Frightening brushes with the child welfare system, private landlords who take advantage of students and a report on an animal rights group that protests at slaughterhouses are among stories featured in the spring 2019 edition of Kairos, JMS' magazine of top undergraduate work.
Entrepreneur and Communications/Journalism alumnus Anthony Torre RC ’96 adds Rutgers University Athletics to his client roster.
As vice president of AEJMC, Keith will serve on a four-year leadership ladder of vice president, president elect, president, and past president.
The SC&I scholarly incubator is held annually to provide SC&I faculty with the time and space to gather together to ponder and discuss issues related to their scholarship, teaching, and ways of being in the academia. This year, the faculty discussed ethics.
Warren Allen, E.E. Lawrence, Britt Paris and Gretchen Stahlman will join the faculty in SC&I’s Department of Library and Information Science (LIS) in September, 2019.
Television Programming for Children Reveals Systematic Gender Inequality, According to New Rutgers Study
SC&I’s Dafna Lemish and her co-author Colleen Russo Johnson from Ryerson University, who found systematic gender inequality in both the television programming children watch, and behind the scenes in the male-dominated television industry as well, call attention to the children’s TV industry and encourage change.