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We are recognized as a leading member of the prestigious Carnegie-Knight Initiative on the Future of Journalism Education. The school has earned national and international championships in journalism, public relations and graphic design. Increasing the annual fund to provide flexible dollars to seize opportunities for students and faculty will ensure we maintain our position and reputation as a leader in media and journalism education.

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    Pursuing passions

    “I’m a first-generation college student, and college was definitely in the plans because my mom knew the importance of education.”


    Changing The Media Landscape

    The media industry is a rapidly changing one. A gift from the Curtis Foundation will ensure Carolina media and journalism students adapt to those changes.

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    Karen L. Parker

    Parker became the first black female undergraduate to enroll at the University and graduated in 1965...

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    W. Horace Carter

    His writing resulted in more than 100 convictions of Klansmen and earned him the 1953 Pulitzer Prize for meritorious public service...

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    Recoding the Boys’ Club

    The first in-depth study of women’s experiences working in political technology at the presidential campaign level.

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    Turning Creative Dreams Into Workroom Realities

    “It is the living definition of a blank canvas...”