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Do you have a burning desire to report the news, cover politics, investigate wrongdoing, produce a documentary, or write a feature that makes the ordinary extraordinary? At Northeastern University’s School of Journalism, you can
  • Learn from faculty that includes Pulitzer-Prize winners, Emmy-winning investigative reporters, practicing journalists, and book authors.
  • We are leaders in investigative reporting.
  • Our flexible, rigorous curriculum includes basic journalism classes combined with classes in multimedia storytelling, investigative reporting, public relations, and digital journalism.
  • Our campus is located in the heart of Boston, a diverse city with a rich media environment.
  • You’ll have opportunities to report from abroad in one of our Dialogue of Civilization programs and during Spring Break.
  • Northeastern’s renowned Cooperative Education Program and internships give you the opportunity to practice journalism or public relations in the real world with media companies like The Boston Globe,, CNBC and more.
  • Our alums work in leading news media outlets and public relations firms.

Contact us for more information about the School of Journalism at Northeastern University or to arrange a visit. Call 617.373.3236 for more information or to arrange a visit.

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Visiting Ireland, Prof. Schroeder talks about the Clinton-Trump debates and U.S. press coverage

The Clinton-Trump presidential campaign it a popular topic abroad. In mid-September Professor Alan Schroeder spent several days lecturing and meeting with …
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Prof. Kennedy discusses the demise of Gawker in news@Northeastern’s 3Qs

Professor and media commentator, Dan Kennedy, discusses the effects the demise of Gawker might have on “the broader media landscape” following …
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Ales Bajak speaks on essential skills for data journalism

Part-time instructor Aleszu Bajak, science journalist, spoke on a panel August 9 at CUNY Journalism School on how to get …
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Student Reporting


Grad student Adam Glanzman’s story and photos about a 75-year-old arm wrestler is published in The New York Times

Media Innovation grad student, Adam Glanzman’s  story started out as a class assignment in Professor Carlene Hempel’s Enterprise Reporting 2 class …
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Grad alum Alexa Mills’ investigative multimedia piece on the 1941 unsolved lynching of a black soldier is published in The Washington Post

In 1941, in a woods in Ft. Benning in Georgia, 19-year old Pvt. Felix Hall was killed by lynching. The …
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Journalism Student Aren LeBrun is featured in his hometown newspaper after winning NE Emmys for his videos of unsolved murders

Telling stories is what a journalist does whether it’s a story about a town hall meeting or exposing emotional social …
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