Visiting Professor 2018

Center for Ethics welcomes Steven Holmes…

Ethics in the News

Stories We’re Following 09/28/18

Stories We’re Following 09/28/18

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.  — The New York Times is asking for help. Readers can submit a tip form. Click here to read why the newspaper is doing this. Who has the right to keep their Twitter account? Do the followers belong to the journalist or the company the journalist...

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Stories We’re Following 9/20/18

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.  — The Federal Trade Commission has various violations from Instagram. Just because.       print magazines get away with it does not mean sponsored content can be posted without disclosing the ad. Find out here what the different ethical practices...

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Stories We’re Following 9/14/18

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.  —  Threats against journalists rise. Follow here to read how falsehoods impact everyday journalists. Journalists sacrifice their lives practicing ethical journalism. Supporting your local newspapers is one step to help preserve the work journalists...

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Stories We’re Following 9/7/18

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.  — Journalist continue to fail to confirm news. The Washington Post and the AP reported on the hoax death of Oscar-winning Director Costas Gavras. Click here to find out how they failed to fact check.   President Donald Trump changed the way...

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Center Events

Center for Ethics to Present at APA SuperConvention

Educators with the University of Arkansas Center for Ethics in Journalism will speak at the Arkansas Press Association SuperConvention this weekend. The presentation will give attending journalists the opportunity to look at media ethics and weigh in on ethical issues...

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Iconic Photojournalists Join Public Lecure

John Filo, who won a Pulitzer Prize for his photograph of the Kent State shooting, and Jeff Widener, who was a Pulitzer Prize finalist for his picture of the Tiananmen Square “tank man,” will join Visiting Distinguished Professor David Handschuh for his public lecture, “Photographs That Changed Us.”

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Ethics Public Lecture Examines Graphic Images

David Handschuh, the 2015 visiting distinguished professor of ethics in journalism will present a public lecture sponsored by the University of Arkansas Center for Ethics in Journalism, the Lemke Department of Journalism and KUAF.

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