UNC School of Media and Journalism

At the UNC School of Media and Journalism, we believe in the transformational power of communication. Informed debate and discussion are at the heart of democracy. It’s up to us to train and inspire the next generation with the tools, insights and values to ignite the public conversation in our state, nation and world. Today’s society gathers and interacts with information in ever-evolving ways. The UNC School of Media and Journalism is on the cutting edge of that change. We analyze data, connect it to the public and deliver it with complete and accurate storytelling. Our graduates are responsible, creative and dynamic communicators who understand media business models. With your support, we can maximize their impact on society and the industries we serve.

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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...”

Student Support

An unexpected pairing

Thanks to the Lookout Fellows Program, Chuka Akpom is growing personally and professionally.

Research

Setting New Standards

"I liked making sense of what other people couldn't seem to see."