Enrique Núñez-Mussa is a Ph.D. student in the School of Journalism and is a Fulbright scholar.
He is an external graduate student affiliated with the Center for Latinx Digital Media of Northwestern University.
His research interests are journalism's societal function, authority, discourse, and norms. Before, he was an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the School of Journalism of Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chili (PUC), where he directed the fact-checking initiative Factchecking.cl and was the faculty advisor of the Journalism School's magazine Kilometrocero.
He has worked on projects about misinformation and fact-checking, digital news, and journalism and democracy, such as the Chilean chapters of the Digital News Report and The Media for Democracy Monitor. His work was been published in book chapters and journals like Communication & Society, Estudios sobre el Mensaje Periodístico, Comunicación y Sociedad and Obra Digital.
He holds a Master Erasmus Mundus in Journalism, Media, and Globalization at Aarhus University with a joint degree in Journalism and Media Across Cultures at Hamburg University. His BA is in Social Communication, with a Major in Journalism and a Minor in Literature from PUC. He also holds a certificate in Photojournalism from Aarhus University and one in University Teaching from PUC.