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Journalism

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Profiles of Tenacity: Charles Burney

Charles Burney recently graduated from Grady College with a Bachelor’s in journalism and is currently pursuing a Master’s in the same field. He’s driven to excel with a determination to […]

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Profiles of Tenacity: Liz Rymarev

Fourth-year journalism student Liz Rymarev serves as the editor-in-chief of the Red and Black. She values the impact her professors have had on her love for journalism. Why did you […]

UGA Mentor Profile: Sydney Palmer and Jennifer Bellamy (ABJ ’08)

Participating in the UGA Mentor Program has been a win-win partnership for Sydney Palmer, a journalism student, and her mentor, Jennifer Bellamy (ABJ ’08), an anchor and reporter for 11Alive […]

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Profiles of Tenacity: Karenia Murry

Fourth-year journalism student Karenia Murry currently serves as the vice president for the National Association of Black Journalists at UGA. She enjoys the community she’s found through organizations and classes […]

Profiles of Tenacity: Lola Murti

Lola Murti is a third-year journalism and economics double major interested in broadcast news. She serves as the treasurer for Women in Media and writes for the Cox Institute Writing […]

Profiles of Tenacity: Sophie Ralph

Fourth-year journalism student Sophie Ralph is passionate about storytelling in and out of the classroom. She shares advice on making the most out of the opportunities at Grady College whilst […]

Profiles of Tenacity: Christian Conte

Third-year journalism major Christian Conte found his “why” at Grady College and has leveraged every opportunity to cultivate a sense of community at the University of Georgia. He is involved […]

McGill Fellows named for 2023

Twelve students have been named 2023 McGill Fellows by the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Georgia. The class, selected by a faculty committee for […]

Julianna Russ selected for second cohort of Voyager Scholarship

Julianna Russ, a third-year journalism major at the University of Georgia, is one of 100 college students from across the nation to be selected for the second cohort of the […]

Students return from covering World Cup with sharpened skills and AP bylines

This summer, 17 University of Georgia sports media and visual journalism students traveled to Australia to cover the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup for The Associated Press. “It’s one thing […]

40 under 40 honoree profile: Stacy Willingham

We are proud to recognize Stacy Willingham (ABJ ’13) as an honoree of the UGA Alumni Association’s 40 under 40 class. Willingham became a New York Times bestselling author with […]

Grady InternViews: Elizabeth Hunter

This is part of a series where we ask Grady College students to describe their summer internship experience.   Elizabeth Hunter is a third-year journalism student working with Fox 5 Atlanta […]

Grady InternViews: Ethan Henderson

This is part of a series where we ask Grady College students to describe their summer internship experience.   Ethan Henderson is a fourth-year journalism student working with Sightly as a […]

PAC Alumni Spotlight: Maggie Martin

For Maggie Martin, a recent PAC graduate who double majored in public relations and political science, using communication to “help people accomplish their unifying goals” is her passion. Communicating is […]

Grady InternViews: Harper Lawson

This is part of a series where we ask Grady College students to describe their summer internship experience.   Harper Lawson is a fourth-year journalism student working with the WNBA Dallas […]

Events

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DC Alumni Mixer

Calling all DC alumni: Gather at The Henri on Wednesday, Feb. 28, for this year’s Alumni Mixer. For registration information, click here. Please register by Feb. 23, 2024.

UGA Spring Break

The University of Georgia’s Spring Break is from Monday, March 4, to Friday, March 8.

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New Admit Day Spring 2024

Grady’s new admits celebrate their admission and learn more about the College at our bi-annual new admit celebration. Come meet with leaders and representatives from student clubs and organizations, and don’t forget to grab your free Grady College t-shirt!

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Prospective Student Day (Virtual)

Prospective Student Day is an opportunity for prospective high school and transfer students and their parents to learn more about Grady College. In addition to a guided tour, students will hear about admission and eligibility requirements and programs of study. Spring 2024 tour dates are Feb. 23, March 22 (virtual), April 12 and May 3 (virtual). Register here: https://grady.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_enQpNm1Ixq2GGIS For questions or to schedule a private visit, please contact: Marcella Genut, Prospective Student Advisor. Email: gradyprospective@uga.edu.

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GSPA Spring Awards 2024

The Georgia Scholastic Press Association (GSPA) annual Spring Awards will be held Monday, March 25, at the Georgia Center. More information will be released closer to the date.

Dawg Day of Giving and Senior Signature

Leave your mark on Dawg Day of Giving with a Senior Signature gift. All undergraduate and graduate students who graduate in May, August and December 2024 can stop by the PAF to show proof of your Senior Signature gift for a special prize. 

Perspectives

“Without a doubt, my Grady coursework has helped me refine my journalistic abilities. In particular, my photojournalism classes have pushed me so much as a visual storyteller and documenter, and I feel more confident in my abilities to approach strangers and to tell a story through words, images or both.”

Skyli Alvarez

Journalism Student, Editorial Intern, Teen Vogue (Summer 2023)

Perspectives

“Grady allowed me to join a field with colleagues who have goals beyond themselves. I knew it would give me the leeway to find my passion and the opportunity to write with purpose.”

William Newlin

Journalism AB ‘21, MA ‘22

Perspectives

“I joined The Red & Black as soon as I arrived in Athens and realized how fulfilling and interesting journalism was. I want to tell stories that matter, and Grady has the classes and extracurricular opportunities to help me do that.”

Jacqueline GaNun

(AB ‘23)

Perspectives

“Before Grady, I did not know how to shoot video. I didn’t know how to white balance or frame a camera. I didn’t know where to find sources or how to find people. I’d never published a story before. Now, I shoot, write and edit all on my own.”

Sydney Hood

Perspectives

“The volunteer opportunities I’ve had as a Grady Newsource volunteer and manager and as a part of Professor Cantrell’s political show gave me the confidence and knowledge I needed to make an impact.”

Elizabeth Hunter

Perspectives

“My biggest accomplishment in the past year was definitely my contributions to Grady Newsource’s political show this fall. I am so thankful for the feedback and instruction I received during this time, and I am very proud of myself for putting in many hours of work to create multimedia projects.”

Jenna Monnin

Perspectives

“My digital design course I took this past spring has really helped me utilize my graphic design skills when creating presentations for my projects and making sure everything is visually compelling.”

Kacie Geter

Perspectives

“Having the privilege of getting to know the people of Oglethorpe County and being trusted to share their stories was one of the formative experiences of my time in Grady and I’m beyond grateful to have played a small part in the ever-growing success of The Echo.”

Katie Tucker

(AB ‘23)

Perspectives

“Grady classes helped me prepare for this internship by teaching me about target audiences, brand voices and social media analytics – all of which are critical for successful social media engagement.”

Kathryn Miller

(AB ‘22)

Perspectives

“Finding jobs is all in the way you market yourself. A willingness to learn and perseverance can take you lengths farther than hard skills.”

Blake Campbell

Journalism student, Integrated Media Planning Intern, TBWA/Media Arts Lab (Summer 2023)

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