Stephen Burgard, chair of the School of Journalism, examines the leak of classified NSA documents pertaining to government surveillance programs and what it means for the future of journalism.
Stephen Burgard, chair of Northeastern’s School of Journalism, explains how the Watergate scandal, which marks its 40th anniversary on Sunday, has influenced a generation of journalists.
In the eighth edition of recent faculty books, we highlight works about the persuasive use of sounds, interpreting the day’s news in a post-9/11 religious landscape and Croatia’s decade of architectural experimentation.
On Sunday night, the world was captivated by news coverage of President Obama’s stunning announcement that Osama bin Laden, mastermind of the Sept. 11 attacks, had been killed by U.S. special forces after 10 years of pursuit. Steven Burgard, director of Northeastern University’s School of Journalism, analyzes what directions media questions and reports may lead from here, and the challenges journalists face in ensuring speedy but accurate reporting in the digital age.
Director of Northeastern’s journalism school started his career in news by broadcasting the word each night to 900 U.S. Navy shipmates
Collaboration with The Boston Globe gives journalism students unmatched experience in news and investigative reporting, while boosting coverage of the city’s neighborhoods
A Boston Globe story investigating firefighters’ shift-trading practices is just the latest in a long series of investigative stories written under the auspices of a Northeastern University investigative journalism seminar.
A Q&A with Stephen Burgard, director of the School of Journalism, on the press’s relationship with religion
Boston, Mass. — Northeastern University, in partnership with journalists and public policy advocates throughout New England, has announced the establishment of the New England First Amendment Center to focus public […]