The College of Journalism and Mass Communications is one of only 11 in the nation to be chosen for membership in the Carnegie-Knight Initiative on the Future of Journalism Education. It is one of only six that are part of the Dow Jones News Fund editing internship program.
The college emphasizes study abroad and other international experiences to help prepare our students for a global marketplace. And we cooperate with NET and other units on campus to expand the internship opportunities that are available for our students.
> Journalism Sequence
> Advertising Sequence
> Jacht Club Ad Lab Fund
> Nebraska News Service Fund
> Drone Journalism Lab Fund
Gifts to the CoJMC Wish List will help with enabling students and faculty to attend important education and professional conferences, as well as aiding with new equipment purchases.
Gifts to this fund provides the college with highly desired unrestricted funds which allow the college to take advantage of opportunities as they arise.
Gifts to the this fund will help the education,reforestation and improved quality of life for the people of Haiti.
Gifts to this fund will help students travel to Moscow or Sochi, Russia, home of the 2014 Winter Olympic Games, where they will study the impact that the Olympics have on a community. Students will develop communication platforms for residents and journalists alike. About 20 students, along with the Dean and 4-5 professors, will make the trip May 21 through June 1.
A gift to this fund supports the advertising program.
A gift to this fund supports the news-editorial program.
Support of this fund will provide much needed unrestricted support for broadcasting classes and programs.
> College of Journalism & Mass Communications Development Fund
> Neale & Olive Copple College of Journalism Excellence Fund
> College of Journalism Dean's Future Fund
> College of Journalism Equipment Fund
> Journalism Alumni Association Fund
> The Daily Nebraskan Digitization Project Fund
For more information, please contact:
Joanna Nordhues Director of Development 402-458-1178 direct 800-432-3216 toll free E-mail
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