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  • "Mississippi Votes: Looking Back, Moving Forward" Documentary

    "Mississippi Votes: Looking Back, Moving Forward" Documentary

    “Mississippi Votes: Looking Back, Moving Forward,” a documentary project of two reporting classes at the Meek School of Journalism & New Media, will debut at 1:00 p.m. December 1 in the Overby Center auditorium. The half-hour documentary looks at the recent 2016 elections from a Mississippi perspective, focusing especially... Read More

    Careers in Non-Profit Communications

    Careers in Non-Profit Communications

    Four alumnae of Meek School classes spoke on a panel about their careers in non-profit communication to the PR Case Studies class taught by Robin Street on Nov. 3. Pictured, left to right, are: (front row) Kate Rosson, communications manager for staff and volunteers with The American Cancer Society Global... Read More

    Election Eve Visit Brings Back Memories of Ole Miss Presidential Debate

    Election Eve Visit Brings Back Memories of Ole Miss Presidential Debate

    Janet Brown, long-time executive director of the Commission on Presidential Debates returned to the Ole Miss campus on November 7 to talk about one of the most exciting and challenging election seasons in American history. Brown shared her views on the importance of the debates to the democratic process... Read More

    Meek Prof Becomes First to Achieve Academic Honor at UK University

    Meek Prof Becomes First to Achieve Academic Honor at UK University

    dr-wenger-web-5-meeksiteA love of learning and a willingness to try new things are two key characteristics of Dr. Debora Wenger’s approach to her life and career. For that reason, it didn’t come as a big surprise to the dean of the... Read More

    Recent Graduate Clancy Smith Returns to The Meek School  Shares Insights into Career in Government Relations

    Recent Graduate Clancy Smith Returns to The Meek School Shares Insights into Career in Government Relations

    Communicating is hard enough. But try communicating on behalf of 122 different personalities.
    That’s the situation facing Clancy Smith, a 2015 graduate of The Meek School of Journalism and New Media, in her new job as House Information Officer for the 122- member Mississippi House...
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    Berkley Hudson and his brother at the Meek School tent before the Auburn game. Read More

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