Tag: Student Competition
Smart alarm clock delivering local news wins 12th annual journalism development competition
Winners will visit tech, media leaders in Boston later this year
Development challenge focuses on ‘Better news for the smart home’
Non-MU students must participate in hackathon to be eligible for 2018-19 RJI Student Competition.
Humera Lodhi: Creating a tool to uncover stories that aren’t being discussed or reported
When I first decided I wanted to be a journalist, my friends were a little shocked. I heard phrases like “journalism’s dead,” or “you’re never going to find a job,” or “what would you even do,” over, and over, and over again. To them, journalism was limited to newspapers — something that didn’t play a … Continued
One of five RJI Student Competition finalist teams includes Truman State participant
Five teams of students will begin work on developing technology platforms and apps to address journalism challenges for the 2018 RJI Student Competition. Working alongside one of the teams is a Truman State University student — the first non-University of Missouri student to participate in the 11-year-old competition at the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute. … Continued
Video: Dean David Kurpius on the RJI Student Competition 2017
David Kurpius, dean of the Missouri School of Journalism, talks about the upcoming RJI Student Competition.
Video: Ryan Platt speaks about creating Maply
Ryan Platt speaks about creating Maply.
Video: Alex Blum speaks about his experience in the RJI student competition
Alex Blum speaks about his experience in the RJI student competition.
Four teams tap AI in 10th annual RJI Student Competition
Students taking part in the 2016-2017 RJI Student Competition at the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute are harnessing artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies to develop mobile apps for journalists and citizens who engage with journalism. Four teams — Colloquy, Mind Flow, NaberFeed and Voice Veritas — will receive media, business, IT and legal mentoring … Continued