People, Politics and Journalism: How Americans consume news in an era of partisanship and social media
Program in Journalism
October 5, 2021 · 12:00 pm—1:15 pm · 16 Joseph Henry House and Zoom
Terence Samuel, a visiting Ferris Professor of Journalism in the Humanities Council, is managing editor for news at National Public Radio, responsible for managing the daily news gathering of all NPR shows, platforms and news products. He has previously served as an editor at The Washington Post, National Journal and The Root, and as a correspondent at U.S. News & World Report, The St. Louis Post-Dispatch and The Philadelphia Inquirer. Discussant Stephen Macedo is Laurance S. Rockefeller Professor of Politics and the University Center for Human Values, and chair of the Tanner Committee on Human Values.
The Program in Journalism invites faculty, graduate students and staff to join the next in our series of events in which distinguished visiting journalists discuss their work and pressing issues of the day with faculty from a variety of disciplines. These lunchtime talks offer intimate looks inside the work of colleagues and an opportunity for dialogue across specialties.
Registration is required. In-person attendance is limited to registered PUID holders only and will be capped at 16. Joining this event via Zoom is also possible. See the registration form for more details.