Shaheen Pasha wrote "Dubai’s towering skyscrapers are built by a 'horrifically exploitative labor system'” for Quartz Magazine.
Brian McDermott wrote a piece for the National Press Photographers Association called "Students, Spot News and the Boston Bombing." He also photographed recent assignments for Quartz and CommonWealth Magazine.
Shaheen Pasha edited a 16-page special report on Islamic Finance for The Times of London.
Steve Fox participated in the RJI Digital Newsbook Catalog "Telling the Truth and Nothing But," which offers practical guidelines for addressing plagiarism and fabrications in news outlets and journalism education.
Razvan Sibii used the Freedom of Information Act to obtain documents on the court martial trial of a U.S. Marine who, in 2004, killed a Romanian rock star in a car accident in Bucharest. The article (link in Romanian) was published in Sibii's blog, which is hosted on the website of one of Romania's biggest daily newspapers.
Shaheen Pasha published three pieces in Quartz, "HSBC shuts out Iranian, Libyan, and Syrian clients—unless they’re seriously rich," "How Qatar University's Language Policy is Holding Back Students" and "Egyptians, Read These Three Charts Before You Shun Qatar's Aid and Burn Its Flag."
"Is $500 Enough for Enduring the Cruise from Hell?" asked Brad Tuttle in an article for Time Magazine.
Steve Fox took part in a panel discussion on "Navigating the Challenges in Social Media Ethics," at the Journalism Interactive Conference at the University of Florida on Feb. 9.
Steve Fox's chapter entitled "Wired: Sports and the Digital Age," has been published in: "American History Through American Sports."
Brian McDermott wrote about the top five photojournalism stories of 2012 for the National Press Photographers Association.
Steve Fox wrote "UMass Student Death Challenges University's Right to Restrict Information" for Poynter Online.
B.J. Roche was one of several UMass faculty who took part in the New Legislators Workshop held by the UMass President's Office on the Amherst campus. Her panel looked at social media, communication and public relations for the newly-elected Massachusetts legislators.
B.J. Roche was selected as one of 12 fellows to the 2013 Scripps Howard Journalism Entrepreneurship Institute. The program is held at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University in Phoenix. This program will help her develop a concentration in Entrepreneurial Journalism for UMass students.
Steve Fox and B.J. Roche were nominated for the 2012 Distinguished Teaching Award, UMass Amherst's highest recognition of teaching excellence.
Steve Fox interviewed alum and NJ.com reporter S.P. Sullivan about covering Hurricane Sandy.
As part of the 100th birthday celebration of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, 23 of the organization's founding members, including Robert W. Neal of Massachusetts Agricultural College (now UMass Amherst), were recognized and celebrated along with their academic homes at this summer's convention in Chicago.
Online Journalism Certificate instructor Karen Skolfield has just won the 2012 First Book Award for poetry at Zone 3 Press. Her manuscript, "Frost in the Low Areas," will be published fall 2013.
Nick McBride was awarded both the SBS College Outstanding Teacher award and the Distinguished Academic Outreach Award for Outreach in Teaching.
Brad Tuttle recently appeared on CNN to discuss the trend of adult children moving back in with their parents, and was a guest on Boston's NPR station talking about fake online reviews of products, services, and hotels. He covered both topics for TIME, where he is a regular contributor.
Brian McDermott exhibited a selection of photographs from an ongoing project on farmers under 30 at the Northampton Center for the Arts.
Razvan Sibii appeared on a list of the "Top 100 Romanians Who Make Things Happen" compiled by Foreign Policy Romania.
B.J. Roche was awared a grant by the Open Education Initiative to develop a set of resources for Entrepreneurial Journalism and Media Management courses.
Steve Fox published his take on social media and Joe Paterno's death in the Online Journalism Review.
Brian McDermott took portraits of the new 22-year-old mayor of Holyoke, Alex Morse, for a story in CommonWealth Magazine.
Razvan Sibii published an article based on interviews with Occupy Wall Street protesters in Foreign Policy Romania. He also recently published an article titled "National Identity Through Prototypes and Metaphors: The Case of 'Romanianness'" in the Journal of Global Initiatives.
Brian McDermott published an article in the Online Journalism Review about how the subjects of visual journalists are becoming warier of having their image published in the media, and how commercial face recognition software could make this wariness even more acute.
Brian McDermott wrote a three-part series about designing and building a portfolio website for the National Press Photographers Association's Visual Student blog, a website he helped redesign. You can also read the transcript of a live chat he participated in with photojournalism students from around the country.
B.J. Roche published a travel essay in The Boston Globe about two French chapels designed by Henri Matisse and Jean Cocteau.
Brad Tuttle won the Silver Medal in the 2011 Folio Awards for his "Trip Coach" column in Budget Travel. He also wrote two recent stories for Real Simple magazine, "Best Days to Do Christmas Online Shopping" and "Why Do Children Lie, Cheat, and Steal?"
Nancy Cohen has been covering the aftermath of Hurricane Irene in Vermont for Vermont Public Radio and NPR. You can listen to her stories about Vermonters trapped by washed-out bridges and how the cleanup affected local businesses and individuals.
Steve Fox wrote a piece for the Daily Hampshire Gazette entitled "Ten Years Later, Still Sifting Mentally Through the Wreckage."
Brian McDermott published an editorial about preserving access for visual journalists for Free Press on their SaveTheNews.org site.
Karen List published an article in the Daily Hampshire Gazette, "Why Courts Are Still Leery of the Media," in which she argues that courts have never been comfortable with the media, and certainly not 21st century media technology.
Karen List published an essay, "Dancing with Bonnie," in the book Extraordinary Healers, published by CURE Media Group.
Nick McBride presented on "Local Journalism That Made a Difference" at the National Conference for Media Reform.
Razvan Sibii published a Romanian-language article profiling Ahmed Naguib, one of the youth leaders of the Egyptian revolution in Adevarul.
Steve Fox published "Washington Post Plagiarism Case Challenges Educators Who Tell Students Not to Break the Rules" for Poynter.org.
Brian McDermott published "An Ad Buyer's S.E.O. Advice for Online Publishers" in the Online Journalism Review.
Steve Fox published an editorial, "On Parenting Text-Happy Teens," in the Daily Hampshire Gazette.
Brad Tuttle, a blogger for Time.com, wrote an article about a web company encouraging job seekers to offer cash rewards for job leads for the print version of the magazine.
Steve Fox published an editorial, "Parsing News Value Amid Tragedy," for the Daily Hampshire Gazette.
Karen List published an article on "the right to publicity" in the Daily Hampshire Gazette. Does an Arizona State quarterback have the same right to his likeness that the Supreme Court granted to a human cannonball in 1977?
Razvan Sibii delivered a presentation titled "The Easy Example: Pedagogical Convenience or Clever Distraction?" on Nov. 14, at the National Communication Association's Annual Convention in San Francisco.
Nancy Cohen moderated a gubernatorial candidate forum in Connecticut on energy and the environment at Yale's School of Forestryand Environmental Studies.
Brian McDermott photographed and wrote a feature in Boston Magazine's Fall Home issue.
Madeleine Blais wrote about teaching journalism in Bulgaria for Nieman Reports.