Despite spending half of spring semester apart during the pandemic, some students in Lecturer Gerald Witt’s digital news class got published and scored internships.
Kylie Hubbard is ready for her next story. Hubbard has concluded her third semester as editor-in-chief of UT’s independent student newspaper, the Daily Beacon. She graduated this month with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and electronic media.
Melanie Faizer encourages her digital news reporting students to fill gaps in local journalism by sleuthing out hard-hitting stories on significant news topics.
Sixteen students in a documentary production class at UT have spent much of the fall semester at Oak Ridge National Laboratory doing interviews and filming to make a 30-minute documentary about the Spallation Neutron Source.
Each spring, professor Rob Heller from UT’s School of Journalism and Electronic Media in the College of Communication and Information takes his advanced photojournalism students to LaFollette, Tennessee, to find and photograph stories in the Campbell County community of 7,000, about 45 miles north of Knoxville.
Journalism PhD student Charli Kerns has fought her way through whitewater rapids and cascaded over waterfalls in her canoe. Knowing that adrenaline rush, she doesn’t get too stressed out over research, writing, or teaching a class.
Welcome Home Brother, a film created by two recent UT graduates as part of Land Grant Films’ Defender of Dreams documentary series, received a nomination in the topical documentary category of the Midsouth Regional Emmys.
A faculty member and a group of graduate students from UT’s School of Journalism and Electronic Media will be providing real-time election analysis for WVLT tonight.
East Tennessee PBS will air five microdocumentaries on area veterans created by UT School of Journalism students, Land Grant Films, and UT-licensed public radio station WUOT.
Catherine Luther, director of the School of Journalism and Electronic Media in the College of Communication and Information, is among 25 professors nationwide chosen to participate in the Television Academy Foundation’s 2018 Faculty Seminar Program.
UT senior and Knoxville native Andrew Capps spent seven months interviewing experts, attorneys, and victims about their experiences with hate crimes across America.
Two documentaries with ties to UT’s School of Journalism and Electronic Media and Land Grant Films took home awards at the 2018 Knox Film Festival.