Join a panel on “The Growing Threat to Journalism Around the World,” on Monday, Nov. 4, at the Roosevelt House, 47 East 65th Street. The program features Sissel McCarthy, director of Hunter College’s journalism program, as well as news executives from CNN, Yahoo News and others.
More than 400 Hunter College students got a guided tour of the field of environmental reporting from eco-journalism veteran and Hunter lecturer Adam Glenn Oct. 7. Read more about some of the unique challenges facing environmental journalists, and view the presentation and video.
RSVP for a journalism concentration pizza party on Oct. 23, where you'll learn about upcoming courses, meet new faculty and hear from our latest Pulitzer Center fellow.
A new online platform dedicated to news literacy is up and running, courtesy of Hunter's Journalism Program Director Sissel McCarthy. She created the site to help journalism students and others develop what she considers a new core competency.
Feature Writing Professor Douglas Alden, a successful journalist, producer and entrepreneur, started as an aimless college student. Find out what got him on track, in this "Professor Profile."
Journalism Program Director Sissel McCarthy attended a news literacy education conference in Washington, D.C., to share Hunter curriculum.
Journalism Director Sissel McCarthy introduces a half-dozen new adjunct faculty who will be teaching fall courses ranging from feature writing to news video reporting. Plus, she shares Hunter journalism events coming up in October and November. Find out more about what's in store this term in her Fall 2019 Welcome Letter.
Journalism’s MEDIA 211, also known as “News Literacy in A Digital Age,” is now the fourth class that Hunter students can use to fulfill the CUNY Common Core English Composition 2 requirement.
New York Times writer Nathaniel Rich visited with Hunter journalism students after a talk about his climate change reporting to an audience of 150 at Roosevelt House April 8.
Hunter journalism students were invited to explore the core of ABC News broadcast operations in late March, as part of a pair of tours organized by Prof. Adam Glenn, a former senior producer at the network.