Journalism Students Report on Homelessness for National Project

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – A class of journalism students examined homelessness in Northwest Arkansas as part of a national reporting project coordinated by the University of Maryland's Howard Center for Investigative Journalism. The Advanced Reporting and Data Analysis...

The Virtual Lecture Concludes

Photo courtesy of news.gallup.com Virtual Lecture from Professor McCaffrey: April 30, 2020 As I mentioned in our final poll question, we will circle back to what we talked about during our very first class in January. You were told that this Ethics in Journalism...

Question of the Day 04/30/20

Our Virtual Classroom: Journalism Ethics During A Global Pandemic. Voices of University of Arkansas Students Spread Across the Nation April 30, 2020 Question of the Day: For today's poll, on polleverywhere.com, we will circle back to what we talked about during our...
Covering Victims of Traumatic Events

Covering Victims of Traumatic Events

Virtual Lecture from Professor McCaffrey: April 28, 2020 Today’s lecture is about an ethical transgression that, rightly or wrongly, journalists can get criticized for: insensitivity when covering victims of traumatic events. The Society of Professional Journalists...

Question of the Day 04/28/20

Question of the Day 04/28/20

Photo by CDC on Unsplash Our Virtual Classroom: Journalism Ethics During A Global Pandemic. Voices of University of Arkansas Students Spread Across the Nation April 28, 2020 Question of the Day: For today's poll, on polleverywhere.com, we will consider a very...

Online Poll Results 04/28/20

Online Poll Results 04/28/20

Online Poll Question: For today's poll, on polleverywhere.com, we will consider a very important area of journalism coverage during the global pandemic. Here’s the question: As far as meeting journalism ethics standards that demand sensitivity when interviewing...

Examining the State of Journalism

Examining the State of Journalism

(AP Photo/Mark Lennihan) Students in Professor Raymond McCaffrey’s Spring 2020 Ethics in Journalism class at the University of Arkansas met for the last time together in Kimpel Hall on March 12. As they followed instructions about plans to cease face-to-face meetings...

Our Virtual Classroom Question of the Day 04/23/20

Our Virtual Classroom Question of the Day 04/23/20

Our Virtual Classroom: Journalism Ethics During A Global Pandemic. Voices of University of Arkansas Students Spread Across the Nation April 23, 2020 Question of the Day: For today's poll, on polleverywhere.com, we will shift back to looking at the business side of...

Online Poll Results 04/23/20

Online Poll Results 04/23/20

For today's poll, on polleverywhere.com, we will shift back to looking at the business side of journalism during the global pandemic. For the purposes of this poll, I would like to hear about whatever job search you have been conducting: in journalism,...