UNC SCHOOL OF MEDIA AND JOURNALISM


10/29/2013 4:57pm

Mary Junck spoke in Carroll hall to a room of journalism students. Junck is the chairman of the Board of Directors at The Associated Press, as well as the President and CEO of Lee Enterprises and a graduate of the masters program at the UNC School of Journalsm. She spoke about the role of women in journalism.

Mary Junck talks industry in Women in Media series

Junck, the CEO of the news organization Lee Enterprises and chairwoman of the Associated Press Board of Directors, spoke to students in Carroll Hall Auditorium as part of the School of Journalism and Mass Communication’s Women in Media Leadership Series.


7/17/2013 12:17pm

Kenan

UNC buildings still cleaning up after flood

Campus buildings affected by the record-breaking rainfall that flooded Chapel Hill June 30 are still undergoing repairs — forcing some students to change up their normal routines.


4/1/2013 9:01pm

Film from UNC alumna stresses movement in children

Childhood movement in the early stages of life could contribute to psychological development — meaning parents should favor dance over video games — according to a new collaborative documentary co-written by a recent UNC graduate.


2/24/2013 9:07pm

	Kayla Tausche

Q&A with CNBC reporter Kayla Tausche

The UNC School of Journalism’s Women in Media Leadership speaker series attracts journalists, politicians and other influential women to deliver lectures. Kayla Tausche, a business reporter for CNBC and a UNC alumna, will speak today in the Halls of Fame room in Carroll Hall.


9/19/2012 9:07pm

Emory cuts journalism program

For the second time in two years, a major university is axing its journalism program. Emory University announced last week that it will close its journalism program in a college-wide restructuring effort.