Drake’s School of Journalism and Mass Communication educates strategic, global thinkers with diverse media and communication skills and a solid ethical underpinning who are prepared to respond to a rapidly changing media culture. The SJMC provides professional experience in a media-rich environment and professional mentors for life.
Stop by Mer. 119 and sign Carla’s retirement card SJMC dean’s assistant Carla McCrea is retiring on Wednesday after 28 years at Drake. Stop by her office, Mer. 119, to say goodbye and sign her retirement card. SJMC students win Iowa college media awards SJMC students won 25 awards last week in the Iowa College Media […]
The Times-Delphic, Urban Plains and Drake Magazine won a total of 25 awards, including nine first-place honors, in the Iowa College Media Association contest. The Times-Delphic won 10 awards: First place Investigative story, Sarah Fulton Headline writing, Courtney Fishman Second place News photo, Cody Frost Social media, Tim Webber, Courtney Fishman and Jake Bullington Third […]
On Tuesday, February 16 at 7 p.m., the E.T. Meredith Center for Magazine Studies will host Carlos Ibarra — producer, writer, actor and runner — for our Visiting Professional Series. Ibarra and a small team of young filmmakers produced a short documentary series, “Run Carlos Run,” that features Ibarra’s run across America and the stories […]
The Drake University School of Journalism and Mass Communication will be hosting a summer journalism camp at Drake University in Des Moines July 6-9, 2015. Registration is now open for the camp. Media Now Drake will include intense training for high school journalism students ready to take their digital media skills to the next level. […]
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