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NMSU Department of Journalism and Media Studies ranked among top 50 journalism programs in U.S.

NMSU Department of Journalism and Media Studies ranked among top 50 journalism programs in U.S.

Advising opens Nov. 2

Don’t forget that student advising for the Spring 2021 Semester opens on Monday, Nov. 2!

Sierra Middle School students visit the Department of Journalism and Media Studies

Approximately 75 eighth-graders from Sierra Middle School’s media magnet program visited the NMSU journalism department Friday, Jan. 18. Two...

Giving Tuesday event, Dec. 3

Don’t forget Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2019, marks our annual Giving Tuesday event at NMSU!

New student lounge opens in Milton Hall

The NMSU Department of Journalism and Media Studies opened a new student lounge inside Milton Hall Oct. 31.

Journalism department to host documentary film screening

The NMSU Department of Journalism and Media Studies in cooperation with the College of Arts and Sciences and the departments of history and...

Historic newspapers on display in Milton Hall

Carol Meyers remembers her mom as a history buff and news junkie. She read the newspaper every day with her morning coffee and was known to friends...

News22 in the headlines

News22 itself became the subject of a local news story when the Las Cruces Sun-News published a piece June 15 highlighting the success of News22...

Newsletter: Department of Journalism and Media Studies (2018–2019)

Another academic year at New Mexico State University has come to a close. Read Volume 1, Issue 1, of the official NMSU Department of Journalism and...

Congratulations to our graduating seniors

The faculty and staff in the Department of Journalism and Media Studies at New Mexico State University would like to extend heartfelt...

U.N. secretary general speaks out about press freedom

In honor of today’s World Press Freedom Day designation, United Nations Secretary General H.E. António Guterres published a video...

Students invited to join national conversation

Three students from the Department of Journalism and Media Studies traveled to the Midwest this weekend to participate in a National Millennial...

Ad students travel to CU Boulder

A group of nine advertising students from the NMSU Department of Journalism and Media Studies traveled to the Denver area this weekend to...

Students work with top military brass

Six NMSU journalism students participated in a media training exercise April 12 at Fort Bliss in El Paso, Texas. The exercise was designed to...

Journalism staff, faculty receive awards

Carol Meyers and Mary Lamonica both received special awards this month. Meyers, who is an administrative assistant in the NMSU Department of...

Journalism students recognized at regional conference

Two NMSU students from the Department of Journalism and Media Studies were recognized last weekend at the Society of Professional Journalists...

Marketing exec Bill Imada on campus

Bill Imada, the founder, chairman and chief connectivity officer of IW Group, a Los Angeles based minority-owned and operated advertising and...

Kokopelli on the road

Kokopelli staff reporter, photojournalist and J&MS freshman Eli K. Whitney traveled to Las Vegas, Nevada, last week to cover the WAC...

Gadsden Middle School students learn about journalism

Hundreds of school children crowded into the gymnasium at Gadsden Middle School in Anthony, New Mexico, Wednesday, Feb. 6, for a career day event....

Roger Mellen retires

Roger Mellen retired in December 2018 after teaching for more than ten years in the NMSU Department of Journalism and Media Studies. Mellen taught...

Giving Tuesday event Nov. 27

Don’t forget Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2018, marks our annual Giving Tuesday event at NMSU! Last year’s event brought in more than $2.5 million...

Dow Jones internship deadline extended

The Dow Jones News Fund has extended its deadline to Nov. 12 for students to apply and test for 2019 paid, summer internships in data journalism,...

Journalism professor releases new book

NMSU Associate Professor Bruce Berman’s new book titled “Cutting the Wire” was released earlier this month by University of New...

Teri Schultz to visit NMSU journalism department

Internationally recognized reporter and NMSU alumna Teri Schultz will be on campus visiting journalism classes and speaking with NMSU journalism...

Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist to lecture at Milton Hall

The NMSU Department of Journalism and Media Studies, with generous help from the New Mexico Humanities Council, is honored to present Pulitzer...

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