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  • 1. The 7 Leaders of Quinnipiac University’s Journalism Program Photo Courtesy of Quinnipiac University By Carmen Chau
  • 2. Photo Courtesy of Potomac Flacks
    • Lee Kamlet
    • Dean of the School of Communications
    • Emmy award winning producer & former
    • head writer for “ ABC News’ World News ”
    • Holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from Colorado State University
    • Was named the College of Liberal Arts Distinguished Alumnus in 2008
    • A news story called Home Invasions in USA with Lee Kamlet as a contributing author
  • 3. Photo Courtesy of Quinnipiac University
    • Margarita Diaz
    • Department Chair & assistant professor of the Journalism Program
    • One of the founding editors of E! Daily News
    • Was an entertainment editor & writer at the New York Daily News in the 1990’s
    • Holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Arts from the University of Puerto Rico Piedras & a Master’s Degree from Wesleyan University
    • Diaz wrote a brief article on the celebration of the Puerto Rican Heritage Month for the New York Daily News here
  • 4. Photo Courtesy of Quinnipiac University
    • Richard Hanley
    • Director of the Graduate Program & assistant professor of Journalism
    • - Joined the School of Communications in 2001 after a 23-year career as a journalist
    • A 7-time Emmy nominee for his television documentaries, including national PBS works that earned Hanley an AP award
    • A frequent guest on WNPR’s political discussion program titled Politics, Burgers & Beer
    • Holds a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of New Haven & a Master’s Degree from Wesleyan University
    • Last Days of the Coliseum : produced, written & directed by Hanley himself
  • 5. Photo Courtesy of Stan Godlewski
    • Edward Alwood
    • Associate Professor of Journalism
    • Has worked for 14 years as a news reporter at several television outlets, including the Washington Bureau of CNN
    • His research specialty focuses on Journalism history and news of minorities
    • His Ph.D. dissertation received the prestigious Nafzige-White Dissertation Award from the Association of Educators in Journalism & Mass Communication .
    • Holds a Bachelor’s & Ph.D. degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill & a Master’s Degree from the American University
    • Wrote Straight News: Gays, Lesbians, and the News Media
  • 6. Photo Courtesy of The New Haven Register
    • Karin Schwanbeck
    • Assistant professor of Journalism
    • Was a TV reporter for 12 years prior to her teaching career
    • Adviser for the Quinnipiac University chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists
    • Writes for national journalism trade magazines including News Photographer & Communicator
    • Holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Indiana University Bloomington and a Master’s Degree from Northwestern University & Wesleyan University
    • Produced Deadlines and Dollars : a documentary on the pressures of local TV newsrooms.
  • 7. Photo Courtesy of Quinnipiac University
    • Ben Bogardus
    • - Assistant professor of Journalism since August 2010
    • Has worked as a 5pm newscast producer at WJLA ; Won 2 AP awards, an Emmy , & a regional Edward R. Murrow award
    • Has produced coverage of 6 hurricanes (including Katrina ), 3 paralyzing blizzards, 2005 Super Bowl , 2009 Presidential inauguration & live coverage of Reagan’s funeral
    • Holds a Bachelor’s Degree from John Hopkins University & a Master’s of Arts from the University of Virginia as well as a Master’s of Science from Syracuse University
  • 8. Photo Courtesy of Quinnipiac University
    • Brett J. Orzechowski
    • Instructor of Journalism
    • Holds a Bachelor’s Degree from St. John Fisher College
    • Specializes in Print & Broadcast
    • Teaches Introduction to Media Writing , Special Topics in Journalism & Reporting for the Web