Journalism Students Start 2022 with Two Hearst Awards
This month two reporting projects — produced by three Stony Brook journalism students — won awards, which recognize the best work by journalism students from across the country.
Journalism Students Use Capstone Course to Showcase Cultural Exchange, From Food to TikTok
The reporting capstone is a chance for upper-division journalism students to showcase their technical and storytelling skills in one project.
Stony Brook Launches Master’s in Journalism Program
Students are now able to apply for the program and begin working toward their degrees in the 2022-2023 academic year.
Stony Brook Places in Top 10 in Annual Hearst Journalism Awards
Often called the Pulitzers of college journalism, 17 journalism students received awards for seven in-class reporting projects during the 2020-2021 academic year.
Journalism Project Wins National Murrow Award
A team of students received the award for Excellence in Audio Feature Reporting for their series, “Slavery on Long Island: The History That We Forget to Remember.”
Communication and Journalism Instructor Elected VP of Press Club of Long Island
Alum J.D. Allen, who also serves as faculty advisor to the SBU student chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, will serve a one-year term.