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…”
By Rebecca Cheng— New Journalism and Media Studies (J/MS) Department Chair Jack Bratich is learning the ins and outs of the J/MS program to bring about the most effective changes.
By Christopher Pasi— Who liked her Rutgers journalism professor so much that she asked him to become a minister in the Universal Life Church and perform her wedding ceremony?
By Yevgeniya Yelkina In her two and a half years as the editorial manager and senior producer at DoctorOz.com, Angela Bruno, J/MS 2004, has covered everything from the common cold to the warning signs for …
By Joseph Focaraccio, Tom Lafferty and Laura Watson If the 2013 graduates of the Journalism and Media Studies Department are worried about getting jobs
By Camille Sennett — “Where the Jobs Are” might be the modern-day incarnation of the old Connie Francis song, “Where the Boys Are.”
By Rachell Mejia — Having torn her anterior cruciate ligament her first soccer game of her freshman year at Rutgers might have been the best thing that happened to Kelly Whiteside, J/MS 1990.
By Keren Brown — In an unsteady economy and less-than-promising job market, Josh Rosenau, J/MS 2011, has been able to do what many college students fail to accomplish—obtain a full-time job doing what he loves: …
As the GOP heads towards its convention in Tampa in August and the presidential race begins to consume the media, J/MS professors are gearing their fall teaching toward the 2012 election.