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Walter J. Lemke School of Journalism
Established 1928
Undergraduates 340
Location Fayetteville, Arkansas, USA Flag of the United States.svg
36°03′58″N 94°10′27″W / 36.0662°N 94.1743°W / 36.0662; -94.1743Coordinates: 36°03′58″N 94°10′27″W / 36.0662°N 94.1743°W / 36.0662; -94.1743
Campus University of Arkansas
Affiliations University of Arkansas, Fulbright College
Website http://journalism.uark.edu/index.php

The Walter J. Lemke School of Journalism is a subdivision of the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Arkansas. The School of Journalism is located in Kimpel Hall just north of the Walton College of Business.[1] The college is named for Walter John Lemke, who founded the School of Journalism at the University in 1928. It was renamed in his honor posthumously in 1988.[2]

Programs

The undergraduate program has three foci: Editorial/News Sequence, Broadcast Radio & TV Sequence, and Advertising & Public Relations Sequence. [3]

The School of Journalism also produces The Arkansas Traveler, the University's student newspaper, KXUA student radio, and The Razorback, the University's yearbook.[1]

References

  1. ^ a b "Facilities." University of Arkansas. Facilities Overview. Retrieved on February 27, 2010.
  2. ^ "Walter John Lemke Papers, 1821-1969." University of Arkansas Libraries. Overview of the Lemke Collection. Retrieved on February 27, 2010.
  3. ^ "Undergraduate Program." University of Arkansas. How the Journalism Program is structured. Retrieved on February 27, 2010.
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