Lane's book is the first to capture the lives of the same people and events as they move between the streets and social media, as well as the first book to show how the digital life of a neighborhood impacts black teenagers.
Juan Gonzalez, a professor at SC&I, takes his students far beyond the boundaries of Rutgers University, and what it means to be an investigative reporter. Just last spring, a group of his students managed to expose poor working conditions at Amazon’s warehouses in New Jersey.
Gloria Steinem joins Naomi Klein, inaugural Gloria Steinem Endowed Chair in Media, Culture and Feminist Studies, for a conversation moderated by journalist Farai Chideya. The discussion examines the ways information technology and new media are reshaping culture and power relationships as well as the challenges ahead for progressive movements.
Part-Time Lecturer Jack Grasso was with former U.S. President George W. Bush the moment the president learned of the second terrorist attack on Sept. 11. Grasso's son also had his own harrowing experience that day.
The School of Communication and Information (SC&I) congratulates alumna Kate Magsamen-Conrad, Ph.D., Communication ’12, who recently received the Early Career Award from the Health Communication Division of the National Communication Association.