March 27 session to help business journalists better understand economic data
The UNC J-school and the UNC Department of Public Policy will hold a training session for North Carolina business journalists at the FedEx Global Education Center on the UNC campus.School News
Biz journalism senior wins SABEW student contest
Caitlin McCabe is the 2013 student business journalism winner in the annual Society of American Business Editors and Writers (SABEW) Best in Business contest.School News
J-school seniors place in Hearst multimedia competition
UNC J-school seniors Carolyn Van Houten and Karla Towle placed fourth and sixth, respectively, in the news category of the Hearst Journalism Awards multimedia competition.School News
UNC students recognized in 2014 WHNPA ‘Eyes of History’ contest
Jon Kasbe was named student video photographer of the year and senior Carolyn Van Houten won an award of excellence in the still photography category of the 2014 White House News Photographers Association History student contest.School News
N.C. Halls of Fame ceremony, Oct. 10; nomination deadline, April 30
The UNC School of Journalism and Mass Communication will accept nominations through April 30 for the 2014 class of inductees to the N.C. Halls of Fame in Journalism, Advertising and Public Relations.School News
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J-school students take checkered flag in FOX/NASCAR challenge
For the fourth year, UNC J-school students partnered with FOX Sports as part of its FOX Sports University program. This year, professor Dana McMahan's students competed against each other to create a comprehensive marketing campaign for NASCAR Speedweeks. Find out which team took the checkered flag, and learn more.
Heart of the High Country
Boasting tall mountains and taller tales, the North Carolina High Country has inspired a rare breed of characters. In the tenth annual Carolina Photojournalism Workshop, students mined a rich vein of history — how the region's people have worked the beautiful, rugged landscape to make it their own.
Heelprint Communications is the school's student-run creative communications agency.
What Matters 2 US
Americans find various ways to handle the challenges of life. Students from advanced and documentary photojournalism classes scoured communities to find people with fascinating stories of hardship and hope. For the past two years, their stories have explored everything from gun violence to immigration, the pain of loss to the chasing of a dream.
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March 20: Pulitzer Prize-winning author Amanda Bennett to headline Women in Media Leadership Series talk
Pulitzer Prize-winning author, investigative journalist and editor Amanda Bennett will speak as part of the J-school's Women in Media Leadership Series at 5:30 p.m. in the Freedom Forum Conference Center.
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