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Celebrating 100 Years of Excellence and Innovation

(click to view the Journalism Centennial website)

  • Liz and Les Carpenter Scholarship in Journalism

    Family and friends of Liz and Les Carpenter have pledged their support for an endowed scholarship to honor two of the University of Texas at Austin’s most distinguished journalism grads.

    Undergrads Show Off iPhone Apps They Built

    WeatherVain wins top award at demo day for apps built in UT's Mobile News Apps Design course.

    Journalism Really Can Take You Anywhere

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Admiral William H. McRaven, a 1977 J-school grad, United States Navy, commander of the United States Special Operations Command, will deliver the keynote address at the 131st Spring Commencement of The UT-Austin.

    LCAE Introduces Writing Support for Journalism

    The Longhorn Center for Academic Excellence is launching a pilot for a Journalism Writing Center designed to help students struggling with their writing.

  • J School Alum Wins Political Reporting Honor

    Keren Tumulty, class of 1977, has received the Toner Award for Excellence in Political Journalism for her work at the Washington Post.

    The New Director of the School of Journalism Starting in August

    R.B. Brenner, deputy director of the journalism program at Stanford University, will be the new director of the School of Journalism in the Moody College of Communication starting in August.

    More Chaos, Less Fear: How Journalism Looks Now

    John Schwartz, national correspondent of the New York Times and former Daily Texan editor, spoke about the promising future of journalism.

    UT Journalism By the Numbers

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Our new infographic offers a visual roadmap to the renovations and innovations in journalism education as we celebrate our 2014 Centennial year.

We strive to give our students the tools they need to explore career opportunities & the expanding new-media frontier – reporting, writing & multimedia skills, as well as those designed for the application of critical thinking, context-building & ethics. How to apply



Check out what our talented students have produced in our media classes.


UT Students joined Dr. Kris Wilson in Australia, reporting on climate change. Click here to read more about this year's program. Also, check out the student blogs here.

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