College of journalism and mass communications

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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.

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N Fund – College of Journalism and Mass Communications

Gifts to this fund provides the college with highly desired unrestricted funds which allow the college to take advantage of opportunities as they arise.

N Fund – College of Journalism & Mass Communications Scholarships

A gift to this fund provides general support for the College of Journalism and Mass Communications.

Depth Reporting Excellence Fund

Depth Reporting students push themselves to create a magazine, documentary or website based on a timely topic of interest. This fund helps support those broadcasting and journalism students as they write the first draft of history.

Jeremy Lohrman

Director of Development, UNL College of Journalism and Mass Communications

A Nebraska native, Jeremy earned a Bachelor of Arts degree with a chemistry major from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln in 2008. As a nontraditional student, he experienced firsthand the impact of receiving a higher education through the gift of scholarships, and he is passionate about helping others receive the same transformational opportunity. Prior to joining the foundation in 2016, Jeremy spent his career in information systems and technology.

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