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Broadcast majors Cory McCauley (left) and Dominique Jeffries anchor the award-winning student newscast on SJ&B's NewsChannel 12.Various faculty interacting with studentsStudents working together Graduation CeremonyMany thanks to Jon Fleischaker and Kim Greene whose generosity to WKU brought SJ&B a visit from Nobel Peace Prize nominee and Colombian Journalist Jineth Bedoya, the first recipient of the Fleischaker/Greene Award for Courageous International Reporting. Participating in the award presentation are (from left) SJ&B Director Dr. Loup Langton, Kim Greene, WKU President Gary A. Ransdell, Jineth Bedoya and Jon Fleischaker.

Broadcast majors Cory McCauley (left) and Dominique Jeffries anchor the award-winning student newscast on SJ&B's NewsChannel 12.

(Photo by Photojournalism Major Gary A. Gordon)

Many thanks to Jon Fleischaker and Kim Greene whose generosity to WKU brought SJ&B a visit from Nobel Peace Prize nominee and Colombian Journalist Jineth Bedoya, the first recipient of the Fleischaker/Greene Award for Courageous International Reporting. Participating in the award presentation are (from left) SJ&B Director Dr. Loup Langton, Kim Greene, WKU President Gary A. Ransdell, Jineth Bedoya and Jon Fleischaker.

Photo by Photojournalism major Gabriel Scarlett


  

 

 


Our Focus Is Your Future

WKU’s School of Journalism & Broadcasting (SJ&B), accredited by ACEJMC, blends innovative education with emerging technology to prepare you for leadership in a changing media environment.

While you study in one of six majors or four minors – advertising, broadcasting, film, journalism, photojournalism or public relations – the school offers an overall experience to support your success.

SJ&B’s focus on content, ethics and technology is built with your future career choice in mind. Remember, our focus is your future.

    

  

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