Tag School of Journalism and Mass Communication
Wisconsin Connect is the first locally-designed COVID-19 app, allowing users to both receive and give help to others in their communities while correcting state-specific misinformation trending on social media.
Through careful work with vulnerable and traumatized children, the reporters documented the unlawful use of seclusion and restraint in Illinois public schools, prompting state officials to impose an emergency ban on seclusion within a day of publication.
Yang studies what makes persuasive messaging work in today’s digital media environment, and he would like to harness this growing body of knowledge to promote health especially in the areas of tobacco control and substance abuse.
When news stories started coming out about Twitter accounts from Russia pretending to be American citizens during the 2016 U.S. Presidential elections, some UW–Madison graduate students undertook research to see how U.S. media handled those tweets.
Apoorva Mandavilli, founding editor of an autism news site will be on campus visiting classes, working with students, faculty and staff, and getting reacquainted with UW–Madison, which is also her alma mater.
The award, named for UW–Madison alumnus and Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Anthony Shadid, honors the difficult ethical decisions journalists make when telling high-impact stories.
Visiting journalist David Folkenflik was part of an expert panel Wednesday discussing this week's election.
Homecoming is an occasion often involving food, friends and football — but it’s also a time to welcome Badger alumni back to campus. …
Chris Cascio, an assistant professor of communications, studies the neurocognitive mechanisms associated with social influence and persuasive health messages delivered through mass media. His goal is to understand how we can promote healthy behaviors.
Each year, 21 students in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Wisconsin–Madison participate in a unique capstone project: writing,…
The following University of Wisconsin–Madison experts are available to speak with reporters covering the upcoming presidential debates. The first of three debates is scheduled for 8 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 26, at Hofstra University in Long Island, N.Y.
“The industry faces many pressures, yet the journalism itself has never been stronger,” Culver says.
“He was his own man,” says friend and colleague Donald Downs. “Isn’t that what a college education is supposed to instill?”
Four student employees from the Division of Recreational Sports are representing the University of Wisconsin–Madison in the BattleFrog College Championship to be televised June 9-11 at 7 p.m. on ESPN2.