Those of us on the journalism faculty at The University of Alabama are smiling today as one of our two-time alums was part of a team named a finalist Monday for the Pulitzer Prize in local reporting.
This week we remember both Chuck Stone and Marian Huttenstine as journalism educators and for they did to open the doors for others. Their work must continue.
It’s important that journalism students view themselves as not just authors or writers, but journalists from the day they begin studying journalism. Two University of Alabama graduate students seemed to shy away from the “journalist” label even as three of their classmates are inspiring a new generation of young journalists.
When it comes to mobile apps, I’ve tried Evernote and Tout and think both could help me as a mobile journalist.
Multicultural Journalism Workshop students reflect on their 10 days in Tuscaloosa for the 30th year of the program at University of Alabama.
Some great points about diversity came from the tweets sent from the Schuneman Symposium tonight at Ohio University in Athens, Ohio where Gwen Ifill was the keynote speaker.
There are some questions about how relevant Bob Woodward is to college students studying journalism in 2013. A capacity crowd for Woodward’s lecture Friday night at University of Alabama included only a few journalism students.
CNN Anchor Don Lemon provided several valuable lessons about life, your career and journalism during a February 21 visit to the University of Alabama campus.
In downtown Gainesville, Florida for Journalism Interactive 2013 with a list of things to get from a two-day conference focused on preparing journalists who are on the cutting edge (as the cliche goes) in the this age of digital news reporting and production.
Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Eugene Patterson passed away just as we are about to mark the 50th anniversary of events that he witnessed and wrote about as a newspaper editor.