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Rosenstein documentary receives mention

Jay Rosenstein

MACS Professor Jay Rosentein and his groundbreaking documentary "IN Whose Honor?" are part of a new article listing "5 Amazing Indigenous Women to Celebrate instead of Christopher Columbus."  One of the women selected, University of Illinois alumnus Charlene Teters, is the central character in Prof. Rosenstein's film.

Find information about Rosenstein's other productions here.

14 Oct

Global Conference, Global Network

Brant Houston

By David E. Kaplan

Enjoying a glass of wine at his modest home in Aarhus, Denmark, Nils Mulvad and guest Brant Houston were celebrating the latest gathering of reporters they had brought together. It was the spring of 2000, and they had just hosted nearly a hundred journalists to talk about investigative techniques, with special focus on the fast-growing field of computer-assisted reporting (CAR).

05 Oct

Active Aging: Journalism prof 'enjoying what I'm doing'

Leon Dash

Leon Dash. Even his name implies there's no slowing down for this guy.

Read The News-Gazette story.

05 Oct

James Sparks '77 ADV, 2015 Homecoming Comeback Guest

Each year since 1980, the Student Alumni Ambassadors of the University of Illinois Alumni Association invite a group of distinguished alumni back to the campus to participate in traditional activities such as the Homecoming Parade and Pep Rally. These alumni honorees also interact with current students and talk about their professional experiences since leaving their Alma Mater. We are honored to have James Sparks representing the College of Media during this exciting time on campus.

29 Sep

That public radio documentary you just listened to was made by high school students

Every year, the eighth graders entering Janet Morford’s social studies class at the University of Illinois Laboratory High School (Uni) learn how to conduct oral history interviews.

29 Sep


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