Alumni News

Newhouse alumni are making news across the country and around the globe. Here's what some of them have been doing lately. Have a story idea? Email


E.g., 12/17/2018
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Public Relations Society of America chairs have familiar faces

Three of the last five national chairs of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) have been Newhouse alumni

Lara Sorokanich '15

Making schools safe without turning them into prisons

Lara Sorokanich '15 discusses her Popular Mechanics series 'Guide to Safer Schools'

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Ian Eagle ’90 to receive Marty Glickman Award for Leadership in Sports Media from the Newhouse School

The ceremony, hosted by the Newhouse Sports Media Center, will be held Nov. 1 on campus

Back to the beginning

Dan Kaplow ’87 brings three decades of television and film expertise to a Syracuse-area project

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Newhouse alumnus Mel Elfin '51 dies

The former Newsweek Washington bureau chief was a longtime member of the Newhouse Advisory Board

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Newhouse School instrumental in expansion of multibillion-dollar economic development initiative

Briana Prevost G'13

Briana Prevost G'13

“Arts Journalism is a renowned journalism program that offered, allowed and encouraged growth in so many areas of the arts which is what I knew I wanted to make my career out of.”

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Charter Communications exec Gary Schanman ’92 joins Newhouse Advisory Board

Melanie Hicken '09 and the cover for A Deal With the Devil

‘Like something out of a movie’

Melanie Hicken ’09 will visit Newhouse to discuss her book about one of the longest running cons in history.

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Alumna teaches students power of storytelling in Tanzania

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Face to Face

Graduate student Michelle Gabel receives international acclaim for her virtual reality installation about one woman’s recovery from a terrible accident.

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Newhouse honors late faculty member Stan Alten, establishes award in his name