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Stephen Bloom

SJMC Professor Stephen Bloom's new book

Bloom’s latest nonfiction book explores the saga of a rural Iowa teacher who became world famous after importing a controversial social experiment on racism into her classroom and around the globe.
Munachim Amah

Meet Ph.D. Student Munachim Amah

Munachim Amah sits down with International Programs for a Q&A.
NAJB at New Majors Event

New Majors Open House

Stop by the Adler Journalism Building on Friday, September 30 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. to learn more about the School, meet faculty and students, win prizes, eat snacks and more!
Tracy Hufford

Lecturer Tracy Hufford's Event Management community-engaged course highlighted by The Office of Community Engagement

Event Management students tackle mental health challenges at the University of Iowa and beyond through the Green Bandana Project during Community-Engaged Course.
David Dowling

Professor David Dowling's article published in Convergence

Professor David Dowling's article, "Interactive documentary and the reinvention of digital journalism, 2015-2020," has been published in the Sage journal, Convergence. 
Mikhayla Hughes-Shaw

Alumni Mikhayla Hughes-Shaw Finds Success in Connecting her Community

Mikhayla Hughes-Shaw graduated from the Journalism School in May 2020 and accepted a position as a Reporter and Multimedia Journalist for WHBF TV. She is now the Show Host for "Loving, Living, Local."
Chronicles from Past Plague Years

SJMC Alumni Publishes 42nd Book

School of Journalism and Mass Communications alumni Thomas Fensch (M.A., 1967) has recently published his 42nd book. The book, Chronicles from Past Plague Years, covers the Bubonic Plague in London, all the way to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Environmental-communications

Environmental Communications Class Pairs with the City of Coralville

Students in the Fall 2021 Environmental Communication class, taught by Associate Professor Kajsa Dalrymple, kicked off this amazing partnership by working with Coralville City Councillor, Hai Huynh, to understand public knowledge of and experience with water quality in the community.
Lillian Martell

Professor Martell Adds a Twist to A New Class

Through the first 15 years of her career, Professor Martell worked as a reporter and copyeditor in the newspaper industry. The topics she covered ranged from government, business, healthcare and higher education. Being able to see the ins and outs of the industry provided her with valuable experience – an important perspective she can offer to her students. 
Alison Jensen

Professional in Residence Alison B. Jensen Speaks with SJMC Students

School of Journalism and Mass Communication Alumna Alison Baker Jensen is an Attorney Guardian Ad Litem (GAL) in Denver, Colorado. Jensen recently visited SJMC classes to speak with students about her experiences at SJMC and beyond.