Journalism, Broadcasting & Public Relations
Alexander Moe, PhD (Assistant Professor of Journalism, Broadcasting, and Public Relations), has been accepted to present at an international conference a peer-reviewed manuscript exploring the influence of Facebook comments’ contributing effect toward a hostile media bias relating to COVID-19 vaccine-related news.
Watch Sadia Cheema analyze the best and worst commercials that aired during Sunday’s game.
Broadcasting professor and students produce documentary to help raise awareness for dementia.
Professor Virginia (Ginny) Orzel has won three prestigious Awards of Merit in the categories Health/Medicine/Science, Documentary Feature, and Women Filmmakers from The Impact DOCS Awards Competition for her documentary on Dementia, The Fight for Your Life.
Cambrie Eckert is one of a handful of journalism students nationwide selected to be part of a small team of journalists covering the Broadcast Education Association (BEA) and National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) conferences in Las Vegas from April 22-26, 2022.
Cordell Cumming ’18 says his student media experience helped pave the way for professional success
Dr. Alexander Moe won an award for his excellence as a research paper reviewer at the annual Association for Education and Mass Communication Annual Conference and was named a Junior Research Chair.
Carvin Eison, Professor in the Department of Journalism, Broadcasting and Public Relations, is also the recipient of the University of Rochester’s 2022 Presidential Strong as One Diversity Award for Social Impact.
Kimberly Young will join City Newspaper Editor David Andreatta to discuss journalism ethics after a showing of “Shattered Glass” on February 10, 2022, at The Little Theatre.
Dr. Sadia Cheema, Assistant Professor in the Department of Journalism, Broadcasting and Public Relations, has been named to the committee focused on Equity, Inclusion, and Diversity.