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School of Journalism and Mass Communications

Today’s journalism is changing at lightning speed, and the same can be said for advertising, public relations, visual communications and mass communications studies. In other words, all of the majors in our school. The spectrum of opportunities to tell stories with words, photos and video is exploding. Here you’ll explore online news media, digital publishing, social media, microtargeting and viral communication in our classes and in future careers.

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Ken Baldwin: A tribute

Kenneth W. Baldwin Jr., one of the most dedicated benefactors of the School of Journalism and Mass Communications, died Monday at the age of 96.

CreateAthon@UofSC seeking nonprofits in need of marketing communications

The University of South Carolina is accepting applications from area nonprofits for the annual CreateAthon@UofSC, scheduled for Nov. 4 at the School of Journalism and Mass Communications. Selected nonprofits receive free communication materials including websites, brochures, letterheads, business cards, logos, posters, press releases and more.

Students learn to find the human experience in business journalism

The Baldwin Business and Financial Journalism Initiative is changing the mold, encouraging students to embrace a form of business journalism that goes beyond the numbers. Just in its fourth year, this program has evolved quickly and led two journalism students, Connor Hart and Emma Dooling, to win multiple awards.

How to brainstorm brilliant ideas in teams - without sliding into 'group think'

Sharing ideas can get messy when colleagues don't understand or support novel concepts - or if they shut them down altogether. Visual communications professor Sabrina Habib writes for The Conversation on concrete ways to facilitate idea generation, both individually and in groups.

Countries with lower-than-expected vaccination rates show unusually negative attitudes to vaccines on Twitter

Journalism and mass communications professor Jungmi Jun writes for The Conversation on the influence emotions toward vaccines may have on whether a person decides to get a COVID-19 vaccination or not.

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