"Make Room For Pie" documentary nominated for Mid-America Emmy
"Make Room for Pie, " produced by School of Journalism and Strategic Media chair Larry
Foley, has been nominated for a Mid America Emmy for Lifestyle Program. Instructor
Hayot Tuychiev has received a nomination for editing.
Ron Robinson, of Little Rock, a University of Arkansas graduate, the former leader
of Arkansas’ largest advertising and public relations firm, and a long-time supporter
of the U of A School of Journalism and Strategic Media died Tuesday, Aug. 14 after
a long illness. He was 75.
Student teams from the University of Arkansas School of Journalism and Strategic Media
won both first and second place in the 2017-18 Collegiate ECHO Marketing Challenge.
THE ARKANSAS TRAVELER
"Get real-world experience. Get paid for it."
Write for an award-winning student newspaper with a rich history. The Arkansas Traveler is currently recruiting for writers and account executives. Email resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org or drop it off in the Student Media office, Kimpel 109.
Prepare for a career as a writer, reporter and editor. Emphasis on research and investigative skills. Learn news judgment and ethical standards.
Prepare for a career as a producer, reporter, videographer, anchor and director. Learn reporting, writing, shooting and editing. Hands-on television and radio labs.
Prepare for a career developing and managing advertising and public relations campaigns and designing and creating ads. Learn the theories and skills of how to create persuasive messages.
Students can select from a variety of concentrations, such as Documentary Film, Strategic Advertising & Public Relations or take courses in a variety of topics. Students may choose to pursue a traditional research thesis, create a documentary film, or a special project.
The purpose of the center is to foster the study and practice of the journalistic principles of accuracy, fairness, and service to the public.