Marie Colvin Lecture Series: Will the War in Syria Ever End?

  The Marie Colvin Center for International Reporting at Stony Brook University’s School of Journalism is pleased to announce Lindsey Hilsum, the center’s first journalist in residence, will return to campus on December 4 to discuss her new biography on Marie Colvin, In Extremis: The Life and Death of the War Correspondent Marie Colvin. Hilsum will […]

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My Source Didn’t Get Back to me so I Got a Tattoo

By Jen Cooper Nothing went as planned. I spent my first day reading East Meadow Herald papers for five hours, afraid to speak up and ask for something else to do. I thought I’d be meeting my editor, touring the building, and getting my first assignments. However, my editor wasn’t in until much later that […]

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Information for prospective students

Prospective Students Welcome to Stony Brook University! If you are interested in learning more about Stony Brook University’s School of Journalism, you are in the right place. Explore our website to learn about the incredible opportunities Stony Brook has to offer. Plus, make sure you check out the School of Journalism’s J Drive, which features the […]

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SOJ Grads honored at University’s “40 under forty” celebration

Each year the University solicits nominations of alumni age 40 and under who are making exceptional contributions in their respective professions or in their communities and who reflect the impact of a Stony Brook degree. This year three graduates of the School of Journalism were among those honored. You can read more about the event […]

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Equipment Fee

The Newsroom provides students with top-quality equipment with which to perfect broadcast and multi-media skills. It is an expensive enterprise. Newsroom equipment is used by all Journalism majors. Because of the cost to buy, maintain, repair and replace newsroom and field equipment, the School of Journalism assesses a special one-time fee of $100. The fee […]

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Journalism Without Walls: Nine days in Washington

The J-school is embarking on an exciting Journalism Without Walls trip to Washington, D.C. in June. Students will get press credentials to cover key congressional meetings and press conferences, meet and interview top Washington journalists, tour major sites, research and background congressional districts and races (and have breakfast each morning at the National Press Club.). Summer session 1(May 27-July 3). Open to all students who have successfully completed JRN 115 or JRN 210. Contact Professor Klurfeld at james.klurfeld@stonybrook.edu. Limited spots available.

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Science on Tap, March 24, 2014

Food, beer and great conversation… Monday, March 24 at the Stony Brook Yacht Club 21 Shore Rd, Stony Brook Science on Tap asks: What do You Remember?  Hosted by Steven Reiner with guest, Nancy Franklin.  Doors open at 7:00pm, taping starts at 8:00pm. “Ah, I remember it well…” But do you? In fact, at every moment of your […]

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Professional Friday in NYC, March 28, 2014

The Associated Press and Wall Street Journal Hosting March 28 Professional Fridays Field Trip Professional Fridays is a once-a-month field trip for 15 students to tour the Manhattan newsrooms of some of the top news organizations in the world. Students pay $10 to reserve their seat. The School of Journalism covers train fare and lunch! Good deal? Sign up […]

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