Calling all interns! The Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication seeks student perspectives on internship experiences as it hosts its second annual Greenlee Summer Intern Blogging Contest. Whether you’re doing an official 499A internship, testing the internship waters for the first time or embarking on your second, third or fourth internship, all current Greenlee majors … Continue reading 2017 Greenlee Summer Intern Blogging Contest
Journalists have the obligation to afflict the comfortable and comfort the afflicted. They give voice to the voiceless and provide a microphone to their macro-thoughts. Courtney Crowder of the Des Moines Register and Jaden Urbi, senior in journalism and mass communication, have proven their commitment to these ideas through their work highlighting underrepresented groups. The … Continue reading Journalists shine light on diverse communities in Iowa
Iowa State University won four awards Saturday in the American Advertising Awards Student Competition, presented by the American Advertising Federation’s Des Moines chapter. Madelynne Garrett, Caleb Morningstar and Ana Ramirez were recognized in the Cross-Platform, Integrated Campaign category for their work on a Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) Integrated Advertisement, which encouraged undeclared Iowa … Continue reading Greenlee students take home four silver American Advertising Awards
Associate Professor Jay Newell placed the ISU Media Planning students’ research/think piece on the dramatically changing role of Iowa television in presidential political advertising on the front of Sunday’s editorial section of the Cedar Rapids Gazette (circulation 55,000). The story links to a Greenlee webpage with photo and student credits, as well as access to … Continue reading Newell’s Media Planning class published in The Gazette
It’s one thing to learn journalism principles in a classroom. It’s another thing to see professional journalists in action. As the recipient of the 2016 [Hugh S. Sidey Scholarship in Print Journalism at the Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication](https://www.greenlee.iastate.edu/hugh-s-sidey-scholarship-print-journalism), junior [Alexander Hanson](https://www.greenlee.iastate.edu/awards/sidey/2016) received a $5,000 scholarship and behind-the-scenes access to various media outlets as … Continue reading Hugh S. Sidey scholarship recipient returns from D.C.
It’s an opportunity many reporters only get to dream about — reporting for TIME magazine during an election year. But recent Iowa State graduate Lissandra Villa didn’t have to wait years to land this reporting gig. Or even months. She got this amazing opportunity while she was still in school. Earlier in the year, the … Continue reading Greenlee Grad Interns at TIME
Not only will Emily Barske assume the role of editor in chief of the Iowa State Daily this fall, but the senior in journalism and mass communication will also attend the 2016 Excellence in Journalism conference as a Columbia Journalism School Student Fellow. Barske is one of five student fellows selected from schools across the … Continue reading Barske Selected as Columbia Journalism School Student Fellow
Student organizations and students from each of Greenlee’s three majors — advertising, journalism and mass communication, and public relations — earned distinctions as some of the best, locally and nationally, in the last year.