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Current Journalism and Media Studies News
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A new public communication lab is helping students, staff and community members improve their speaking skills.
A collection of stories highlighting UNLV faculty and students who made the news in 2019.
Ryan Brunty's melancholy, vulnerable yeti, Yerman, has become a sensation locally and online. Now it's making its way to Hot Topic.
Alumna Jaimee Newberry turns a mommy-daughter holiday project into a booming custom clothing company.
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Journalism and Media Studies In The News
A team of communication and journalism researchers recently published a study about sources of information and vaccination intention in the Atlantic Journal of Communication. The team included Carolyn A. Lin, a professor of communication, and Xiaowen Xu, a doctoral candidate in communication, both of UConn; and Linda Dam, a journalism professor at the University of Nevada Las Vegas. Lin discussed the evolving role of communication and how it can influence our health care decisions with UConn Today.
Honoring The Best Marketing, Communications, Educational Materials, and Programs for Older Adults
“It was a real feast or famine for me this year,” sums up writer Kelly Thompson when thinking back on 2019, a 12-month period in which her workload went from several projects across multiple lines of characters to the solo adventures of a single Avenger and back again.
A new UNLV class is placing students in the middle of crime scenes.
Naples-based Beasley Broadcast Group has jumped on the esports bandwagon.
Ashton Ridley had 15 years experience working in public radio in Las Vegas at KCEP-FM before landing his new role as general manager of UNLV's public radio station, KUNV-FM 91.5 "Jazz and More."