Jack Bratich is interviewed concerning his role as chairman of the Department of Journalism and Media Studies at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, USA.
By Talissa Patrick— When Shaneice Brittingham, J/MS 2012, was battling thyroid cancer, she used her compassion and her journalism education to start a foundation aimed at helping others with the disease.
Virginia Heide Stuart, J/MS 1936, the Department of Journalism and Media Studies’ oldest graduate, died in Vermont last July after a brief illness. She was born in Kenosha, Wisconsin in 1914 and came to New …
Vivian Salama has reporter’s eye on Arab Spring uprisings
By Simona Gucciardi—
By Maraika Najimian— A J/MS professor’s class in investigative reporting might have just sewn the seeds for the work of noted crime novelist Wallace Stroby, J/MS 1988.
By Anna Shea— This is a story about a recovery from a devastating illness, about talented doctors and good fortune, and about adapting when life circumstances have changed.
New Miss Black USA is J/MS graduate and former KISS-FM radio producer
By Vanessa Romero— Even before attending Rutgers,
Rutgers television students were thrilled to learn this fall that CNN’s Anderson Cooper won the Emmy Award for Outstanding New Discussion and Analysis for his “AC360” special on bullying taped at Rutgers.
Jordanian journalists who were observing the presidential election in the United States in a program run by a J/MS professor got hit by Hurricane Sandy,
By Tiffany McHugh— “And the Emmy Award goes to…”