News Archive: School of Journalism and Media Studies
Jack White Excellence in Journalism Pays Tribute to San Diego News AnchorAug 18
Jack White was the face of San Diego television news from the late 1960s until his retirement in 2002. The iconic local news anchor was known for his generosity and professionalism during his 35 years at KGTV Channel 10.
Nathian Shae Rodriguez named first Associate Director for the School of JMSAug 16
Rodriguez will focus on student success and faculty advancement with an eye to equity and inclusion
JMS Director experiences the life of a Naval Public Affairs OfficerJun 15
In an effort to learn more about naval careers and Public Affairs Officers, Dr. Northup stayed overnight on the USS Nimitz in Coronado.
JMS Alumni Celebrate 30 Years of Partnership by Forging New Paths for StudentsMay 20
Alumni Scott Allison and Scott Pansky continue to leverage their industry knowledge for the betterment of the next generation of JMS graduates
We’re Still Here: How the Screening Circle Amplified LGBTQ+ VoicesApr 24
On March 16 the School of Journalism and Media Studies celebrated the LGBTQ+ community at its third Screening Circle event with a showing of an episode from the HBO series “We’re Here.”
JMS Alumnus Helps Grow the PR Program ExperienceApr 15
Scott Pansky, co-founder of Allison+Partners, has become an integral partner to the School of Journalism and Media Studies PR program.
KPBS: SDSU class explores Selena's impact on the conversation around Mexican-American identityApr 9
Nathian Shae Rodriguez, a journalism and media studies professor at SDSU, teaches a class inspired by the late pop star and her legacy. The course is called "Selena & Latinx Media Representation."
Journalism and Media Studies Student Profile: Lauren FarbermanApr 2
Meet Lauren Farberman, majoring in Journalism with and emphasis in Public Relations
SDU-T: JMS Professor Nate Rodriguez OpinionMar 25
Opinion: I teach a college course about Selena. She makes my students feel as I did long ago — seen.