Evelyn Hernandez Named Nieman Fellow at Harvard
June 01, 2006
Prof. Evelyn Hernandez is one of twenty-eight U.S. and international journalists named to the 69th class of Nieman Fellows at Harvard University. Prof. Hernandez teaches both graduate and undergraduate courses in the Department, and is the opinion page editor of El Diario/La Prensa.
New Faculty: A Welcome to Yvonne Latty
June 01, 2006
The Faculty of the Department of Journalism is pleased to welcome Yvonne Latty, reporter and author, as a Clinical Associate Professor, starting in the Fall of 2006. Prof. Latty will be teaching Journalistic Inquiry and graduate level Writing, Research and Reporting classes.
Scarlet Letter Wins Two Deadline Club Awards
May 01, 2006
Graduate student Sarah Jacob's documentary The Scarlet Letter has won two Deadline Club awards from the NYC Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. The awards are scholarships for academic journalistic achievement. The Scarlet Letter explores the phenomenon of acid attacks against women in India.
Alum wins 2006 ASNE Jesse Laventhol Prize for Deadline News Reporting by an Individual
April 01, 2006
NYU Journalism alum John Simerman ('94) is the 2006 recipient of ASNE's Jesse Laventhol Prize for Deadline News Reporting by an Individual. Simerman, a reporter at the Contra Costa Times, wrote his prize-winning story "bleary-eyed" at 3am after having witnessed the midnight execution of Stanley "Tookie" Williams at San Quentin...
Darwin, "Design" and the Reporter's Dilemma
March 29, 2006
Listen to the recent discussion hosted by the Department, featuring a leader of the ID movement, one of his most prominent critics, and the national religion correspondent from The New York Times.
Info Sessions for the New Undergraduate Curriculum
February 27, 2006
We have scheduled three informational sessions to explain our exciting new journalism curriculum to you. All meetings will be held in the atrium of 10 Washington Place. Please do your best to make it to one of these gatherings.