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To find what you are looking for, simply select from the choices above for information on undergraduate, master’s and Ph.D. programs. From there you can access your department website, view course information and access other resources.

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Las Vegas Review Journal

Four CJC Alums Cover the Largest Mass Murder in American History

October 17, 2017

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Janice Krieger

Janice Krieger Leads Research Program at UF Health Cancer Center

October 17, 2017

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Frank LoMonte Comments on College Cheerleaders Taking a Knee During a Sporting Event

October 17, 2017

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Norm Lewis

Norm Lewis Co-Authors Paper on Data Journalism and Its Effect on Recent Elections

October 17, 2017

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Oct 25

CJC Career Day

9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
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Veterans Day
Nov 10

Veteran’s Day Holiday

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Dec 6

Fall Semester Classes End

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Dec 15

Doctoral Commencement

4 p.m.
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CJC Insights

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The Back-of-the-Envelope Guide to Communications Strategy


Communications strategy should be flexible, scrappy, and accessible to everyone on your team. This four-question framework, rooted in social science, can help organizations craft an effective strategy that drives real social change.

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Protecting Journalists and the First Amendment


When the government attempts to restrict journalists, there are superheroes behind the scenes protecting journalists’ right to access information and share it with the public. Charles Tobin, B.S. Journalism 1984, is one of them.

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Is Spam Free Speech?


In an age when smartphones and social media networks are ubiquitous, where some commercial enterprises abuse their access with potential consumers, is spam protected as free speech?

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When Controversial Speakers Come to Campus


What happens when a controversial person requests to speak on the University of Florida campus? The First Amendment takes center stage, balanced against public safety concerns.

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