In four minutes, journalism students in the introductory broadcast class (JRN310) provide updated news and information about Stony Brook University as well as national and international news plus this week’s weather.
Congratulations, Maya, on an important story told well! @stonybrooku
🧵Excited to share my first solo byline story with @NBCNews and @NBCBLK. I am so grateful to have seen this story in the pitching stage to a published article. I am also thankful to have the platform to report on issues of social justice. Read below ⬇️
It’s crucial that Congress #DoublePell now. Alongside many other #HigherEd leaders, I am calling for the means to more accessible high-quality education https://doublepell.org/about/ https://twitter.com/SBUPrez/status/1421104831847190529
We @stonybrooku are calling on Congress to #DoublePell. Over 40% of our students are Pell eligible and Education is a proven pathway to economic mobility. Let’s help ensure an affordable, high-quality college education for all.
Prof. Ruboing Li & colleagues from @PennState found Interactive media reduces negative reactions to health messages and enhances compliance - Read story: https://bit.ly/36DNOh7 #stonybrooku #healthcomm #scicomm
Congratulations to @stonybrooku senior @mayaabrown10, recipient of the Ed Bradley Scholarship, which is presented to an outstanding student of color in memory of the late CBS News’ 60 Minutes correspondent.
The Radio Television Digital News Foundation is proud to announce the recipients of nine scholarships for journalism students & two fellowships for new professionals. Their diverse backgrounds make them assets to the world of journalism.
It's #ScholarshipSunday! The Louis J. Marrone II Memorial scholarship is available to SB students who:
➨ Are enrolled as a full-time undergraduate student in the School of Communication & Journalism
➨ Demonstrate financial need
Deadline is 7/15/21! ~ http://ow.ly/pvS050Fc0Aq