JEM students and faculty shine at Chicago conference
Between August 9-12, educators and students from across the journalism and media studies community gathered in Chicago for the 2017 conference of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC). Among them were several esteemed students and faculty from the UT CCI School of Journalism and Electronic Media.
Recent master’s graduate Amanda Martin, and professors Mark Harmon and Barbara Kaye received the top paper award in the James Murphy faculty paper competition for their work, “Silly Meets Serious: Discursive Integration and the Stewart/Colbert Era.”
Mirjana Pantic, a 2017 CCI PhD grad, received a top paper award in … Read more “JEM students and faculty shine at Chicago conference”
The Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication will be holding its annual conference in San Francisco this week. The School of Journalism and Electronic Media at the University of Tennessee will be well represented at the international conference. Faculty and graduate students from the school will present research, accept awards and talk about their innovative teaching.
Professor Julie Andsager will accept the Outstanding Woman in Journalism and Mass Communication Education Award, from the Commission on the Status of Women.
Professor Mark Harmon will accept the Edward J. Bliss Award for Distinguished Broadcast Journalism Education, from the Electronic … Read more “2015 AEJMC”
Kaye, Johnson (U of Texas, Austin) articles named as part of the Top 50 articles ever published
Professor Barb Kaye and Tom Johnson (U of Texas Austin) had two of their articles named as part of the Top 50 articles ever published in Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly. Criteria were number of citations and impact on the field.
The two articles are:
Thomas J. Johnson and Barbara K. Kaye, “Wag the blog: How reliance on traditional media and the Internet influence credibility perceptions of weblogs among blog users,” Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 81 (3, 2004): 622-642.
Thomas J. Johnson and Barbara K. Kaye, “Cruising is believing? Comparing Internet … Read more “Kaye, Johnson (U of Texas, Austin) articles named as part of the Top 50 articles ever published”
Dr. Barbara Kaye wins AAF Big Wig Awards Educator of the Year
Dr. Barbara Kaye was honored as the Educator of the Year in the 2011 Big Wig Awards for her excellence in educating the advertisers and journalists of tomorrow.
The Advertising Federation-Knoxville’s Big Wig Awards were created to celebrate the people who are instrumental in others receiving ADDY awards.
Click here for more information on the AAF-Knoxville.