Dependence on technology has dramatically changed how we communicate and interact, and is slowly eroding some of our core principles, said Michael Bugeja, professor and director of the Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication at Iowa State University. In his new book, Bugeja looks at its impact on everything from fake news to texting while driving.
Associate Professor Jay Newell placed the ISU Media Planning students’ research/think piece on the dramatically changing role of Iowa television in presidential political advertising on the front of Sunday’s editorial section of the Cedar Rapids Gazette (circulation 55,000). The story links to a Greenlee webpage with photo and student credits, as well as access to … Continue reading Newell’s Media Planning class published in The Gazette
Assistant Professor Jan Lauren Boyles and her mentor, Associate Professor Raluca Cozma, have a commanding presence in the November Newsletter of the Association for Education in Journalism and Communication, distributed to thousands of members. Boyles writes about “The (New) Building Blocks of the Digital Newsroom,” discussing creativity, computation and collaboration, gleaned from her time as … Continue reading Greenlee School showcase in AEJMC Newsletter
Associate Professor [Dennis Chamberlin]() was a featured speaker earlier in the year at the prestigious Media forum in Lviv, Ukraine. Chamberlin is representing the Greenlee School and Iowa State as a Fulbright Scholar at the Ukrainian Catholic University in Lviv and reports the following: “I am fortunate to be working this year at the school … Continue reading Fulbright Scholar Dennis Chamberlin represents ISU
Assistant Professor Jan Boyles recently returned from an externship at The Post and Courier in Charleston, S.C. She was one of six professors who participated in the 2016-2017 Scripps Howard Foundation Visiting Professors in Social Media Program.
After returning from a semester of teaching Iowa State students in Urbino, Italy, Associate Professor Dennis Chamberlin is back in the U.S. for a short time before he’ll have to pack his bags again for his next adventure abroad as a Fulbright Scholar in Ukraine.
Greenlee faculty members are known for being excellent instructors, who use their experience and expertise to breach the gap between the classroom and the industry. Their achievements in teaching and research are consistently recognized by the university and national organizations.