By Sheng Lee (@shengdanger) Tracy Zhang is a traveling scholar from Shanghai, China. After earning her degree in Advertising, Zhang went on to teach. She has been a teacher for about five years now and has come to the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh to sit in on a couple of Journalism classes. This semester, she… Read More Tracy Zhang on Social Media in China
By Ashley Raddant (@araddant) If you haven’t already started thinking about internships to enhance your resume, now is the time. The more experience you have the better your chances are of getting that dream career. I interviewed Barb Benish, the Department of Journalism’s internship coordinator, and she gave some wonderful insight on the importance of… Read More Importance of Internships for J-students
Part one of our J-Vlog series: UW Oshkosh Journalism Emphases. Real J-students talk about their experiences with exploring their special emphasis in the Journalism program. J-student Sheng Lee shares her experiences with her emphasis in Writing/Editing. Stay tuned for more on the other emphases: Public Relations, Advertising, Visual and Media Studies! Subscribe to our YouTube… Read More UW Oshkosh Journalism Emphases Series: Writing/Editing
By Lindsey Noack (@LinzCnoack) The days are getting longer, the temperatures are slowly creeping out of the negatives and the first part of the semester is about to come to a close, which can only mean one thing for UW Oshkosh students…Spring Break 2012 is finally here. Some of you might be heading off to… Read More Facebook Photo Contest: Show Off Your AP Style This Spring Break!
On February 20, Photographer’s Forum Magazine announced its winners for its 32nd Annual College Photography Contest. Among the finalists were five Journalism department students: Panhia Lee, Elizabeth Granberg, Jennifer Newlin, Adam Jungwirth and Josie Bennett. The sixth student, Deniz Cakmak, placed as an honorable mention. Winning photos are published in the fall issue of Photographer’s… Read More J-students Place in Photgrapher’s Forum Photo Contest
By Steven Vanevenhoven (@SVanevenhoven) The evolution of social media has resulted in new communication platforms known as Web 2.0. These platforms include sites such as Facebook, Twitter and You Tube. An incredibly large number of individuals are involved on these sites as they explode in popularity. However, many businesses now want to take advantage of… Read More Steven Vanevenhoven on making YouTube videos for UW Oshkosh Admissions