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CNN Executive Veronica Molina will return in Spring 2020 to continue conducting lectures on inclusiveness and ethics in journalism as our next distinguished visiting professor at the Center for Ethics in Jouranlism.
Last year, the School of Journalism and Strategic Media awarded more than $100,000 in scholarships to journalism majors.
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INDIGENOUS STORYTELLING SERIES
Artist Kalyn Barnoski (Cherokee)
Thursday, Apr. 9 at 6pm | The Pryor Center
(1 East Center Street, Suite 120)
Barnoski is a musician, fine artist, and graphic designer currently pursuing an M.F.A. in printmaking from the University of Arkansas. Her personal work in both visual art and music is fueled by cultural survival and creating pathways to encourage future generations of Indigenous peoples. Recently, she was awarded a grant to pursue a billboard project along the Trail of Tears to promote contemporary Indigenous artists within the tribal nations affected.