Telling fact from fiction on social media

  • January 22, 2018
Telling fact from fiction on social media

Nowadays, it’s hard to distinguish trustworthy information on the internet. If you stop the spread of that content, you make it easier to get the truth.

@SBUJournalism

.@stonybrookalum Jasmin Suknanan '18 reflects on how the pandemic unexpectedly changed her career trajectory. https://news.stonybrook.edu/alumni/jasmin-suknanan/

“Issues like climate change, the coronavirus vaccine efforts, reliable
and renewable energy – all of these things require effective
communication and accurate science." - Dean Lindenfeld discussing our new #SciComm graduate program with @LIBN
https://libn.com/2021/06/18/retooling-school/

Three @stonybrooku students, including journalism major Melanie Formosa, are conducting a survey to determine the public's perception of the Hudson River. Learn more and take the survey: https://news.stonybrook.edu/university/students-ask-whats-your-opinion-of-the-hudson/

Exciting news: A record-setting 15 @SBUJournalism students received scholarships for their academic and professional achievements!

Oh... and the scholarships totaled $26,000 🤩 https://bit.ly/3f1RrlX

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