The 13th National Outreach Scholarship Conference (NOSC) wraps up Wednesday at the University of Alabama, but not after some memorable events.
Cully Clark, a former dean of the University of Alabama College of Communication and Information Sciences, returned to Tuscaloosa Tuesday night to share the story of the school’s integration with attendees at the 13th National Outreach Scholarship Conference. Clark was introduced by his successor, current dean Loy Singleton.
A WVUA YouTube Video showing distraught, emotional University of Alabama students after Charles Edward Jones fell overboard Thursday from The Bama Belle violated the Society of Professional Journalists Ethics code, which requires journalists to minimize harm.
Former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Sue Bell Cobb addressed the Doing What Matters for Alabama’s Children’s Conference in Tuscaloosa urging attendees to advocate for a $1 increase in the cigarette tax.
CNN’s Soledad O’Brien visits University of Alabama campus Wednesday night just days before her next Black in America documentary airs and two days after a diversity gathering of university administrators from around the state in Tuscaloosa.
Using Twitter as a required tool in a Race, Gender and Media class this summer taught me some lessons about the limits of social media in a mass communications classroom.
An Alabama pastor addresses same-sex marriage in Sunday message as same-sex couples in the state of New York marry and I prepare to teach a mass communication unit on media representation of the LGBT community.
We’re heading to Alabama’s Walker County for a daylong dialogue with University of Alabama student who are interning at various non-profit agencies in the town to Jasper.
High school students at two multicultural journalism workshops took part in an unprecedented exchange about their summer experiences, which were both funded by the Dow Jones News Fund.
High school students attending the ASPA Long Weekend did some on-camera video work on Day 2 of the three-day event.