We are constantly hearing from students that one of the J-School’s biggest strengths is the dedicated, talented, fearless, experienced, fun, doors-are-always-open faculty.
This semester’s Social Media and Engagement class set out to tell that story via Instagram. Over the coming weeks, we will highlight these stories, that illustrate the personalities, philosophies and experience of our top-notch faculty. This week, we give you the first in the series, Assistant Professor Jule Banville.
Jule is currently teaching Opinion Writing and Elements of News Writing. This semester she also began advising the Montana Kaimin. “Learning how to express yourself well as a writer serves you in every kind of capacity you could think of,” Jule says.
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Assistant professor, Jule Banville, pictured here hiking Emigrant Peak in 2016. Jule runs the “Last Best Stories Podcast." For this particular story, she teamed up with @bozchron staff writer Michael Wright. Together they investigated an air force bomber that crashed into the mountain back in 1962. The crash killed four people and their piece is titled “In Memory of a Plane Crash.” #TBT #umjschool #meettheprofs
Other profiles in the #meettheprofs series: