Cox Center CAM Fellows Program
Empowering Leadership in Communication and Media
In the constantly changing global media environment, professionals and researchers alike must stay current. Continuous research, knowledge updating, and practice are essential. To meet this critical need, the James M. Cox, Jr., Center for International Mass Communication Training and Research (Cox International Center) designed the Communication and Media (CAM) Fellows Program. Formerly known as the Business and Public Communication (BPC) Fellows Program, the CAM program provides experienced communication and media professionals with opportunities to update and develop their knowledge. Leaders across business, government, non-profit sectors, and the press can access a world-class educational and research setting through the Cox International Center.
The Cox International Center is housed in Grady College at the University of Georgia. The Center is one of the fully established units in the United States dedicated to international outreach and research in mass communication, media, and journalism. Established in 1915 and accredited by the Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communications (ACEJMC), Grady College is a research and education leader in journalism and mass communication. The Grady College faculty comprises internationally renowned scholars and respected industry professionals. The College is home to several prominent centers and institutes, including the Peabody Awards, widely recognized as the most prestigious award in electronic journalism.