By Lisa Marie Segarra
Ron Miskoff and Elizabeth Fuerst spent more than a year putting together the stories that were collected in the college course they taught on the children of 9/11. Now, with the release of iBookAuthor, an Apple program that allows the creation of iBooks, 9/11 Stories: The Children became a reality.
This video was created by Fatima Foster, a student in another course taught by Miskoff and Fuerst.
Food isn’t all it’s cooked up to be! Watch Teresa Politano’s food journalism class and see that there is a lot more that goes into food than a dash of salt. This video was created as part of the course Media Publishing and Design at Rutgers University.
Dina Long, a 1996 graduate of Rutgers’ Department of Journalism and Media Studies department, describes the devastation of Hurricane Sandy and muses about the job of being a part-time mayor.
Brian DeNicola,a graduate of the Journalism and Media Studies program at Rutgers, has an exciting job as the sound engineer for Cousin Brucie, the famous disk jockey. Lauren Brown reports.
Marsha Bergman served as the secretary and then administrative manager for the Department of Journalism and Media Studies and later School of Communication and Information, beginning in the 1970s. As her time On the Banks came to a close with her retirement, this video shows that her friendly and helpful nature remains strong as she tells some stories from her years at Rutgers.
Andrea White, who is a producer at Channel 12 in Westchester County, is a graduate of the Journalism and Media Studies program at Rutgers University. She talks about the complexities and fun of her job with student Chris Pasi.
Jack Bratich is interviewed concerning his role as chairman of the Department of Journalism and Media Studies at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, USA.