Chioma Uwagwu


Chioma Uwagwu Headshot
Chioma Uwagwu

Chioma Uwagwu is an Associate Producer for the Racial Reckoning: Arc of Justice Project. She’s a University of St. Thomas College of Arts and Sciences alumna whose writing has appeared in Smithsonian Magazine and Urban Creativity Scientific Journal. Her work revolves around analyzing mass media’s cultural implications.

Uwagwu started was a student worker at ThreeSixty, while studying Communications with a double major in American Culture & Difference (Cultural Studies) at St. Thomas. Chioma attended ThreeSixty’s TV Broadcast Camp in 2018.

ThreeSixty Names New Director

ThreeSixty Journalism, a nonprofit program of the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of St. Thomas, announced Kenzie O’Keefe as its new director. O’Keefe… Read More

ThreeSixty Student Off to JCamp

ThreeSixty Journalism student Kai Sanchez will attend the prestigious Asian American Journalist Association (AAJA) JCamp in Detroit this month. Sanchez, who will be a senior… Read More

Ybarra Joins Leadership Council

Andy Ybarra, a senior vice president of Weber Shandwick Minneapolis, has been elected to the ThreeSixty Journalism Leadership Council. Over the years, Ybarra has participated… Read More

Lancaster Joins Leadership Council

ThreeSixty alumnus Simeon Lancaster recently joined ThreeSixty Journalism’s Leadership Council. Lancaster was the 2013 ThreeSixty Scholar, is a 2017 graduate of St. Thomas and currently is… Read More

Alumna Eady Joins Leadership Council

ThreeSixty Alumna Aisha Eady was recently elected to ThreeSixty Journalism’s Leadership Council. Eady, who is the founder of digital design agency Aisha Eady Studios, participated… Read More