The director of K-State's A.Q. Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications in the College of Arts and Sciences has been named by the Kansas Association of Broadcasters as the 2021 Distinguished Service Award winner.
Wildcat 91.9 FM and telecommunications provider WTC Communications will host the first annual WTC Fiber Cup Oct. 8 - 9 at the K-State Student Union in Forum Hall.
Channel 8 News, MHK All Day and Wildcat 91.9 students took home first place in nine categories of the Kansas Association of Broadcasters 2021 Awards.
Maia Lewis is a senior studying Strategic Communications and an intern at the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce. In this post, she shares her inspiring story from participating in Kedziepalooza to being a helpful social media coordinator at KC Chamber.
Research update: Closing the leadership gender gap in strategic communication starts with investing in the new generation of workers
Recognizing the need for female representation in leadership roles in advertising and public relations, Danielle LaGree, Ph.D., and Katie Olsen, Ph.D., assistant professors of strategic communication, launched a research program aimed to support and inspire early-career professionals to pursue leadership roles.
K-State’s chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America has a new professional adviser. Debra Peterson, APR will serve as a mentor to PRSSA members. Peterson is a graduate of K-State’s A.Q. Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications. She served as National Chair of the Public Relations Society of America, PRSSA’s parent organization, in 2019. She currently serves as President of Comm365, a strategic communications consulting firm and was formerly VP, corporate communications at CenturyLink.
Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) earns Star Chapter status for third consecutive year
Star Chapter is the nationwide gold standard for Chapters trying to achieve excellence. K-State PRSSA exceeded expectations in the following categories: quality programming, relationship building with key constituents, high school outreach, focus on ethical practices, attendance at the 2019 International PRSSA Conference, among other criteria.
Two students studying in the A.Q. Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications received the competitive American Advertising Federation Foundation Scholarship for the 2020-2021 academic year. Kathryn Hurd and Kate Torline, strategic communications, were announced as winners by the American Advertising Federation-Kansas City on July 18.
The A.Q. Miller School is launching an online bachelor's degree in mass communications designed to offer students the skills needed in today's media environment. The program includes specific coursework in journalism or strategic communications. The journalism sequence prepares students for work in broadcast, news reporting and media design. Strategic communications focuses on advertising and public relations, strategic planning and content development and digital and social media.
David Levy, who has been the student media adviser at Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina, since 2018, has been appointed director of the Collegian Media Group. His appointment becomes official on Aug. 1 following an extensive national search to find a seasoned professional to manage the Collegian and its affiliated publications, the Royal Purple yearbook and Manhappenin’ magazine.
Megan Herren a 2015 JMC graduate and former strategist at an NYC advertising agency, updated her LinkedIn network about her recent lay-off, ultimately landing her a feature in AdWeek.
Watch the May 5th JMC Job Ready webinar about finding an internship or career in challenging times, featuring alumnus Dusty Thomas, director of business development at GDC Technology.
The A.Q. Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications is hosting a virtual event for its graduating class on Saturday, May 16th at 10:00 a.m. CST at jmc.k-state.edu.
The A.Q. Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications has announced 62 students who were recipients of more than $170,600 in scholarships awarded for the 2020-2021 academic year by the school's scholarship committee.
The Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communications has formally reaccredited K-State's A.Q. Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications. The council, which is composed of educators and industry professionals, took the action on Saturday, April 25, voting unanimously to reaccredit the program for the next six years.
While all K-Staters have had to adapt to the COVID-19 situation, journalism and mass communications students are facing some unique challenges. Those working in student media have had to adjust the way they get news to their readers, listeners, and viewers, while those working with organizations, such as the local school district and police department, are learning just what crisis management is all about.
Three K-State students studying advertising in the A.Q. Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications have been inducted into the American Advertising Federation’s Alpha Delta Sigma Honor Society. Seniors Kathryn Hurd, Natalie May and Paige Rome were selected by the American Advertising Federation’s National Education Executive Committee for the honor that recognizes and encourages scholastic achievement in advertising studies.
Collegian Media Group publications receive Gold All-Kansas Rating. JMC student named 2020 Kansas Journalist of the Year
The Kansas State Collegian, 2019 Royal Purple yearbook and Manhappenin' magazine all received Gold All-Kansas ratings from the Kansas Collegiate Media association. The Gold All-Kansas rating is the highest given by the organization. The announcement, which was made Friday, also named Kaylie McLaughlin, Collegian editor-in-chief and junior in journalism, as the 2020 Kansas Journalist of the Year.
As we move into our fourth week of distance learning, I wanted to reach out to our JMC family to address some of the uncertainties felt by many of you concerning the Coronavirus pandemic and your continued education.
Gloria Freeland, internship coordinator for the A.Q. Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications, provides tips and advice for students looking for opportunities to gain industry experience during this time of stay-at-home orders and distance learning.
Already in this first week back, I am proud and grateful for each of you: Proud of your flexibility and resilience as we venture forward, and grateful we have found a way -- perhaps an imperfect way, but a way nonetheless -- to teach, talk and to be together during this global pandemic.
The A.Q. Miller School's recently inaugurated online master's degree has been named in the Top 10 of the nation's most affordable online programs in journalism and mass communications.
Gloria Freeland, assistant professor in the A.Q. Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications, recently won two awards from the 2020 Kansas Professional Communicators annual contest.
View a few tips from some of our JMC faculty about making the transition from in-class learning to online learning during the second half of the spring 2020 semester.
Two K-State seniors have won Awards of Excellence in the 2020 Broadcast Education Association’s Festival of Arts Competition. Bri Womack and Zach St. Clair were honored for documentaries that were entered into the world-wide competition, which annually draws about 1,500 entries.
A.Q. Miller School faculty, students and alumni dedicated the renovated Kedzie 107 writing and production lab on Monday, February 3. We recognized some generous donations from the College of Arts and Sciences and from a friend of the program, Steve Edgerley. The lab facility represents $35,000 of financial support.