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Julian Parrott, associate dean for student services and academic affairs, traveled to China in August to participate in the Journalism Education Association-China inaugural convention at Duke Kunshan University. Parrott presented a keynote speech and also served as a student mentor/coach and as a competition judge at the convention.

17 Jan
Christopher Benson

Christopher Benson, associate professor of journalism, will deliver the keynote address at the annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. event. 

The event is a countywide celebration held this year at Parkland College. It includes award presentations and a reception. The event is free and open to the public.

13 Jan
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Mike Yao, associate professor of digital media, and the new master’s degree in strategic brand communication were mentioned in a Chicago Tribune story about crisis communications firms benefiting from the Trump presidency. 

12 Jan
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By Phil Ciciora, Business and Law Editor 217-333-2177; pciciora@illinois.edu

05 Jan
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The News-Gazette, Champaign-Urbana’s local newspaper, began a special series on Sunday, Jan. 1, about the 150th anniversary of the University of Illinois.

04 Jan
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As we celebrate Brett's birthday today, the College of Media and many others are reflecting on Brett's life and his legacy at Illinois.

Brett Lerner

21 Dec
Jay Rosenstein

Jay Rosenstein, media and cinema studies professor, was recently quoted in a Chicago Tribune sports column by Shannon Ryan. Rosenstein is the producer of “In Whose Honor?” the award-winning documentary on the use of American Indian mascots in sports.

19 Dec
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Lexi Georgiadis '13 JOURN, director of special projects at Goldin Solutions, was named to the Observer's list of rising stars in public relations.

14 Dec
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Amanda Vinicky, longtime WUIS reporter, is headed to a new job in Chicago. Read about her thoughts on journalism and Illinois state politics in a story from Illinois Times.

08 Dec
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In an article titled “From Punitive Pedagogies to Liberated Learning: Employing critical pedagogies to further social justice,” Janell Hobson gives special mention to Jay Rosenstein’s documentary “In Whose Honor?” The article was published in the November-December issue of Academe, a p

07 Dec

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