UNC places second in Hearst Journalism Awards
Carolina's J-school finished second overall — and first in broadcast — in the Pulitzers of college journalism. In June, six students will compete in the Hearst individual championships.School News
Chris Roush discusses Bloomberg crisis response
Chris Roush, senior associate dean and Walter E. Hussman Sr. Distinguished Scholar in Business Journalism, talks to CNBC about Bloomberg News' handling of the controversy surrounding access of reporters to private client information.Video
Susan King comments on AP records probe
Susan King, dean of the J-school, discussed the government seizure of telephone records of reporters and editors for The Associated Press with WRAL-TV anchor Bill Leslie.Video
UNC PR students honored in N.C. PRSA’s Inspire Awards for fourth consecutive year
Public relations students in the UNC School of Journalism and Mass Communication received an Award of Excellence and the Best in Category Award at the North Carolina Public Relations Society of America Inspire Awards.School News
‘Carolina Week’ takes second and third in College Emmys
Four J-school broadcast and electronic journalism students were recognized in the newcast category of the 34th College Television Awards held April 25 in Los Angeles.School News
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Reese News Lab
Reese News Lab, an experimental, cross-platform news and research project based at the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
With updated stories in 2013, the student-produced website celebrates the natural diversity of the Galápagos Islands while combatting the misconception that they remain an untouched natural paradise.
Heelprint Communications is the school's student-run creative communications agency.
With a $20,000 grant from UNC's two-year Water In Our World theme, “100 Gallons” — the school's interactive Web experience that explores the human connection with water — will include local and regional topics during summer 2013.
Students in Barbara Friedman’s journalism history courses are producing an oral history archive of North Carolina’s leading journalists and communicators. Many of the people featured are members of the N.C. Halls of Fame in Journalism, Advertising and Public Relations.
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Bone Marrow Transplant Donor Registry Drive
Responding to a Stanford University professor’s dire need for a bone marrow tr...
N.C. Scholastic Media Institute
The North Carolina Scholastic Media Institute will be June 17-20, 2013, in the U...
Chuck Stone Program
The Chuck Stone Program for Diversity in Education and Media invites rising high...
Carolina Sports Journalism Camp
Rising high school juniors and seniors interested in sports and media are encour...