In four minutes, journalism students in the introductory broadcast class (JRN310) provide updated local, national and international news headlines.
Bundle up, Seawolves!
🚨The @NWS is forecasting a #cold front that is headed for our region later tonight into Friday morning. Our area also expects gusting winds Friday evening and dangerously cold wind chill temperatures dipping into the single digits or below late Friday into Saturday (2/4/23). 1/
We're honored to have you on our team!
I'm honored to announce that after six highly-productive and transformative years at @Columbia, I'm hopping over to Long Island to begin a new role as a tenure-track assistant professor in Journalism and Communication at @stonybrooku this fall: https://www.stonybrook.edu/commcms/journalism/story.php?slug=al-gharbi-to-join-socj-as-assistant-professor-of-communication-and-journalism
We, the Volunteers - a team of #journalism students looked at rates of volunteerism since the pandemic. Here's what they found: https://bit.ly/3PoGnjE
Faculty member @cmgilbertmedia has followed an eclectic path through academia, which makes her a perfect fit for us and our colleagues at the @AldaCenter
Learn more about our new #climate and #scicomm researcher https://bit.ly/3AXdNzG
Out this week: Still Newtown, a @WSHUPublicRadio podcast that reflects on the 10-year anniversary of the #SandyHook shooting.
One of our students and two alumni helped with fact-checking and website design. Check out the series: https://www.wshu.org/podcast/still-newtown