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Preparing you for your first job—and then to lead the field

In response to a query about his poor health and possible demise, Mark Twain replied, “The report of my death was an exaggeration.”

So too, reports of the death of journalism are also an exaggeration.  Journalism is alive and well and the success of our graduates is a testament to that.  It’s also a testament to the program, our campus media, and the various other elements that combine to make the journalism experience.

As you scroll through the names below, we hope you’ll join us in celebrating all the great work that our graduates are doing – as well as all the great things they’re accomplishing.  But that’s not all – we hope that you’ll also notice that a degree in journalism open doors – a lot of them.  And, as you’ll see from some of the profiles, a degree in journalism doesn’t limit you to the field of journalism.

Adam Ellick
Director and Executive Producer of Opinion Video at The New York Times.
Eric Sherling
CNN's Senior Vice President of Washington and Special Events Programming
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Senior Manager for Digital Content at the Women’s Sport Foundation
Nick Corasaniti
Domestic Correspondent covering national politics for The New York Times
Sarah McCloskey
Manager and Internship Coordinator at WRIC Channel 8’s NPR affiliate, Virginia Public Media
Tanya Hutchins
Communications representative, International Assoc. of Machinists
Tom Garris ‘18
General Assignment Reporter and Anchor at WPTZ in Burlington, Vermont