Professor [Michael Bugeja]() was asked to share his assessment strategies for a research report being prepared by Education Advisory Board, serving 1,100 education institution on best practices. The EAB expressed interest in Greenlee’s [assessment](), [public accountability]() and [diversity]() pages. Bugeja is updating the fourth edition of How-To News Writer for the Iowa Newspaper Foundation. Bugeja … Continue reading Bugeja shares publication, service updates
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.
Professor [Michael Bugeja]() was a judge for the North American Agricultural Journalists writing competition. His category was agricultural blogs. Bugeja will visit our sister school at the University of Iowa on April 7 to give two presentations on diversity—one on devising an proactive public plan and website and another on being sensitive to microaggressions and … Continue reading Bugeja reports upcoming appearances, publications, service updates
By Malik Newson Editor’s note: Malik Newson, junior in journalism and mass communication, attended the Freedom Fund banquet hosted by the Ames Chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) on Feb. 17, 2017, with members of the Greenlee School Diversity Committee and several Greenlee students. THE SOCIAL HOUR: Being invited to … Continue reading Malik Newson: I am NAACP
Professor Michael Bugeja won the Iowa Newspaper Association’s highest honor, the Distinguished Service Award. He also was a guest on “Talk of Iowa’s” recent broadcast about George Orwell’s Doublethink and Newspeak prophecy. Inside Higher Ed has accepted a new essay about honoring faculty and staff with award nominations, to be published in the Spring.
Professor Michael Bugeja was a panelist in a university-wide Department Chair Workshop titled “Free Speech, Hate Speech, or Safe Speech? What the First Amendment Really Protects on a University Campus.” His proposal for the iScore conference in March was accepted, concerning how to deal with trigger warnings and microaggressions, based on his recent article in … Continue reading Bugeja reports recent publications, guest lectures
Professor Michael Bugeja finished a final draft of his third book—"Interpersonal Divide in the Age of the Machine" (about analytics and artificial intelligence) for Oxford University Press. He even did an index and selected bibliography. Now the next stage is working with an editor and revising as needed in the editorial process. He has been … Continue reading Bugeja completes final draft of third book