Diederich Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion
The Diederich College of Communication is committed to being a community that provides for equity, supports diversity and creates an environment of inclusion. We have created a College Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Plan to identify steps that we must take and to hold ourselves accountable. This work represents our college efforts to enact the work of Marquette’s strategic plan theme, Culture of Inclusion.
Visit the Diederich Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion page to see college statements on current events and updates on how we working together to make a better future for the college.
2020 Commencement Information
College Success Stories
Congratulations to Dr. Janet Yang,
a 2005 College of Communication M.A. alumna, for being awarded the AEJMC 2020 Hillier Krieghbaum Under 40 Award. The award honors individuals who show outstanding achievement and effort in all three AEJMC areas: teaching, research, and public service.
Support For Journalism That Matters
The Journalism and Media Studies department offered this statement of support to journalists who continue to tell stories that need to be told.
Diederich College Deans Awards 2020 Announced
Ron Smith comments on the NNS receiving Google support for News414 project to engage residents of Milwaukee underserved neighborhoods
Senior John Steppe, the Ray Kenney business reporting intern at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, had front page centerpiece story on Wisconsin manufacturers
Senior Princess Safiya Byers, published in the Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service and several national publications for investigative journalism
Check out the new Be Connected Podcast
'Beyond MU: Lifelong Learning' Webinar
On The Frontlines: Doing Journalism That Matters During Turbulent Times
TUESDAY, AUGUST 4 | 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. CT
Backed by the Diederich College of Communication, the Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service and the O'Brien Fellowship in Public Service Journalism, expert panelists report on underserved communities and expose structural roadblocks to a better world.
To register for this webinar, please click here.