SCSU Journalism faculty and student receive awards

A student and four faculty members were recognized for their reporting during the Connecticut Society of Professional Journalists Excellence in Journalism Awards Dinner May 24. The 2017 Excellence in ...

A glowing example: radium factories in World War I

By Mary Rudzis, SCSU Journalism student Mary Rudzis, journalism student at Southern Connecticut State University, reported this story in 2017 as part of Journalism Capstone coursework on World War I. ...

Popular Connecticut WWI Poet Never Fought in a War

By Matthew Johnson, SCSU Journalism student Matthew Johnson, journalism student at Southern Connecticut State University, reported this story in 2017 as part of Journalism Capstone coursework on World...

Journalism professor documents memorial build

Some stories are better told from above. When Vern Williams, assistant professor of Journalism, heard about the construction of a Remembrance Garden behind Morrill Hall, he thought it would make a goo...

Digital Media Skills student projects

Each semester, the Journalism Department at Southern teaches more than 100 students in several sections of Digital Media Skills, a technological fluency course for the university. The students produce...

WWI project earns national recognition

The U.S. World War One Centennial Commission has recognized the Journalism Department for its work telling Connecticut stories of World War I as part of a collaboration with Connecticut State Library....

‘Balloonatics’ photographed war from above

By Michael Apotria and Brokk Tollefson, SCSU Journalism students Michael Apotria and Brokk Tollefson, journalism students at Southern Connecticut State University, reported this story in 2017 as part ...