Twelve faculty members, 14 grad students, one staff member and nearly 40 alumni represented UNC at the 2014 AEJMC convention in Montréal Aug. 6-9.
Scott Parrott, a 2013 UNC doctoral graduate, was honored with AEJMC’s Nafziger-White-Salwen Dissertation Award for best mass communication dissertation. It marks the third consecutive year a UNC student has won the award.
Master's grad and Duke Energy's Greg Efthimiou was named to the list of influential PR leaders for his ability to "unite, inform and engage."
Chad A. Stevens writes about his journey in making "Overburden" — a documentary film that tells the complex stories of people in West Virginia's coal country — for National Geographic's Proof blog.
In July, the school hosted the annual Chuck Stone Program for high schoolers who have a career interest in journalism. Meet the 2014 scholars and check out The Mix — their online publication.
The latest from the J-school's Powering a Nation aims to shed light on the energy dynamics within North Carolina's hog industry.
Richard Cole Eminent Professor Dan Riffe received the Eleanor Blum Distinguished Service to Research Award during the 2014 AEJMC convention in Montréal.
Recent master's graduate Josh Davis talks about why he pursued his master's degree and how the university and industry are moving multimedia storytelling forward.
“Los Jets” — a documentary series featuring journalism professor Paul Cuadros — airs Wednesdays at 10 p.m. on NUVOtv.