Scholarship & Creative Work

Newhouse faculty are known globally for their contributions in and out of the classroom. They conduct communications-related research, speak at academic institutions around the world, write for academic and popular publications and receive honors for their work.

Grode covers "Opening Skinner's Box" for the New York Times Theater Section image description

Thompson quoted in Atlanta Journal-Constitution article about CNN's comeback image description

Gutterman quoted in U.S. News & World Report story about Trump's divisive rhetoric image description

Gutterman quoted for LA Times story on Supreme Court decision allowing offensive terms in a trademark image description

Grygiel quoted in USA Today story about Trump and Twitter image description

Gutterman quoted in Fresno Bee story about the legality of calling Congress image description

Grygiel quoted in New York Times article about Facebook and spammers image description

Thompson interviewed for Adweek story about sexual misconduct on reality television image description

Grygiel interviewed for Spectrum article about police live-streaming active scenes image description

Pike authors opinion piece for The Hill image description

Lim earns top paper award at Korean Academic Society for Public Relations conference image description

Gutterman quoted in Sioux City Journal article about argriculture industry lawsuit targeting broadcasters image description

Golan article to be published in the International Communication Gazette image description

Chock co-authors two publications image description

Brown published in The New York Times image description

Gutterman lectures in China image description

Communication Research is the top-ranked of 74 communication journals evaluated by Thomson-Reuters image description

Newhouse supports National News Engagement Day Oct. 7 with interactive events, GoPro giveaway image description

Syracuse University professors launch online piano tutorial Entrada Piano image description

‘Garwin’ to be screened in New York City Dec. 11 image description

The film explores the rich and controversial career of Richard Garwin, the designer of the first hydrogen bomb and an adviser to every president since Eisenhower

Professor Ken Harper talks with Ochre about EbolainLiberia; the data has stalled, the urgency has not image description

Liberian offical: "I’m trying to strike a balance between staying alive and being useful—it’s a hard thing to do."

TRAC Co-Founder’s groundbreaking investigative books now available as digital editions image description