Newhouse's television, radio and film program offers you unique opportunities in and out of the classroom. Experiences like the LA Semester and Newhouse in New York City programs, student media outlets like Orange Television Network and resources like the Bleier Center for Television and Popular Culture enhance your education and allow you to tailor it to your interests and goals.

For complete major requirements and a list of available undergraduate television, radio and film courses, see the SU Course Catalog.

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Tula Goenka

Professor Television, Radio & Film Also teaches in: Communications

Tula Goenka is a filmmaker, author, human rights activist and professor. She teaches courses in multimedia storytelling, film production and Indian cinema, and started her filmmaking career as an editor for Spike Lee, James Ivory and Mira Nair, among others. She now produces and edits her own documentaries, including the award-winning PBS film "Dancing On Mother Earth," about singer/songwriter Joanne Shenandoah, "El Charango," about the musical instrument from Bolivia, and “Likhiya: Writing Stories With Mithila Art” a series of short films on artists from Madhubani, Bihar in India.

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