Anna Sterling always knew she wanted to be a teacher. When she heard about the opportunity to be an adjunct…
Professor Alyxaundria Sanford remembers traveling to New York for the first time to intern for the “Today Show.” While there, she became interested in national news and the variety of topics covered in a morning broadcast. After getting a taste of being a journalist in the city, she knew she would be back.
Professor Alex Newman is eager to bring her expertise in data journalism to the Hunter College Journalism Department. Newman got…
As a self-proclaimed evangelist for writing, Professor Polly Leider finds writing to be an indispensable survival skill. Leider knew early…
For Professor Emma Cillekens, it’s all about the storytelling.
Join us in welcoming Professor Ahn! Read more about her professional career.
Reporting and Writing 1 instructor Kristopher Brooks’ morning starts at 5 a.m. with coffee, cereal and a frantic consumption of news. It ends with his cats. In between, advice from the CBS News reporter on reading, pitching, writing and "breaking down" the news. Read this Professor Profile.
From coaching high school students on the realities of journalism, to collaborating with collegiate journalists as a Hunter professor and editor of Dateline: CUNY, Professor Katina Paron puts students first. Read our latest Professor Profile to find out why it matters so much to her.
Buzzfeed's Emmanuel Felton, the journalism program's new investigative reporting instructor, has traveled a self-described "weird path" en route to his current work. But there have been key themes along the way. Find out what they are and learn about this new faculty member, in our latest Professor Profile.
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."
Prof. Pamela Frederick puts her journalism teachings to work, as she purchases a community blog and takes on the online equivalent of being the neighborhood watch.