(UPDATED 1/20/2021) Philip Merrill College of Journalism students, faculty and staff members were remarkably resilient during Fall 2020. Thank you for following mask and social-distancing rules. Together, we’ll get through another challenging semester. Please see updated answers to frequently asked questions about how we are proceeding amid the pandemic. 1. Will Knight Hall be available for journalism students to use as a study space this spring? Will the News Bubble be open?
We want to spend quality time with you! The University of Maryland Philip Merrill College of Journalism’s student ambassadors are looking forward to spending their lunch hour with you to tell you more about their experience at Merrill College and to learn more about you.
Washington Post's Krissah Thompson '02, Student Camryn DeLuca To Speak At Merrill's Winter 2020 Commencement
COLLEGE PARK (12/17/20) -- Krissah Thompson, The Washington Post’s first managing editor for diversity and inclusion, and graduating senior Camryn DeLuca will be the University of Maryland Philip Merrill College of Journalism’s winter commencement speakers, Dean Lucy A. Dalglish announced. The virtual commencement ceremony will go live on Sunday, Dec. 20, immediately following the 1 p.m. campuswide ceremony.