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College is a journey and this section is your map for success.

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.

Of course, faculty, staff and the Professional Advising and Teaching Hub (PATH) office advisers are always available to help answer any questions and point you in the right direction.

 

 

 

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Frank LoMonte

Frank LoMonte Featured on Law and Journalism Podcast

August 15, 2017

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Jasmine McNealy

Jasmine McNealy Pens Article on the Effect of Using Native American Symbols as Sports Mascots

August 15, 2017

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Andrew_Selepak

Andrew Selepak Comments on Social Media Use by Millennials and Smartphone Dependence

August 15, 2017

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Kim Walsh-Childers

Kim Walsh-Childers Comments on Teaching Solutions Journalism

August 15, 2017

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Aug 21

Fall Classes Begin

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Aug 21

Drop/Add

Through August 25
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Aug 21

Free Training: Finding Breaking News Stories and Sources

1 - 4:30 p.m.
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Sep 6

Student Involvement Day

11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
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CJC Insights

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Audience Analytics 101


To be competitive in today’s information environment, companies must learn to not only trust audience data, but leverage it to better serve audiences and bottom lines.

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Chasing Clicks: What Seinfeld Teaches Us


Audience analytics is about knowing how to interpret, and even ignore, the data at hand and instead understand how the audience and your goals can converge.

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Harnessing Audience Curiosity to Power Student Newsrooms


In North Florida, few local media outlets ask their audience: What do you wonder? What should we investigate? We are. Our Innovation News Center is experimenting with audience-powered journalism.

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Navigating the Fake News Landscape


To understand why fake news stories are successful, we must understand our human tendency to believe what we read, but that doesn’t mean our natural instincts can’t be reversed.

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