The School of Journalism and Strategic Media is dedicated to excellence in teaching, research and media discourse. Students in our journalism degree programs receive instruction, guidance and access to hands-on experience from our seasoned, award-winning faculty and staff. Areas of study include news editorial and reporting, broadcast, public relations, advertising and digital media.
Discover public events, workshops and center resources for current ethics issues and challenges in journalism at SJSM's Center for Ethics in Journalism.
Develop media skills, build a portfolio and hone your craft in one of the six student media options at SJSM including UATV, KXUA, Main Hill Agency and the historical Arkansas Traveler.
A degree from SJSM can equip you with the skills, training and experience needed to confidently step into a media career and more.
Tevin Wooten is a 2014 University of Arkansas alumnus with a bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism. He has been hired as an on-camera meteorologist for The Weather Channel.
"Tevin has been focused on a career in weather reporting for years, and he's earned this new opportunity. He pioneered weather coverage at UATV, the campus TV station, and he received national recognition for team coverage of the Faulkner County tornado when he was an undergrad. Tevin is not only a hard working, talented pro, but he's a wonderful person, and we're really proud of him. He's come a long way from when he arrived on our campus from Camden, yet he remains humble and totally connected to his roots."Larry Foley, Chair of the School of Journalism and Strategic Media, speaks on his experience in teaching and working with Tevin Wooten. Read more about Tevin's new career venture.
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Wednesday, October 17 | 12 - 3 p.m. EST
Global Ethics Day 2018 - Lecturer: Steven Holmes
Thursday, October 18
Reception: 5:30 p.m. | Lecture: 6 p.m.
Shollmier Hall - Room 250