The article ran in the Dutch newspaper Stimuleringsfonds Voor De Journalistiek. Titled "Be There While Bombs Fall Into 360 Degree Video," the article explores immersion journalism.
Fobazi Ettarh MLIS ’14 and Melody Townley MLIS ’13 have been recognized as ALA’s Emerging Leaders of 2017.
Rutgers School of Communication and Information Associate Professor Chirag Shah has published a new book, titled “Social Information Seeking - Leveraging the Wisdom of the Crowd.”
A story Kayla Brantley began in Travel Writing turned into her honors thesis, and then a Henry Rutgers Scholar Award!
Rising senior Megan Joseph won a scholarship from the Society of Professional Journalists to attend the Excellence in Journalism Conference in Anaheim, California, this September.
Former Ph.D. Director and Professor Marie L. Radford has officially transitioned Associate Professor Jennifer Theiss into her new position, effective July 1st.
Assistant Teaching Professor Anselm Spoerri won a Professional and Scholarly Excellence Award for DataVis, an educational product he helped create.
Rutgers School of Communication and Information Assistant Professor Charles Senteio is mentoring Daouda Gueye, a Mandela Washington Fellow, for the summer. Gueye is a health researcher from Senegal, Africa.
Students in a Journalism and Media Studies (JMS) class toured Guatemala for 10 days to study the role of media in the country’s historic and contemporary struggles for democracy.