Tsirkin graduated from SC&I a year ago, having majored in Journalism and Media Studies (JMS). Today she is a full-time producer at NBC's New York Bureau.
Rutgers and Columbia Study Analyzes the Increase in Technical-Skill-Based Jobs in the NYC Media Industry
Research by Associate Professor Matthew Weber and alumna Allie Kosterich, Ph.D. '17, show that data, analytic and platform-based jobs have increased significantly in newspaper and online media companies in New York City due to the digital and technological evolution.
From Information Technology and Informatics student to Johnson & Johnson (J&J) intern to Enterprise Architecture team member in the Information Technology Leadership Development Program at J&J, Madiha Irfan (January ’17) credits her success to invaluable mentorship from family and SC&I faculty.
JMS Student Named National Association of Intercollegiate Gymnastics Clubs Female Athlete of the Year
Junior Journalism and Media Studies major, Rachel Ehrenberg, has been named the NAIGC Female Athlete of the Year despite struggling with the most extreme form of chronic pain for eight years.
SC&I’s Library and Information Science (LIS) Department heads to Atlantic City, N.J. for the upcoming New Jersey Librarian Association (NJLA) Conference from May 30-June 1. This year’s timely theme is “Speak Freely.” In addition to SC&I’s platinum sponsorship of the conference, our alumni, students and faculty will be presenting on various topics.
SC&I goes global! In March, iConference 2018 was attended by the School of Communication and Information’s faculty, Ph.D. alumni, and doctoral and graduate students. Held in Sheffield, UK and organized by the University of Sheffield and Northumbria University, this year’s conference focused on “Transforming Digital Worlds”.