Lillie Russell profiled as UGA Amazing Student April 7, 2020 This story first published in its entirety at news.uga.edu. As a Visitors Center tour guide and ISL world leader, Lillie Russell has welcomed hundreds of new students to UGA and showed them all ... read more about Lillie Russell profiled as UGA Amazing Student
Bateman team changes course in competition to promote Census 2020 April 6, 2020 Editor's Note: to complete the Census 2020 online, please visit my2020census.gov. Census 2020 is just one of the many events that is in turmoil because of the coronavirus. Generating ideas that wi... read more about Bateman team changes course in competition to promote Census 2020
Ahn named co-editor of ‘Media Psychology’ April 2, 2020 Sun Joo (Grace) Ahn, director of Grady College’s Games and Virtual Environments Lab and an associate professor of advertising, has been named co-editor of the journal “Media Psychology” beginning f... read more about Ahn named co-editor of ‘Media Psychology’
What happens when sports are canceled? April 2, 2020 Editor's note: this feature originally appeared on the UGA Today website. Vicki Michaelis, John Huland Carmical Chair in Sports Journalism & Society in Grady College, spent more than 20 years ... read more about What happens when sports are canceled?
#GradyGrit: Meet Jessica Story April 1, 2020 Why did you choose Grady?    I chose Grady simply because I didn’t see myself in any other college on campus. From a young age, I had a good grasp on the things I was good at and the things that I... read more about #GradyGrit: Meet Jessica Story
‘The Lead’ podcast wins first place in SPJ Regional Awards March 31, 2020 The Society of Professional Journalists recognized Grady’s The Lead Podcast and its host Charlotte Norsworthy as among the best of collegiate journalism for Region 3 in 2019. The Lead podcast re... read more about ‘The Lead’ podcast wins first place in SPJ Regional Awards
Don Sylvester reflects on winning Oscar for sound editing March 31, 2020 Don Sylvester (ABJ '75) recently won the Oscar for sound editing on "Ford v Ferrari." He joined Dayne Young and Jay Hamilton, Grady's entertainment and media studies department head, on "Grady Coll... read more about Don Sylvester reflects on winning Oscar for sound editing
Grady’s Emerging Media graduate program expanding to online offering March 30, 2020 One of Grady College’s fastest growing graduate programs, the Master of Arts in Emerging Media, is offering a new program that features curriculum completely online. The Emerging Media Masters Onli... read more about Grady’s Emerging Media graduate program expanding to online offering
How journalists are handling news about the coronavirus outbreak March 27, 2020 Editor's note: this feature originally appeared on the UGA Today website.  Journalists face some unique challenges when they try to report accurately on a major infectious disease outbreak like th... read more about How journalists are handling news about the coronavirus outbreak
Clementson awarded grant from Broom Center for theory-driven industry research March 26, 2020 Grady College researcher, David Clementson, was competitively awarded a research grant from the Glen M. Broom Center for Professional Development in Public Relations. Clementson, an assistant pr... read more about Clementson awarded grant from Broom Center for theory-driven industry research