- Scholarships & Grants
- Student Organizations
- Student Media
- KBA WKU Radio Talent Institute
- Ky. High School Media Institute
- Student Internships/Jobs/Fellowships
- Position Openings
- Lab/Equipment Checkout Hours
- Summer Workshops
- Fleischaker-Greene Scholars in First Amendment Studies
- John B. Gaines Family Lecture Series
- Student Projects
- To prepare students for a changing media environment by focusing on content, ethics and technology
- Community Impact and Service: Integrate a spirit of social awareness and community service among students, faculty and staff
- Digital Media Technology and Responsible Social Media Integration: Promote an integrated Digital Media and Social Media approach to both education and creativity among faculty and students
- Hands-On Curriculum: Maintain a curriculum that emphasizes hands-on learning and reflects global professional practices
- Internationally Recognized and Diverse Faculty: Develop and support a top-tier faculty that leads its respective profession through effective teaching, creative work and active engagement in scholarship
- Spirit of Innovation: Promote a culture of innovation and entrepreneurial thinking among faculty and students.
- Embrace Collaboration: Encourage collaboration as an opportunity to innovate and create strategic partnerships among all the disciplines
|A Tradition of Excellence|
Since 1979, when it was only two years old, the Department of Journalism has been nationally accredited by the Accrediting Council on Education for Journalism and Mass Communications. The department was re-accredited in 1997-98. In 1999 the department merged with the broadcasting program and the University created the School of Journalism & Broadcasting.
In 2004 and again in 2010, the School in its new configuration was re-accredited. Being accredited means the school adheres to high standards, including emphasis in liberal arts and sciences education in the attainment of a professional communications degree. The majors in advertising, broadcasting, news/editorial journalism, public relations and photojournalism are scrutinized by the council, which is made up of educators and representatives of 20 professional and six educational communication organizations in the United States.
Adam Wolffbrandt wins 2015 Hearst National Multimedia Championship; Grad Katie Meek among finalists
SJ&B students win all four competitions; Meek, Wolffbrandt qualify for national finals
Six SJ&B students, Three Alums To Attend INMA Conference in New York City To Manage Editorial Coverage
Badjie, Blommel Receive Best in Show Distinctions
Capstone Project Earns Parthenon Third Year in a Row
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