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.

@SBUJournalism

Breaking: FDA does not approve a booster shot for the Pfizer vaccine for young adults 16 and over. We also update the disappearance of Gabrielle Petito. Also a report from LaValle Stadium previewing @StonyBrookFB vs. #2 National Ranked Oregon Ducks.

https://youtu.be/rH48HFmw-AU

Spring & Fall 2022 applications for our M.S. in Science Communication and Graduate Certificate in Communicating Science are live! Both programs are offered in collaboration with the legendary @AldaCenter. Apply today! #SciComm https://www.stonybrook.edu/sharescience?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=2022_applications

Incredibly proud of our @stonybrooku SoCJ student journalists for receiving a 2021 Edward R. Murrow Award for Excellence in Audio Feature Reporting! #Murrow https://www.rtdna.org/content/2021_national_edward_r_murrow_award_winners

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