Newmark Graduate School of Journalism

Newmark Graduate School of Journalism

Professional
Midtown, New York, New York
(53 Reviews)

Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY offers a top-notch, affordable education teaching traditional journalism values while preparing students to thrive in a rapidly changing media landscape.

As the profession reinvents itself for the digital age, the Newmark J School is at the forefront of equipping the next generation of journalists with the tools to find stories and tell them effectively — using print, broadcast, visual, interactive, and social media.

Just as importantly, our faculty of seasoned, award-winning journalists is preparing students to re-imagine how journalism is practiced so they can help lead the changes underway.

Our students reflect the ethnic, economic, and international diversity of the world, and they take pride in digging out stories about people and neighborhoods in New York City often overlooked in the media.

In our state-of-the-art facility just off Times Square, the Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY is learning and teaching change.

Reviews of Newmark Graduate School of Journalism

(53 Reviews)
Basics of Narrative Writing

11/1/2018
Meredith Kurz

Attended: Basics of Narrative Writing


This was Kaufman's challenge; teach writers of all levels structure of narrative writing, in two 2 hour classes. Kaufman has the experience and chops to give the class, with a hefty portfolio. Assigned quick pieces, these were put up on a screen so the group could critique, objectively. II would take another class from him. [BTW broke many Kaufman rules in this review - adjectives, adverbs, passive verbs - but didn't have three hours to revise, okay?]

Basics of SEO Writing

10/11/2018
Sara A.

Attended: Basics of SEO Writing


Great class. Just what I needed. Very knowledgeable instructor.

Magazine Fact-Checking

5/11/2018
Anonymous

Attended: Magazine Fact-Checking


It was a very good course and the instructor was knowledgeable and engaging. I would be interested in other courses on topics-related to this subject matter.

Politics, Power, & Money

1/18/2018
Anonymous

Attended: Politics, Power, & Money


Very knowledgeable professor. I learned a lot.

Here Comes Virtual Reality

1/14/2018
Anonymous

Attended: Here Comes Virtual Reality


This was a very good beginner's overview of VR. The instructor, Bob Sacha, had great energy and patience.

10 Ways to Improve Your Writing

12/2/2017
Debra D.

Attended: 10 Ways to Improve Your Writing


The class itself was excellent and well taught. Subtracted a star because the content wasn't what we were expecting given the title.

Super Researcher

11/18/2017
Anonymous

Attended: Super Researcher


I couldn't review it more highly. I will be recommending this class widely. Barb was fantastic. What a trove of information she beholds. And at this cost, it was definitely a steal!

Intro to Adobe Premiere Pro CC

10/26/2017
Anonymous

Attended: Intro to Adobe Premiere Pro CC


After the first 2 sessions, I was no longer engaged to join the class. It did not meet my expectations - beginner level and hard to get individual attention with a lot of students. I would have appreciated the flexibility to get a refund.

Intro to Adobe Premiere Pro CC

10/25/2017
Brett E.

Attended: Intro to Adobe Premiere Pro CC


A great and very interesting class.

Intro to Adobe Premiere Pro CC

4/5/2017
Michael S.

Attended: Intro to Adobe Premiere Pro CC


Good class, knowledgeable instructors/profs

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219 W 40th St, New York, New York 10018
Newmark Graduate School of Journalism
Midtown, Manhattan
219 W 40th St
Btwn 7th and 8th Avenues
New York, New York 10018

Directions:
On weekdays, student should go to 219 West 40th Street. All students must go directly to the third floor where our security staff will direct to the specific classroom. On Saturdays and Sundays all students must enter at 230 West 41st Street (our 40th Street entrance is closed most weekends).

Teachers at Newmark Graduate School of Journalism

Adam Marcus Adriana Gallardo Alana Casanova-Burgess Alexandra March Alexis Agliano Sanborn Alia Malek Alyssa Katz Amanda Shendruk Amber Discko Amy O'Connor Andrew Lehren Andrew Marantz Angel Franco B.J. Schecter Barbara Raab Barbara Gray Barbara Gray & Jennifer Preston Barbara Gray and Mandy Jenkins Benjamin Lesser Beth Fouhy Blair Hickman Bob Sacha Bob Sacha & Matt MacVey Bob Sacha & Jeremy Caplan Brian Storm Brooke Borel Carrie Brown Chad Bernhard Claudio Cabrera Dan Archer David Krasnow David Moore Deron Dalton Diane Nottle Ellen Walterscheid & Frederick Kaufman Emmanuel Alexandre Jr. Errol Louis Eugene Richards Eytan Oren Frances Harlow & Chad Bernhard Frederick Kaufman Frederick Kaufman & Susan Farkas Gabe Stuart Gillie Houston Glenn Lewis Graham Roberts Greg David Hong Qu Indrani Sen Indrani Sen & John Smock J. Hamilton Ray Jake Mehani James Estrin James Estrin, Mary Virginia Swanson & Sarah Leen Jeff Mignon Jeff Jarvis Jenn Schiffer Jennifer Hamblett Jennifer Chang Jennifer S. Altman Jere Hester & Sandeep Junnarkar Jeremy Caplan Joanna Hernandez John Cloud John Smock John Keefe Jon Huang Juan Manuel Benítez Judith "Grasshopper" & LinDel Sandlin Jue Yang Karen Mullarkey Kathryn Lurie Katie Rogers Kayle Hope Kenny Malone Kevin Quealy Lam Thuy Vo Lisa Riordan Seville Maggie Steber Malik Singleton Marcelle Hopkins Marcelle Hopkins and Bob Sacha Marco Poggio Martin Burch Mary Ann Rotondi Matt MacVey Maura Kutner Maya Baratz Mia Lobel Michael Lysak Miguel Echegaray Mike Tigas Mitchell Trinka Moiz Syed Nick Wells Onel Mulet Patricia Kitchen Paula Derrow Rachel Wharton Ray Soto Rich Bobe Ryan Sutton Sabrina S. Gordon Sandeep Junnarkar Sarah Ryley Sarah Bartlett Sarah Kramer Scott Mlyn Sebastian Bednarski Shazna Nessa Simon Surowicz Skyler Reid Stacy Martinet Susan Farkas Terry Parris Jr Tim Harper Toddi Gutner Tom Robbins Travis Fox Various Instructors Wayne Svoboda Wonbo Woo Andrew L. Mendelson
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