UNC Hussman School of Journalism and Media

At the UNC Hussman School of Journalism and Media, 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 Hussman School of Journalism and Media 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.

Hussman School of Journalism and Media Funding Priorities

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Four seed grant recipients.
Faculty Support

Planting Seeds of Success

Four UNC Hussman faculty members awarded seed grants for innovative research

Carolina Covenant Scholar Noah Long '20 poses on the campus of UNC-Chapel Hill.
Student Support

Noah Long ’20: ‘So Much More than Money’

From hiking 400 miles of the Appalachian Trail to tackling the academic rigor of UNC-Chapel Hill — Noah Long ’20 does not shy from a challenge.

Carolina Covenant Scholar Amber Friel poses on the campus of UNC-Chapel Hill.
Student Support

Amber Friel ’22: Community Support

Throughout her time at Carolina, Amber Friel '22 has helped shape her community through service and engagement.

Valentina Arismendi

An Unconventional Path to Success

“What do you want to do next, and what do you have to do to get there?”

Alumni

‘Recoding the Boys’ Club’

Women at the intersection of politics and technology

Nikole Hannah-Jones portait
Alumni

Carolina alumni Pulitzer winners spark national conversations

Six UNC Hussman School of Journalism and Media graduates were awarded 2020 Pulitzer Prizes for their work on projects that sparked national conversations and recognition.