Michigan State's School of Journalism is known for innovative research and creative work that help shape the standards and changes of the media industry.
Researchers led by Eric Hunter within the MSU Department of Communicative Sciences and Disorders are exploring whether broadcasters experience occupational hazards related to their voice and hearing. The research is part of an effort funded by the National Institutes of Health that examines the occupational demands of high voice use professions.Read more
Eric Freedman is Professor of Journalism and former Associate Dean of International Studies and Programs. During his 20-year newspaper career, he covered public affairs, environmental issues and legal affairs for newspapers in New York and Michigan, winning a Pulitzer Prize for coverage of a legislative corruption scandal.
Geri Alumit Zeldes, Ph.D., is a tenured professor in MSU’s School of Journalism and the Faculty Excellence Advocate for the College of Communication Arts & Sciences. Her anthology includes journal articles, documentary films, radio documentaries, book chapters and a comic book - many works recognized by international communication associations such as the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and the Broadcast Education Association.