station KUNC 91.5. Grad student Beth Bartel and instructor Paul Daugherty were on the scene shortly [...]
Amanda Leigh Mascarelli (MA ’06) writes about science, health and the environment for major publications like Audubon, Nature, High Country News, Los Angeles Times, Science News for Kids and The New York Times. She’s [...]
JMC Newsgathering master’s students Breanna Draxler, Ted Burnham and Mass Communication Research student Brendon Bosworth have launched an online environmental magazine The Boulder STAND. Associate Professor Tom Yulsman, co-director of [...]
JMC alumna Krisanne Johnson received the prestigious W. Eugene Smith Grant in Humanistic Photography in 2011 in recognition of her project, “I Love You Real Fast.” Johnson has been documenting the [...]
The online publication Climate Central is publishing a two-part series on the water woes of the Colorado River Basin co-authored by Professor Tom Yulsman and environmental journalism master’s student Brendon [...]
Master’s students Jordan Wirfs-Brock, Lauren Seaton and Andrea Sutherland and the I-News Network reported on a loophole in Colorado’s medical marijuana rules that means thousands of pounds of surplus marijuana [...]
Kelly Kennedy (MA ’07) is one of two recipients of certificates of merit from the judges in the Oakes Award for excellence in environmental journalism. Kennedy, a reporter for the Military Times was sited for the work, a Web-only project, about the health hazards of burn-pit smoke to soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan. Her new book "They Fought for Each Other" is about Charlie Company, a regiment that had the most casualties of any U.S. battalion since Vietnam.
Please note: these programs are no longer available for application. The information on this website is intended for students who were accepted into JMC prior to the Board of Regents creating the new CMCI on June 27, 2014. Degrees and certificates on this website are not available for future students. More info: Current students (enrolled prior to Spring 2015):see the FAQ | Prospective students: see CMCI Academics for currently offered degrees.