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More info:Current students (enrolled prior to Spring 2015): see the FAQ. Prospective students: see CMCI Academics for currently offered degrees.
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 [...]
Journalism & Mass Communication Director Christopher Braider has won the Modern Language Association’s 21st annual Aldo and Jeanne Scaglione Prize for French and Francophone Literary Studies. Braider was recognized for [...]
Dressed for success and with notepads in hand, 15 incoming freshmen who visited CU Journalism & Mass Communication recently began their morning asking questions at a press conference. The students [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
Professor Bella Mody is the author of The Geopolitics of Representation in Foreign News: Explaining Darfur. The book received the International Communication Association’s Best Book of 2010 Award in the Global Communication and [...]
Kiousis, S., Kim, S., McDevitt, M., & Ostrowski, A. (2009). Competing for attention: Information subsidy influence in agenda building during election campaigns. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 86 (3), 545-562. [...]
Revisiting Violent Videogames Research: Game Studies Perspectives on Aggression, Violence, Immersion, Interaction, and Textual Analysis. Digital Culture and Education 1 (1): 6-30. By Kyle Kontour, doctoral student
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.