Connect With Fellow UW Oshkosh Journalism Alumni on Facebook

By Taylor Kuehl (@TaylorKuehlUWO) Are you interested in tapping into a special network of media professionals that connects alumni and current University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh journalism department students? A Facebook group named UW Oshkosh Journalism Alumni & Students is the perfect place to do so! Reasoning Behind The Facebook Page Cindy Schultz, academic department associate, said… Read More Connect With Fellow UW Oshkosh Journalism Alumni on Facebook

Senior Wisdom: Getting to Know Journalism Faculty Members

By William Waschow Since becoming a senior at UW Oshkosh, I have reflected on how important it is to find a professor that is right for your learning style. When I first enrolled in the Department of Journalism as a public relations student, I gained insight into each professors’ different and individual style. They differ… Read More Senior Wisdom: Getting to Know Journalism Faculty Members

UW Oshkosh Journalism Alumnus “Moved Fast With Stable Infra”

By Taylor Kuehl (@TaylorKuehlUWO) Self-proclaimed advertising nerd, Brody Karmenzind, received a Bachelor of Science degree in Journalism, with an emphasis in advertising in 2014. After graduation, he gained invaluable experience while working for Pandora. It was when the opportunity to work for Facebook presented itself, that Karmenzind jumped at the chance to continue to grow within… Read More UW Oshkosh Journalism Alumnus “Moved Fast With Stable Infra”

The Trend of Google Analytics

By Allie Weitekamp (@weitekamp_allie) In the Journalism Department, one of the major tools professors are discussing in classes is Google Analytics. Google Analytics is a tool to study how users are interacting with web pages and blogs. It also helps measure advertising ROI, track Flash, video and social networking sites. Google states, “Google Analytics makes… Read More The Trend of Google Analytics

The Advisory Board Provides Employer Perspective

By Ashley Larson (@aelarson6) The Department of Journalism at UW Oshkosh is committed to providing students with the knowledge and skills relevant for today’s job market. In order to keep curriculum as current as possible, the department utilizes feedback from a group of industry professionals called the advisory board. John Giesfeldt, a board member and… Read More The Advisory Board Provides Employer Perspective