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The segmented boundaries between radio, television, and newspaper that have long been associated with journalism are beginning to blur. The Edward R. Murrows of today are giving “more” by converging yesterday’s journalism with tomorrow’s technology. At the MU School of Journalism, more and more students are taking the opportunity to become more than just print journalists or broadcast reporters; they are classified as a new breed known as “convergence journalists.”

Published February 22, 2008

Telling the Story of Computer Engineering

Telling the Story of Computer Engineering

Alina Zare

Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Published April 24, 2015

Walking the Walk, Talking the Talk

Walking the Walk, Talking the Talk

José Garcia

Extension Assistant Professor

Published October 30, 2007

The Vet Specialist

The Vet Specialist

Leah Cohn

Professor of Small Animal Internal Medicine

Published September 24, 2013

Practicing and Teaching Law Internationally

Practicing and Teaching Law Internationally

S. I. Strong

Manley O. Hudson Professor of Law; Senior Fellow, Center for the Study of Dispute Resolution

Published December 09, 2015

The Politics of International Aid

The Politics of International Aid

Simone Dietrich

Assistant Professor, Political Science

Published May 27, 2014