May 2023 - News Articles

"The View from Abroad" — the Spring 2023 Edition of Kairos is Here!

Kairos, the undergraduate magazine of the SC&I Journalism and Media Studies Department, recently published its spring 2023 edition, "The View from Abroad." Focusing primarily on stories written by JMS students who traveled to Ireland and Italy during the spring semester, the issue also includes articles about the American and Ecuadorian media and a story about the Rutgers Women's Ultimate Frisbee team.

Youngrim Kim Named the Recipient of a 2022 ProQuest Distinguished Dissertation Award by the University of Michigan

An Assistant Professor of Journalism and Media Studies at SC&I, Kim said her dissertation, which she earned from the University of Michigan in 2022, “examines the politics surrounding state-initiated digital health platforms that are built to manage global health crises, through the case study of two infectious disease outbreaks in South Korea: the 2015 MERS Epidemic and COVID-19.”

JMS Major Samantha Marshak to Speak at SC&I’s 2023 Convocation

Journalism and Media Studies major Samantha Marshak, who is in the School of Arts and Sciences (SAS) Honors Program, has been on the Dean’s List every semester during her Rutgers career, she is a Certified Peer Leader, a member of Kappa Tau Alpha “a college honor society that recognizes academic excellence and promotes scholarship in journalism and mass communication,” and she has been inducted into the Phi Beta Kappa Society.

Kristina DeRobertis JMS’22, News Reporter for WBOC, Reflects on JMS Degree

Kristina DeRobertis JMS’22 graduated from Rutgers SC&I with a B.A. in Journalism and Media Studies. After graduation, she moved to Dover, Delaware, to work as a news reporter for WBOC. Known as “Delmarva’s News Leader,” the station is an affiliate of CBS and a member of the Associated Press. Before taking this position, Kristina interned at SportsNet New York and worked on the production crew for Rutgers Athletics. In her off time, she enjoys running, writing, and crossword puzzles.

Faculty and Students Participated in the 7th Biennial D.C. Health Communication Conference

SC&I faculty members and student scholars participated in the 7th biennial D.C. Health Communication Conference (DCHC), sponsored by George Mason University’s Department of Communication and Center for Health and Risk Communication. Held April 27-29, DCHC celebrated its 11th anniversary this year with the theme “Health Communication for a Changing World.”