KJI 2014 Group Photos

June 30th, 2014 No comments

Before we hit the road, headed back home, each class gathered for a final group photo, all decked out in our camp tshirts.

We. Look. Good.

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VIDEO: we are KJI

June 30th, 2014 No comments

The video production class of KU video instructor Chris Bacon — with only two students! — made this video to describe the KJI experience. Enjoy!

They even made these two teasers for the video . . .

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Getting goofy in the green screen studio

June 30th, 2014 No comments

On the final night of the KJI 2014 workshop, Media Crossroads opened its green screen studio for students to goof around for the cameras. Many thanks to Cal Butcher for arranging the night, shooting the video and editing together this masterpiece . . .

 

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Sweet Streets: the dessert coverage of Lawrence by the web staff

June 26th, 2014 No comments

Check out the group project of the web production and management class led by Eric Thomas.

cupcakeSMALL

Newspaper page designs

June 25th, 2014 No comments

The Newspaper Design class with Ryan Gunterman at the helm completed this set of pages. Check them out and see how they applied all of the design advice they got over the week.

 

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Photojournalism students explore Lawrence

June 25th, 2014 No comments

Instructor Jill Chittum’s Digital Photojournalism sent her high school photographers out on campus and around Lawrence to capture images during the first few days of the Kansas Journalism Institute.

Do you see yourself below?

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KJI begins its 51st year at the University of Kansas, June 22-26

January 13th, 2010 1 comment

Welcome to the website for the Kansas Journalism Institute, which is preparing for its 51st year at the University of Kansas’ world-renowned William Allen White School of Journalism and Mass Communication.

We are tremendously excited this year to be offering eight different strands that will help high school journalists prepare for next year, whether they’re working for their newspaper, magazine, yearbook and/or online publication.

In addition, we’ll have a strand for journalism advisers who are just beginning their careers and advisers who want to revitalize their classroom and their career.

The registration form and an application form for multicultural and financial aid scholarships can be found on the “Registration” page, and you can learn more about the faculty and the courses on the other pages of this site.

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