To recruit a strong upcoming Spring 2021 graduate interested in television news/digital news producing and to nurture that candidate during a 12-week paid fellowship program. Upon successful completion of the Fred Young Hearst Television Producing Fellowship, he/she will be presented with a job offer for a full-time newscast producing position with a Hearst Television station.Read more
Gainesville Veterans for Peace Chapter 14 is excited to announce our 7th annual Peace Scholarship Program for the spring of 2021.
Deadline for Application is April 23rd
MCDA is excited to offer our REAL Workshop Series to our students. REAL TALK is our comprehensive diversity education program. REAL stands for “Respect, Equity and Allyship for Leaders” and gradually introduces participants to key concepts of diversity education and identity exploration.Read more
The Career Connections Center is excited to announce a new opportunity for you: Micro Internships! Take part in short-term, professional work experiences.Read more
The Knight Division of the College of Journalism and Communications is seeking student assistants for the PATH office front desk for Spring 2021. Students with a variety of talents and knowledge, from all four disciplines in the college are desired.Read more
Now in its 36th year, IRTS has earned the reputation of being one of the best ways for diverse students & recent grads to get a jump start in their careers.
Date: November 12,13, & 14
Time: 11am- 3pm each day
Wearable devices such as smartwatches could play an increasingly important role in healthcare. But providers have given wearable devices mixed reviews: while some laud their contribution to patient care, others are more skeptical of their accuracy and efficacy. As wearable technology evolves, it’s important to gather provider insights about the technology’s most helpful kind of information, along with its best presentation and incorporation into clinical practice.Read more
Who: Graduating high school seniors and college students planning to pursue a career in journalism can apply for scholarship awards up to $2,000. Students who attended a high school in Florida or attend or expect to attend a college or university in Florida are eligible to apply, including graduate students.…Read more
Dear Students: We are grateful to all of you who participated in our Student Town Hall on June 5. We appreciate how much you shared and admire your courage for being open about what’s on your mind and in your heart. We heard you and your desire for a continued…Read more
By Yewande Addie Pro Master’s students Alejandro Aguirre, Rafael Rivera, Steven Cheney and Austyn Szempruch built a website to educate the public about the field of palliative care, which is provided to those diagnosed with a life-limiting disease. The mission of the site is to create a healthier dialogue about…Read more
Dear Alumni: I hope you are all faring well during these difficult times. I wanted to give a quick update on developments at the College. All classes will be provided online through the Spring semester and into the first Summer session. I am happy to report that the first week of…Read more
University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications students, staff and alumni have received more than 125 awards for their work in print, radio, television and online. The Hearst Journalism Awards competition garnered two national championships for CJC. Telecommunication senior Delores Hinckley and Telecommunication junior David Jones were first place…Read more