SJMC Weekly Announcements
Alum Alicia Wright accepts job at Dartmouth College
From Lindsay Palmer: Recent SJMC Ph.D. alum Alicia Wright has accepted a job at Dartmouth College as the Assistant Director for Lifelong Learning. Alicia has been aiming for a PhD-holding, university administrative job just like this one, and so this is a huge deal! Alicia has also just published an article in the peer reviewed journal, Journalism: “On the (Translated) Record: Journalistic Translation and Creative Agency in India’s Multilingual Reporting.” Congratulations Alicia!
Mike Wagner and Lew Friedland on WPR
Professors Mike Wagner and Lew Friedland spoke with WPR's Central Time about their new book Battleground: Asymmetric Communication Ecologies and the Erosion of Civil Society in Wisconsin. Listen to the interview.
Lew Friedland speaks to Cap Times about new book
Professor Lew Friedland spoke to Paul Fanlund of the Cap Times about the new book Battleground: Asymmetric Communication Ecologies and the Erosion of Civil Society in Wisconsin. Read the article
J-School senior Jackson Walker published in Wall Street Journal
Congrats to undergraduate Jackson Walker for getting his piece published in the Wall Street Journal’s Future View special section for college students around the country. Read the article.
Graduate student Kruthika Kamath speaks at International Visitor Leadership Program
Ph.D. student Kruthika Kamath spoke at the International Institute of Wisconsin's International Visitor Leadership Program on Monday, February 28. She shared her project "Empowering Women Journalists: A Project for Iraqi Kurdistan". Congrats Kruthika!
Graduate student Aman Abhishek wins George L. Mosse Graduate Exchange Fellowship
Ph.D. student Aman Abhishek has received a 2022-23 George L. Mosse Graduate Exchange Fellowship to study at The Hebrew University in Jerusalem. The Mosse Graduate Student Exchange is an essential component of the strong commitment to graduate education that is so evident in the legacy of George L. Mosse (1918-1999). To date, ninety students have participated in the Mosse Exchange, and the extraordinary level of accomplishment on the part of past participants is a tribute to the vision of the program benefactor. Congratulations Aman!
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