Explore the J Drive

The School of Communication and Journalism’s J Drive showcases the best student work from the Bachelor of Arts in Journalism program.

The J Drive features student work done for academic credit in courses, internships, and other special projects.

These stories showcase the hands-on reporting work and show how our students’ reporting skills develop as they progress through the program.

 

About the School of Communication and Journalism

The Stony Brook University School of Communication and Journalism prepares students to pursue careers as journalists and media professionals, and to be informed consumers of news and information.

The School emphasizes hands-on education, and focuses on offering students the chance to develop and practice skills that will be important throughout their careers. All students learn to conduct interviews and report stories across media platforms, learning TV, video, and audio production skills and how to write for each media.

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Will you be watching our new favorite holiday tradition? Our student-produced Holiday Spectacular is tomorrow at 4. Watch it live: https://bit.ly/3ueZBhF

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Curious about #gradschool at the SoCJ? Come to our office hours - today and every Wednesday at 5 - to learn about our MS in #journalism and MS in #scicomm.
See you on Zoom! https://bit.ly/3MBmlAP

The climate crisis won't be solved with science alone. Join the conversation this spring in a new, transdisciplinary class: CDS 101: Energy, Climate and Society.
Co-taught by SoCJ, @SoMAS and @SBUArtsSciences
#stonybrooku #climatecrisis #scicomm
More: https://bit.ly/3D3TJNt

LI Iranian Americans seek to draw attention to persecution of women in Iran
"Every minute we’re silent everyone’s life is in danger," said Sara Lejuez, a Stony Brook professor born in Iran. “They want freedom and democracy.” https://www.newsday.com/long-island/suffolk/long-island-iranian-americans-protests-women-iran-py3zu0tr


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