SC&I faculty and alumni from the Library and Information Science Department will be presenting at iConference 2019 in Washington, D.C.
Yanovitzky Selected to National Academies’ Committee, to Speak at the Upcoming Arthur M. Sackler Colloquium
The committee brings together science communication practitioners and researchers who span a range of disciplines and expertise in health, education, the environment, and other sectors.
Zack Morrison ’14 Wins Best Comedy Series at the 39th College Television Awards for “Everything’s Fine: A Panic Attack in D Major”
Morrison, who submitted Everything’s Fine as his master’s thesis at Columbia, was already an award-winning filmmaker while he was an undergraduate at Rutgers majoring in Journalism and Media Studies at SC&I. Read about the latest award he has received, for his comedy portraying a young woman’s anxiety through song and dance.
Interested in learning speed pitching? At this event, Rutgers/SC&I students can gain insight into the interaction between public relations practitioners and journalists. The event is co-hosted by the Rutgers Public Relations Student Society of America (Todd Hunt Chapter), based at SC&I.
Journalism and Media Studies undergraduates will report on political and social affairs in Italy for the third summer in a row, during SC&I’s summer 2019 “Global Journalism in Bologna, Italy” program.
Chenjerai Kumanyika, Producer and Co-Host of Peabody Award-Winning Podcast, Teaches Podcasting at SC&I
Kumanikya, whose podcast, Uncivil, won a Peabody Award in 2017 for an episode titled “The Raid,” is now teaching a podcasting course at SC&I. In his course students learn how podcasting is a form of narrative journalism, requiring writing, research, and other critical skills that go beyond sound and technology.