Assistant Professor Jan Lauren Boyles has been selected as a participant for Newsgeist, an invitation-only gathering on the future of news hosted by Google and the Knight Foundation. The conference is slated for December at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State. Boyles is also serving on an executive committee to review applications … Continue reading Boyles Selected as Newsgeist Participant
Assistant Professor Jan Lauren Boyles received two journal article acceptances this summer. Her solo-authored work, "Building an Audience, Bonding a City: Digital News Production as a Field of Care" was accepted by Media, Culture & Society. The second manuscript (co-authored with 2016 Greenlee master’s graduate Eric Meyer), "Structurally Embracing Data Journalism: Four Critical Junctures of … Continue reading Boyles Reports Journal Article acceptances, Externship, Research
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.
Assistant Professor Jan Lauren Boyles will receive one of the six grants being awarded for participation in the 2016-17 Scripps Howard Foundation Visiting Professors in Social Media Program. The grant will enable her to visit a major daily newspaper for a two-week externship. Details of the visit will be released later in the week by … Continue reading Boyles Wins Scripps Howard Visiting Professorship in Social Media
Jan Lauren Boyles, assistant professor in the Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication, has been asked to attend an invitation-only “Data Journalism Unconference,” launched by the Global Editors Network.
Assistant Professor Jan Lauren Boyles had a paper accepted to the upcoming World Journalism Education Congress, slated for this July in Auckland, New Zealand. The research focuses on how data journalists integrate new routines into daily news production, and how journalism educators can better prepare future graduates for the dynamic, data-driven newsroom. In teaching, Boyles … Continue reading Boyles’s Paper Accepted to World Journalism Education Congress,
Assistant Professor [Jan Lauren Boyles]() will have her research on role perceptions of data journalists published in an upcoming joint special edition of Journalism Studies/Digital Journalism. The manuscript, "Letting the Data Speak: Role Perceptions of Data Journalists in Fostering Democratic Conversation," was produced in collaboration with Greenlee master’s student, Eric Meyer. In December, Boyles also … Continue reading Boyles’ research to be published in Journalism Studies/Digital Journalism