The Minnesota Journalism Center has a research arm, aimed at promoting and creating valuable research opportunities and producing white papers. For more information about any of the programs below, contact Minnesota Journalism Director Valerie Belair-Gagnon at email@example.com.
MJC Journalism Studies Research Group
Hosted by the Minnesota Journalism Center, the journalism studies research group is concerned with journalism theory, journalism research, and professional education in journalism. The group examines a wide array of theoretical, empirical, and methodological approaches grounded in the study of journalism across temporal and geographical contexts. Contacts: Professors Valerie Belair-Gagnon, Matt Carlson, and Matthew Weber. Discover past events.
MJC Faculty Experts bring insight from various disciplines across campus and participate in events and research in collaboration with the MJC.
Graduate Student Fellows
MJC Graduate Student Fellows volunteer on a research project, commit to take part in the MJC’s Innovation in Journalism and Communication Research Group, present at meetings, publish, and have opportunities to pursue research grants for research conducted with a faculty expert or fellow graduate students that can be published on the MJC website.