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Featured Profile: Jennifer Rowe

Jennifer Rowe

Magazine journalist Jennifer Rowe is an expert educator and editor.

Since joining the Missouri School of Journalism in 1998, Rowe has taught various magazine topics including editing, writing and design. She is widely recognized as a talented educator and adviser, and she has won numerous awards, including the William T. Kemper Fellowship for Teaching Excellence in 2009, The O.O. McIntyre Professorship for Teaching Excellence and the Mizzou Alumni Association Faculty-Alumni Award, both in 2016.

For more than 12 years she served as editorial director of Vox magazine, an award-winning weekly publication produced by the Journalism School’s magazine students. The magazine has received national awards from the Association of Journalism and Mass Communication Educators, the Society of Professional Journalists and the Williams Randolph Hearst Foundation as well as statewide recognition from the Missouri Press Association.

In addition to teaching, Rowe has written freelance articles for national magazines such as Runner’s World, Elle and Real Simple and has spoken at conferences and workshops, including the American Copyeditors Society Conference, Team USA Communications Workshop at the Olympic Training Center and the FOLIO shows in both New York City and Chicago.

Jennifer Rowe is Associate Professor and Chair of Magazine Journalism at the Missouri School of Journalism.

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