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Upper level seminar on specialized topics relating to journalism media studies. Examples of recent topics: Covering the World, Design for the World Wide Web, History of Sports Journalism.
The researchers, including SC&I Associate Professor Katherine Ognyanova, say Facebook consumers are less likely to be vaccinated than those who get their COVID-19 information from Fox News.
Marginalized American teenagers may face additional discrimination and harassment if they become involved in social activism movements online. This is a vital insight for experts working to better support marginalized youth during the COVID-19 pandemic and the Black Lives Matter movement.
Faculty and students will present research at the virtual 104th Annual Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) Conference from August 3–7. Associate Professor of Journalism and Media Studies Susan Keith will be installed as 2021–2022 AEJMC president on August 6.
Rutgers expert explains how brands can reach this demographic.
As President Holloway announced on March 25, all students taking classes in the 2021-2022 academic year must receive a COVID-19 vaccine and upload their COVID-19 vaccine records by Sunday, August 1, 2021. This requirement applies to students living both on- and off-campus.
Defne Ildiz COM'16 is someone who knows how to take agile pivots. After deciding dance was no longer the direction she wanted to go in professionally, she set her sights on Rutgers University, noting that it offered diversity, quality, choice of majors, and a tremendous variety of opportunities outside of the classroom.
Associate Professor Khadijah Costley White’s background as a scholar of history, journalism, and media, who has also worked in television, has made her an valuable member of Burns’ advisory team in the creation of his upcoming documentary “Muhammad Ali.”