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Strat Comm students win at the Blacksmith Awards

Two of our Strategic Communication students received honors in the PRSSA Student of the Year Award at the Cincinnati PRSA Blacksmith Awards recently. Dalton Ulm received the Silver Award and Paige Garty received the Bronze Award. The awards were judged by a PRSA chapter in Orange County California. Read more.


Miami Herald publishes MU's Cuba stories

The Miami Herald packaged several of MJF students' reporting projects on its site. In its Cuba section, the Miami Herald has stories by students Elizabeth Hansen, Emily Williams, Jack Evans and Kevin Vestal, who participated in our first-ever Cuba study abroad program. Clinical faculty member Joe Sampson also has a story about a Cuban newspaper on the site. Check out the stories.


Student-produced podcast honored in international competition

Three recent Miami University graduates received a second-place award in an international competition for a podcast episode they created. Read more.


Miami Herald publishes MU's Cuba stories

The Miami Herald packaged several of MJF students' reporting projects on its site. In its Cuba section, the Miami Herald has stories by students Elizabeth Hansen, Emily Williams, Jack Evans and Kevin Vestal, who participated in our first-ever Cuba study abroad program. Clinical faculty member Joe Sampson also has a story about a Cuban newspaper on the site. Check out the stories.


The Miami Student wins first places in SPJ contest

The Miami Student was named best non-daily newspaper in Ohio in the Best of Ohio contest sponsored by the Society of Professional Journalists. Editor Reis Thebault also won best college news writing for his coverage of the Eldemire murder/suicide. The Miami Student is an independent newspaper that covers the Miami campus and the Oxford community. It is run entirely by students. Check out its website at http://www.miamistudent.net.


Communications grad to serve as trustee

Gov. John Kasich has appointed John Christopher Pascoe (Miami ’91) of Worthington, Ohio, to Miami University’s board of trustees. Pascoe was a mass communications major at Miami who also was the head engineer for WMSR. Read more.


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Events

March 30, 2017
Representations of Head Injuries in Hollywood Sports Films

The Department of Kinesiology & Health presents its biannual Alan G. Ingham Memorial Lecture, this year titled “From Tweety Bird to Tragedy: Representations of Head Injuries in Hollywood Sports Films.” Dr. Sarah K. Fields, Ph.D./J.D., University of Colorado, Denver, will speak.

6:30 p.m., McGuffey Hall 322


April 3, 2017
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

"Beyond Black and White with Kareem Abdul-Jabbar" with Abdul-Jabbar sitting for a conversation about his book "Writings on the Wall: Searching for a New Equality Beyond Black and White.” Free but required tickets will be available March 29 at the box office. Sponsored by Lecture Series.

7:30 p.m., Hall Auditorium


April 3, 2017
MJF Alumni Days Panel

MJF Alumni Days culminates with a panel discussion event. Guests include Lynn Berry Smith (host of HLN’s “Weekend Express”), Jeff Peuges (justice and homeland security correspondent for CBS News), Amy Storer Scalia (founder, publisher and editor in chief of Cincy Chic), Laura Melillo Barnum (former Executive Director of Yum! Brands Foundation), and Chris Molnar (producer of NCIS: Los Angeles).

4 p.m., Williams Hall 107


April 4, 2017
Project Civility

A panel discussion that includes speakers Leland G. Spencer, Assistant Professor of Interdisciplinary & Communication Studies on the Hamilton campus; WCPO videographer Scott Wegener, who helps at-risk youths make movies; Madison Local Schools superintendent; and a Mercy Health physician.

2 p.m., Harry Wilks Conference Center (Hamilton campus)


April 11, 2017
Social Media Guidelines for Reporting Suicide

In this 90-minute hands-on workshop for journalists, journalism students and mental health experts, two trainers will teach the strategies and language to share stories that are informative, accurate and meaningful to the communities they serve. Presenters are John Ackerman, suicide prevention coordinator with Nationwide Children’s Hospital, and Nerissa Young, lecturer in journalism at Ohio State University.

2 p.m., Williams Hall 112


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Featured Media

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    Terence MooreEpisode 18: 4/26/2016

    Terence Moore (@TMooreSports) is a national sports columnist and commentator who is a regular television contributor to CNN, ESPN "Outside the Lines and MSNBC. He also is a columnist for SportsonEarth.com, MLB.com and CNN.com. In addition, he does television work for the NFL Network, and he appears every Sunday night on a locally top-rated show in Atlanta.

  • The latest from Miami Public Radio Project

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  • Leah Veltri, project in Media Aesthetics

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