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Phone: : denise. Director Denise Dowling began teaching at the School of Journalism in She teaches courses in journalism ethics, television writing and producing, and radio reporting. She moved on to stations in Montana, Colorado and Washington, working as a director, technical director, producer, executive producer Couple seeking man Missoula Montana managing editor.
She won a of Emmy Awards and Edward R. Murrow awards as part of teams that covered a firestorm, flooding, an ice storm and the arrest of a serial killer. She describes herself an amateur tennis player that inadvertently qualified for a regional USTA competition in She is married to Chris Johnson and has two children. Associate Professor Jule Banville began teaching at the School of Journalism in as an adjunct professor before ing the full-time faculty in the fall of She teaches basic and advanced courses, including elements of news writing, feature writing, opinion writing and advanced audio.
Before she began teaching, Jule worked for newspapers, public radio and ran the editorial for a website covering the Rocky Mountain West. Before moving to Missoula, she was the assistant managing editor at Washington City Paper, the alternative newsweekly serving the District of Columbia.
Inshe launched the podcast, Last Best Storieswhich consists of sound-rich features only mostly unique to Montana. She also helps run the statewide high-school journalism contest. Jule is married to fellow faculty member Lee Banville.
They have two girls. He also teaches media law, with a focus on access and open meeting laws and co-teaches election reporting every two years. He has served on the board of directors for the Native American Journalists Association as its vice president, treasurer and president. Jason is a graduate of the School of Journalism. Jason grew up in Gallup, N. As a journalism student at UM, he interned at newspapers in Duluth, Minn. Office: DAH : joe. Eaton teaches courses in public affairs reporting, investigative reporting and editing.
Before ing the faculty, he worked as an investigative reporter at the Washington, D. In his spare time he enjoys being with his wife and young son and tinkering with old sports cars. Associate Professor Ray Fanning ed the University of Montana faculty in after a career in broadcast news and a stint teaching broadcast journalism courses at Columbia College Chicago. Fanning teaches a variety of broadcast journalism courses as well as the curriculum in the lower division core, including online courses.
Fanning worked for almost 20 years in local broadcast news, most recently as a special project manager at KGW in Portland, Ore. Associate Professor Keith Graham ed the faculty in after a distinguished career as a photojournalist and editor for a string of newspapers, including the Miami Herald, San Jose Mercury News and Roanoke Times. He teaches courses in photojournalism, publication de and freelancing strategies. An internship at the Miami Herald led to a job covering such things as the Cuban boatlift, street riots, drug trials and the Miami Dolphins.
He then ed the San Jose Mercury News and spent his last two and a half years there as a picture editor and photographer. His asments included national political conventions, the World Series and the Super Bowl. Keith has four sons, and enjoys running, triathlons, gardening, reading and sports of all kinds. His priorities, he says, are his love for Christ, his family and teaching. Phone: : jeremy. Associate Professor Jeremy Lurgio began teaching photojournalism and multimedia classes at the School of Journalism in He teaches classes in still photojournalism, videojournalism, mini-documentaries and outdoor adventure storytelling.
Before ing the School of Journalism, Lurgio worked as a photographer and photo editor at community newspapers in Montana and Couple seeking man Missoula Montana had a career as a freelance photographer. Lurigo recently finished an immersive multimedia and photo gallery project for the Guardian about the water quality and the Whanganui River in New Zealand, the first river in the world to be granted legal personhood. Additionally, Lurgio has produced award-winning documentaries and films including:. See trailer here. The interactive exhibit traveled nationally and was featured in three magazines including the High Country News and Montana Magazine.
He has also worked as a cinematography assistant director, editor, and drone operator on the following award winning short films:. In his free time he enjoys skiing, mountain biking, cyclocross racing, fly fishing and exploring the wilds of Montana with his family and dogs.
He teaches courses in reporting, editing, ethics and election coverage and helps to oversee such efforts as the school's legislative coverage and alumni magazine. Before teaching, Dennis was a newspaper reporter Arizona and Montana. He was the editor of the Bozeman Daily Chronicle before coming to the university, and he later worked summers as a copy editor for the Philadelphia Inquirer and Salt Lake Tribune.
Dennis is the author of "Copper Chorus: Mining, Politics and the Montana Press, ," a history of industrial domination of Montana newspapers. He continues to research and report on public affairs issues and lead conversations about the changing face of journalism.
Inhe taught a graduate course in American political journalism at Shanghai International Studies University. He and his wife, Julie, have an adult son, Colton. Outside of the classroom, Dennis enjoys history, fly-fishing and playing his beat-up Fender Telecaster. Associate Professor Nadia White ed the faculty in after a career in newspaper journalism that included work throughout the West and in Washington, D.
She specializes in environmental and public affairs journalism, and teaches courses in science journalism, global current events and reporting. She is the director of UM's master's program in environmental science and natural resource journalism.
Phone: : courtney. Now, Cowgill specializes in teaching online courses feature writing, elements of news writing and social media and engagement at the School of Journalism and she oversees the Legislative and Community News Services, which provide daily and weekly coverage to scores of news publications and broadcasters across the state during the biennial Montana legislative sessions.
She also manages the J-School's social media, marketing and and recruitment efforts. From — she co-founded and was editor in chief of the award-winning online startup news magazine New West, which has since been sold and shuttered. She then went on to serve as the managing editor of PBS MediaShift, a national publication that covers media and technology.
In addition to her work at UM, she runs a small farm and farm-to-loaf sourdough bakery with her husband Jacob in central Montana. She also writes for various publications about agriculture and about media. She covered stories ranging from the murder of child beauty queen JonBenet Ramsey and the mass shooting at Columbine High School, to the glitz of the Miss America ant and the more practical Miss Navajo contest, whose participants slaughter a sheep. Her award-winning journalism led to a federal investigation on the handling of sexual assault cases, and to news laws in Montana deed to protect at-risk teens in private, for-profit programs.
Her seventh novel was publishedwith two more scheduled for publication in She lives in Missoula. Jan Winburn is a fan of artful storytelling, kickass reporting and the powerful melding of the two. Read about about the Distinguished T. Anthony Pollner Professorship and meet past professors here. : nathan. Nathan Rott is the environment correspondent on NPR's National Desk, where he covers everything from wildfires and flooding, to the climate and extinction crises. He has also spent time at the Washington Post and freelancing. Nathan - or Nate - is from Missoula and a proud graduate of the University of Montana, where he studied anthropology, Native American studies and journalism.
Before journalism, he worked as a wildland firefighter in northwest Montana among a host of other seasonal jobs. Which involves research, writing, photography, editing and post-production to get the program distributed to the public. Phone: : anne. Anne Bailey, a former professor and graduate of the school, is the founding director of the Montana Media Lab, an interdisciplinary laboratory for journalists and non-journalists alike to learn and experiment with cutting-edge multimedia storytelling skills.
She has taught and practiced journalism all over the world: from a smartphone video course for Libyans in Rome to a multimedia journalism project in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. He will be working in a share position with the broadcast media center. Brown has an electronics degree from San Francisco City College. For the past 35 years he has been a concert soundman and musician for live and recorded sound for many big names in the industry. Prior to this Cameron was a full time student and held a student worker position at the School of Business Administration.
She has begun work Couple seeking man Missoula Montana a masters degree in counseling. Cameron has lived in Montana for most of her life. She currently resides in Missoula, Couple seeking man Missoula Montana grew up in Florence.
In her free time she enjoys going on long walks and hikes, playing fetch with her dog Barney, lifting weights, and spending time with her friends and family. P hone: : beth. Prior to that, Cogswell served in leadership roles for several Missoula non-profits, including as executive director for Youth Homes, Inc. Before that, Cogswell was associate director for Five Valleys Land Trust, a conservation organization operating throughout western Montana.
Cogswell hold a B. She and her husband Rick live in Missoula and have two sons. Office: DAH : kathleen. Kathleen Whetzel ed the School of Journalism staff in January Her background includes legal secretarial work in Spokane and Missoula for over 16 years. Whetzel and her husband Matt have two adult sons and have resided north of Arlee for over 30 years. She enjoys running and bike riding throughout the area. School of Journalism. about the staff and faculty:. Denise Dowling, Director Phone: : denise. He earned a Masters in Business Administration in Adjunct and Visiting Faculty.
Kate Gammon, Adjunct Instructor Kate Gammon writes about science and the environment for magazines and websites. Inher story on the dark side of the scientific amber trade in the Dominican Republic was given an honorable mention in Couple seeking man Missoula Montana Best American Science and Nature Writing and her investigation into the ecological recovery of Joshua Tree National Park won an award in shortform science writing. Kate holds a bachelor's degree in anthropology and environmental studies from Princeton University, and a master's in science writing from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Before turning to journalism, she trained horses and taught English in Bulgaria as a Peace Corps volunteer. When not reporting, writing, or teaching, Kate can be found at the beach in Santa Monica with her young sons and her husband. Jan Winburn, T. Anthony Pollner Professor, Fall : jan. Nathan Rott, Adjunct Instructor : nathan.
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