Center for Ethics in Journalism
The Center for Ethics in Journalism, of the Walter J. Lemke Department of Journalism at the University of Arkansas, fosters the study and practice of the principles of accuracy, fairness and service to the public in editorial/news in all media; in video and audio formats; and in advertising and public relations.
The website is not just for UA students and faculty but designed to inform interested citizens as well as professional journalists and teachers of all forms of media at any level.The Center for Ethics in Journalism
The center conducts public events on media ethics. Programs are announced in the Upcoming Events section of this website. Other sections of timely material on the website will include:
- Ethics in the News — Journalism ethics from today’s headlines
- Ethics and Educators — Journalism educators can find assistance on teaching ethics with these posts
About the Center details its mission as well as having pages for sources, FAQs, contact information and staff bios. Also of interest are links to codes of ethics or conduct of various media associations. The center staff can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.