Thanks to an $82,000 grant from the Scripps Howard Foundation and the meticulous work of five people, the Roy W. Howard Archive is now available online.
The award comes from his alma mater, Connecticut preparatory school Greens Farms Academy.
Students Emily Miles, Rick Brewer and Pealer Bryniarski blogged about what they learned.
Sudents met with some of the industry’s top practitioners and attended sessions relating to their evolving field.
He spoke about the challenges of studying journalists and journalism across national borders at the Journalism Across Borders conference in Germany.
This scholarsourcing series is based on the idea of crowdsourcing, and it reimagines the way scholarly books are proposed, peer-reviewed and approved for contract.
The Jane Gantz Overseas Study Scholarship will award an annual scholarship to an undergraduate Media School student double majoring in media and Spanish.
The IU partnership with a Rwanda community is celebrating 10 years of literacy initiatives.
Crystal Marie Fleming’s talk, ‘How to be Less Stupid about Race,’ was the second in the Black Film Center/Archive’s three-part fall speaker series.
The students will fly to Los Angeles in November for a celebration and screening.