Norman Lear spoke about the impact of his friend Bob Schiller, in an October interview with Taylor Cole Miller.
Grady faculty member interviews Norman Lear for research project November 16, 2017 [caption id="attachment_12256" align="alignright" width="410"] Norman Lear and Taylor Cole Miller, Oct. 2017[/caption] In October, Taylor Cole Miller, assistant professor of Entertainment and Me... read more about Grady faculty member interviews Norman Lear for research project
Grady students represent UGA at SEC Entrepreneurial Pitch Competition November 13, 2017 Two Grady students and their start-up business were selected to represent the University of Georgia at the Southeastern Conference Entrepreneurial Pitch Competition. Jackie Long, a journalism ma... read more about Grady students represent UGA at SEC Entrepreneurial Pitch Competition
UGA is poised to develop the state’s first fully online master’s degree programs in emerging media beginning in Fall 2018.
Grady’s Emerging Media master’s program to receive UGA online development grant November 8, 2017 Grady College is pleased to announce that its Emerging Media program is one of two initial university programs to receive an Online Course Innovation Grant offered by the Office of Online Learning ... read more about Grady’s Emerging Media master’s program to receive UGA online development grant
Grady College alumna honored with 2017 Makovsky Best Master’s Thesis of the Year Award November 7, 2017 Ruoyu Sun’s thesis investigated the risk perception and purchase intention of Millennials in China and the U.S. toward genetically modified food   The Institute for Public Relations has aw... read more about Grady College alumna honored with 2017 Makovsky Best Master’s Thesis of the Year Award
Former broadcaster and reporter Ruth Anne Harnisch will discuss the power of storytelling over lunch Nov. 8, 2017
Ruth Ann Harnisch to discuss ‘Leadership, Storytelling and Social Purpose’ November 3, 2017 Film screening of ‘Columbus’ to follow in the afternoon   Philanthropist and Harnisch Foundation founder Ruth Ann Harnisch will discuss “Leadership, Storytelling and Social Purpose” at Gra... read more about Ruth Ann Harnisch to discuss ‘Leadership, Storytelling and Social Purpose’
Recent Ph.d. graduate student Jessica Maddox and Grady College faculty members Jay Hamilton, Bart Wojdynski and Barry Hollander, study fake news with a critical eye. Photo: Terry Allen
Making sense of fake news November 3, 2017 (This feature was originally written for and printed in University of Georgia Research. It is reprinted with permission.) A year ago, a contentious election culminated in a new president for the... read more about Making sense of fake news
McGill lecturer to recount experiences covering the Taliban and ISIS October 30, 2017 Five guest journalists to lead conversations about courage in journalism A journalist and author who has written about her experiences covering terrorism in some of the world’s most dangerous co... read more about McGill lecturer to recount experiences covering the Taliban and ISIS
A new book by Shira Chess challenges gamers and game developers to change their thinking about both women and games.
Chess explores how video games are marketed to and portray women in new book October 23, 2017 Note: Shira Chess will discuss her new book at Avid Bookshop on Prince Avenue, on Thursday, Oct. 26, 2017 at 6:30 p.m. All are welcome to attend. While society focuses on men playing “Call of Du... read more about Chess explores how video games are marketed to and portray women in new book
The 2017 McGill Fellows include (top row, l. to r.): S.K. Bowen, Kristin Bradshaw, Mary Carol Butterfield, Lindsey Conway, Emily Giambalvo, Zach Hansen; (bottom row, l. to r.): Noelle Lashley, Saleen Martin, Nicolle Sartain, Maureen Sheeran, Mollie Simon and Sammy Smith.
Journalism students named 2017 McGill Fellows October 20, 2017 Twelve undergraduate and graduate students have been named McGill Fellows by the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication. They were selected by a faculty committee “for their strength... read more about Journalism students named 2017 McGill Fellows
Peabody Awards adds two members to Board of Jurors October 19, 2017 Joshua Brand, veteran writer/producer/director, and Mike Monello, founder of Campfire and co-creator of "The Blair Witch Project," bring diverse experience and insight to prestigious board   ... read more about Peabody Awards adds two members to Board of Jurors