From video projects to strategic communication plans, our students regularly contribute to the academic, cultural and professional community through personal and classroom work.
- Intro to Field Production and Editing: Students in Dr. Sheila E. Schroeder's Introduction to Field Production and Editing class write, produce, shoot and edit a short, six shot film based on a six word story they write. All films are completed during the final three weeks of the quarter. View the short films here:
- Fact Lab: Launched in 2014, the interdisciplinary Fact Lab course offers a hands-on approach to fact checking in the newsroom. Students hear from faculty across the University as well as editors from the Denver Post and learn to analyze all aspects of political messaging for accuracy and objectivity. Learn more here:
- MFJS Reporter: Students in Professor Christof Demont-Heinrich's Newswriting & Reporting classes write news articles about current events, ultimately building an online newspaper called the MFJS Reporter. Take a look at the most recent publications here:
- Online & Visual Journalism: Students in Professor Christof Demont-Heinrich's Online & Visual Journalism Course build an active website as part of the course. The website, produced by journalism students, focuses on all aspects of college life and aims to tell compelling, multimedia stories about college and university life. Read Daily College Life
- MFJS Classes in the News: Our professors keep coursework relevant, connecting what students learn in the classroom with what's happening in Denver and the world. Take a look at some highlights here: