Since he joined Northeastern University School of Journalism in 1989, Professor Nicholas Daniloff has inspired countless numbers of students as a journalism professor and an expert in international relations. As the school’s director between 1992 and 1999, Daniloff helped lead the school at a time when newspapers transitioned from ink and print to digital journalism with the introduction of a new course called Computer Assisted Reporting. Daniloff’s long commitment to journalism education was honored by the New England Newspaper and Press Association’s (NENPA) as this year’s winner of the NENPA Journalism Educator of the Year Award. He received the award at the New England Newspaper Conference luncheon on Oct. 10 at the Crowne Plaza, Natick, MA.
The NENPA Bulletin article was written by journalism student Haley Hamilton as a student in Lincoln McKie’s “Online Newsroom Experience” class.