Veteran journalist Judy Woodruff to receive Fred Dressler Leadership Award at Newhouse School’s Mirror Awards ceremony June 12

Veteran journalist Judy Woodruff, longtime anchor and managing editor of the “PBS NewsHour” and now a senior correspondent, will be honored with the Fred Dressler Leadership Award at the 17th annual Mirror Awards ceremony on June 12. The awards, sponsored by Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, honor excellence in media industry reporting.

Judy Woodruff

Judy Woodruff

Woodruff served as anchor and managing editor of “PBS NewsHour” for 11 years before becoming a senior correspondent. During 2023 and 2024, she is undertaking a reporting project, “America at a Crossroads,” to better understand the country’s political divide. She has covered politics and other news for more than four decades at CNN, NBC and PBS.

Woodruff is the recipient of numerous awards, including the Peabody Journalistic Integrity Award, the Poynter Medal, an Emmy for Lifetime Achievement and the Radcliffe Medal. She and late journalist Gwen Ifill were together awarded Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Journalism after Woodruff and Ifill were named co-anchors of the “PBS NewsHour” in 2013, marking the first time an American national news broadcast was co-anchored by two women.

For 12 years, Woodruff served as anchor and senior correspondent for CNN, where her duties included anchoring the weekday program “Inside Politics.” At PBS, she was the chief Washington correspondent for “The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour,” anchored PBS’ award-winning weekly documentary series “Frontline with Judy Woodruff,” was the principal reporter for the PBS documentary “Nancy Reagan: The Role of a Lifetime” and completed “Generation Next: Speak Up. Be Heard,” an extensive project on the views of young Americans.

At NBC News, Woodruff served as White House correspondent and as “Today” show chief Washington correspondent.

Woodruff is a founding co-chair of the International Women’s Media Foundation and serves on the boards of trustees of the Freedom Forum and The Duke Endowment. She is a former trustee of the Carnegie Corporation of New York and the Urban Institute, and a member of the Knight Foundation Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics. She is the author of “This is Judy Woodruff at the White House.”

The Dressler Award is given to individuals or organizations that have made distinct, consistent and unique contributions to the public’s understanding of the media.

About the Mirror Awards

The Mirror Awards are the most important awards for recognizing excellence in media industry reporting. Established by the Newhouse School in 2006, the awards honor the reporters, editors and teams of writers who hold a mirror to their own industry for the public’s benefit. This year’s finalists will be announced next month.

The 2023 Mirror Awards ceremony will be held Monday, June 12, in New York City. Additional details will be announced soon.

For information about sponsorship opportunities, contact Carol Satchwell at For information about the event, email

Syracuse University to Launch a New Degree in Esports Communications and Management

The joint degree program will be offered by the Newhouse School and Falk College.

Syracuse University will soon begin offering a new, first-of-its-kind degree program focused on esports.

The program, Esports Communications and Management, will be offered jointly by the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications and the David B. Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics. It will include three tracks: Esports Business and Management; Esports Communications; and Esports Media and Design. The University will begin enrolling students to the program in fall 2024.

“The esports program is a natural extension of Syracuse University’s leadership in sport-related programs and commitment to 21st century academic excellence,” says Chancellor Kent Syverud. “This new major is the latest example of Syracuse University innovating, expanding career options in emerging fields and delivering programs students want.”

“This new academic offering is particularly exciting because it leverages the University’s key areas of strength, distinction and excellence to embrace an emerging, fast-growing field and provide our students with the tools to enter that field,” says Vice Chancellor, Provost and Chief Academic Officer Gretchen Ritter. “Investment in our sport-related academic disciplines will be one of the keys to our success moving forward.”

A proposal for the Esports Communications and Management degree was passed by Falk College and Newhouse School faculty last fall. It was subsequently passed by the University Senate in December and approved by the New York State Department of Education in February. A search is currently underway for an executive director of esports.

The program, which will be among the first of its kind at a major university, taps into the rapidly growing, multibillion dollar esports industry and builds upon work already happening on campus. The Barnes Center at The Arch, the University’s recreation center, includes a designated esports gaming room outfitted with Omen Obelisk gaming stations; Xbox, PlayStation and Nintendo consoles; SIM racing stations; and a virtual reality unit. An active Esports Club has also flourished in recent years.

Jeff Rubin, special advisor to the chancellor on esports and digital transformation, has been leading the effort to bring an esports major to Syracuse. For more than a year, Rubin has been working with faculty and deans from both Falk College and the Newhouse School to develop the program that will span both colleges.

“It has been an extraordinary experience working with some of the smartest minds in communications and sport management to develop a program that will be at the forefront of this burgeoning industry,” says Rubin. “I am especially proud of the collaborative work that is producing the educational opportunities and experiences are students are looking for.”

In 2018, the Newhouse School collaborated with social video service Twitch to launch an innovative new course, Esports and Media, which is still offered through the school’s Sports Media Center (SMC). Rotating industry partners serve as case studies for the students, who develop skills to enhance the company’s social media strategy, distributed content and brand management. Some recent partners include ESL, Microsoft and Super League. The course is co-taught by SMC director Olivia Stomski and Chris Hanson, associate professor of English in the College of Arts and Sciences, who has taught multiple courses with an esports component over the last several years.

“The Newhouse School has long been known for excellence in sports communications, with roots stretching back to 1939 alumnus Marty Glickman, one of the first great sports broadcasters,” says Newhouse School Dean Mark J. Lodato. “We are excited to build on that foundation with this new degree, which—as we have already seen with our academic programming in esports—will set students up for success in this burgeoning field. Our partnership with Falk College ensures a truly top-notch program that will provide students with the best possible education and training to keep pace with the industry.”

The Falk College has been at the forefront of sport industry education for 20 years. In 2005, Falk launched one of the nation’s earliest undergraduate degrees in sport management, followed by one of the very first undergraduate degrees in sport analytics in 2017.

“The Falk College is an established leader in sport management and sport analytics academic training, preparing future leaders who have found great career success in the sport industry,” says Falk College Dean Diane Lyden Murphy. “With this partnership between the Falk College and the Newhouse School, Syracuse University is well positioned to enter the next era of growth in sport academic programming with a major in esports.”

“This pioneering esports degree will focus on an emerging sector of the global and domestic sport industry,” says Michael Veley, chair of the Department of Sport Management in the Falk College. “It combines the strengths of Falk and Newhouse programs in sport communications, media production, technology, business and event management to offer a cutting-edge degree.”

“This esports major embodies the culture and reputation of both the Newhouse School and the Falk College,” says Stomski. “We have spent countless hours researching the industry and the interests of our students to create a rigorous and dynamic curriculum that will prepare graduates to succeed in this thriving, ever-changing field.”

Stomski, Veley and Hanson—together with Newhouse School Assistant Director of Academic Operations Rachel Francisco, sport management Undergraduate Director Gina Pauline, David B. Falk Endowed Professor Rick Burton and Falk College Senior Associate Dean Eileen Lantier and Falk Academic Operations Manager Kelly Pettingill—worked to build the new degree as part of a University-wide task force convened last spring. The well-rounded curriculum is designed to provide students with industry-specific competencies in event management and marketing, broadcasting/production, communications, content creation, entrepreneurship, strategic communications and esports experience and design. The three tracks will provide students with the ability to tailor the degree according to their career goals.

CNN’s Abby Phillip to emcee Newhouse School’s Toner Prizes Celebration March 27 in Washington

Abby Phillip, CNN’s senior political correspondent and anchor of “Inside Politics Sunday,” will serve as master of ceremonies at the award ceremony for the Toner Prizes for Excellence in Political Reporting on Monday, March 27, in Washington, D.C.

Abby Phillip
Abby Phillip

The Toner Prizes, sponsored by Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, honor the life and work of late alumna Robin Toner ’76, the first woman to be national political correspondent for The New York Times.

Phillip joined CNN in 2017, covering the Trump Administration as White House correspondent through 2019. In 2020, she moderated CNN’s Democratic Presidential Debate in Iowa. She also anchored special coverage of Election Night in America. In January 2021, she anchored the CNN Special Report “Kamala Harris: Making History.”

Phillip joined CNN from The Washington Post, where she served as a national political reporter covering the White House. She previously was a digital reporter for politics at ABC News, and has also covered the Obama White House for Politico as well as campaign finance and lobbying.

Phillip was named to the Time 100 Next list in 2021 and she was the recipient of the National Urban League’s Women of Power award.

The Toner Prizes for Excellence in Political Reporting recognize the best U.S. national or local political reporting in any medium or on any platform—print, broadcast or online. Two prizes—one for local and one for national reporting—carry a $5,000 honorarium. Winners will be announced at the awards ceremony.

The event will begin at 6 p.m. at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, 1300 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, D.C. Tickets and tables may be purchased online.

For information about sponsorship opportunities, contact Carol Satchwell at For information about the event, contact Amanda Griffin at

Sen. Mitt Romney to Keynote Newhouse School’s Toner Prizes Celebration March 27 in Washington

U.S. Sen. Mitt Romney of Utah will be the keynote speaker at the award ceremony for the Toner Prizes for Excellence in Political Reporting on Monday, March 27, in Washington, D.C.

U.S. Sen. Mitt Romney of Utah

The Toner Prizes, sponsored by Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, honor the life and work of late alumna Robin Toner ’76, the first woman to be national political correspondent for The New York Times.

Romney was sworn in as senator in January 2019. He serves on the Foreign Relations; Health, Education, Labor and Pensions; Homeland Security and Government Affairs; and Budget committees. On the Foreign Relations Committee, Romney serves as ranking member of the subcommittee on East Asia, the Pacific and International Cybersecurity Policy. He is also a member of the Senate National Security Working Group. In 2021, he was honored with the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum’s Profile in Courage Award for his consistent defense of the fundamental principles of democratic governance.

Romney has earned a reputation for reaching across the aisle to advance major priorities that benefit Utah and people across the country. As part of the “G10” working group of bipartisan senators, Romney played a key role in enacting landmark legislation that invests in U.S. infrastructure. During the COVID-19 pandemic, he helped lead negotiations on the Bipartisan Emergency COVID Relief Act, which provided more than $900 billion in emergency relief to American students, families, businesses, workers and healthcare providers. Romney continues to advocate for his bipartisan TRUST Act, legislation to rescue federal trust funds like Medicare and Social Security from impending insolvency.

Past keynote speakers for the Toner Prize Celebration include U.S. Sen. Corey Booker of New Jersey, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan, U.S. Sen. Mark Warner of Virginia, former Ohio Governor John Kasich, President Barack Obama, former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, then-Vice President Joe Biden, late Rep. John Lewis of Georgia and former Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius.

The Toner Prizes for Excellence in Political Reporting recognize the best U.S. national or local political reporting in any medium or on any platform—print, broadcast or online. Two prizes—one for local and one for national reporting—carry a $5,000 honorarium. Winners will be announced at the awards ceremony.

The event will begin at 6 p.m. at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, 1300 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, D.C. Tickets and tables may be purchased online.

For information about sponsorship opportunities, contact Carol Satchwell at

For information about the event, contact Amanda Griffin at

Genaro Armas ’94, G’95 named Newhouse School communications director

Genaro Armas ’94, G’95, a seasoned strategic communications professional with extensive higher education and journalism experience, has been named Director of Communications for the Newhouse School.


Armas will join the school next month. He comes to Syracuse from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM), where he is public relations manager. He will serve as a member of the dean’s executive leadership team.

“Genaro’s unique perspectives and varied professional experience will benefit the Newhouse School in many ways,” says Dean Mark J. Lodato. “I know he will be a champion for our students, faculty, staff and alumni.”

At UWM, Armas works with university leaders, faculty, staff and students on a variety of projects that support institutional priorities including enrollment marketing, retention and inclusivity, diversity, equity and accessibility initiatives. He develops strategies to promote the university’s story, collaborating with marketing and communications team members in producing content for web, email and social media. His responsibilities include media relations and crisis communications. Additionally, he led the team that launched the Curious Campus podcast, designed to promote research at UWM. 

Before joining UWM, Armas spent more than two decades as a journalist with The Associated Press, working in Albany, New York; Philadelphia; Washington, D.C.; State College, Pennsylvania; and Milwaukee. He covered everything from political conventions to the Olympics and won awards for breaking news when he covered the Sandusky crisis at Penn State University.

Armas earned a bachelor’s degree in magazine, news and digital journalism from the Newhouse School and a master’s degree in political science from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs.

“As a proud graduate, I am excited by the opportunity to put the skills I learned here to work for my alma mater,” Armas says. “I look forward to sharing the compelling stories of the talented students, alumni, faculty and staff of the Newhouse School.”

Armas replaces Wendy Loughlin, who joined the Newhouse School as the founding Director of Communications in January 2007. Loughlin is now the Executive Director of Academic Communications in Syracuse University’s Division of Communications.

Fall 2022 Dean’s List

The following undergraduate students enrolled in the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications were among those named to the Dean’s List for the Fall 2022 semester. To qualify, students completed a minimum of 12 graded credit hours and earned at least a 3.5 GPA (on a 4.0 scale) during the semester.

Students: Please contact Undergraduate Advising at with questions about your current Dean’s List status.

Karen M. Abaya

Christian J. Abdo

Lucia S. Abela

Kathryn V. Abkemeier

Tate Abrahamson

Marie E. Achkar

Benjamin D. Adams

Delaney Adams

Megan Adams

Neil D. Adams

Kylie A. Adedeji

Chilekasi C. Adele

Mia N. Adelman

Tyler J. Aitken

Anthony Alandt

Sarah C. Alessandrini

Benjamin Alfano

Olivia J. Allison

Dante J. Almanzar

Naiya J. Amin

Daniel D. Amron

Abigail Anastas

Sophia L. Anastasakis

Margaret A. Anderson

Nickaylia A. Anderson

Mullane R. Andreychuk

Mia E. Angioletti

Grace A. Anthony

Gino F. Antimarino

Nicole Aponte

Nathaniel A. Applebaum

Victoria R. Aragi

Jacqueline S. Arbogast

Katherine E. Armlin

Lindsay K. Arons

Jake E. Aryeh

Chelsie O. Auguste

Erin Augusterfer

Jade Aulestia

Isabella K. Austin

Sara E. Ayers

Luke C. Backman

Remy F. Bailard

Anthony C. Bailey

Carter Bainbridge

Emily J. Baird

Emily K. Bakalos

Thomas G. Baker

Stella Balaskas

Alexander F. Baldwin

Cole A. Bambini

Kate P. Bantle

John N. Barber

David A. Barbier Jr

Sophie L. Bard

Molly L. Baron

Kathleen M. Barrett

Kaylee L. Barrett

Kenneth J. Barrist

Jack I. Barsh

Drew Bartelstein

India E. Bartram

Samantha Bash

Natalie Bass

Vir S. Batra

Eleanor J. Batten

Abigail F. Baughan

Michaela W. Baxter

Samuel A. Baylow

Jude G. Bazerman

Nicole E. Beaudet

Kayla J. Beck

Madelyn G. Beck

Audrey B. Becker

Sophia F. Becker

Nicholas Beebower

Caitlyn M. Begosa

Isabel T. Bekele

Molly H. Beker

Gabriella M. Bella

Marguerite T. Bellotti

Charles P. Ben-Ami

Riley J. Benedik

Emily T. Benjamin

Nicholas S. Benjamin

Jesse N. Ben-Meir

London A. Bennett

Scarlett S. Benson

Isabelle H. Beranbaum

Mira L. Berenbaum

Asher N. Berenblat

Sydney A. Bergan

Jackson B. Berger

Emily J. Bergman

Jacob P. Bernardini

Andrew S. Berrell

Dylan L. Beyer

Marlana O. Bianchi

Yana Bichkova

Allison R. Bilger

William C. Birks

Starla R. Birnbaum

Lindsay H. Bisk

Brooke B. Blackwell

Evan A. Blenko

Michael S. Bliss

Carly P. Blitzer

Danielle M. Blyn

Colin C. Bock

Rosina L. Boehm

Julia M. Boehning

Phoebe L. Bogdanoff

Faith L. Bolduc

Anna R. Boling

Blake J. Borges

Rohan Borges

Julia Borodkin

Brooke K. Borzymowski

Allison Boschetti

Emily M. Bosco

Julia M. Bossis

Joseph A. Bottini

Roxanne M. Boychuk

Olivia G. Boyer

Gabriel J. Bradham

Caitlyn E. Brady

Arbeas L. Braha

Hannah M. Brandt

John R. Bransfield IV

Dillon E. Brendle

Patrick V. Breslin

Ellie Brill

William M. Broad

Kendra L. Broddus

Ashley L. Broderick

Matthew Brodsky

Morgan T. Bromley

Lillian V. Brooks

Madeleine J. Brousseau

Chelsea Brown

Griffin N. Brown

Margaret A. Brown

Ryan A. Brown

Sloane L. Brown

Emily J. Bruck

Bryan R. Brush

Christopher E. Buerle

Jordan R. Bullock

Jordan S. Burda

Aidan J. Burke

Connor W. Burke

Gloria H. Bushong

Clark T. Butcher

Caroline R. Butler

Evan N. Butow

Teresa C. Buzzoni

Jenna Byers

Taylor L. Byrne

Sean A.C. Caddo

Megan Caffey

Morgan E. Calcara

Devin Campbell

Hope M. Campbell

Kaitlin A. Campbell

Anabelle M. Canals Olivencia

Eliza L. Cardillo

Natalia Cardone

Quinn C. Carletta

Elizabeth A. Carlson

Iris C. Carlson

Mallory Carlson

Wyatt T. Carlson

Grace A. Carrigan

Gustavo A. Madero Carriles

Kelly M. Carroll

Caroline M. Casey

Chesnie M. Caster

Makenna L. Castoro

Cecilia G. Catalini

Claire L. Ceccoli

Katherine B. Cefalo

Joshua E. Chacon

Chon Kei Chan

Fei Y. Chan

Ethan V. Chanin

Isaac G. Chapin

Samuel Chapnick

Nathan T. Charles

Jacob G. Charnow

Joane Marie C. Chavez

Bowen Chen

Kebei Chen

Suyun Chen

Victoria Y. Chen

Xinyue Chen

Yu Ju Chen

Emily B. Chernett

Muxin Chi

Dominic C. Chiappone

Jasmine Chin

Jack H. Chinsky

Rachel M. Chowanec

Madison R. Christiansen

Derrick Chun

Christopher M. Cicchiello

Sailor V. Ciluzzi

Landon A. Clary

Dylan P. Clemens

Rebecca I. Clyde

Brian J. Cohen

Catherine M. Cohen

Lucas B. Cohen

Reese A. Cohen

Sophia H. Cohen

Leah L. Cohn

Noah J. Concordia

Spencer J. Congel

Callie L. Connelly

Troy A. Conner

Anne L. Conners

Margaret G. Constantine

Jesse A. Cook

Isabella Corral

Gianna M. Corrente

Cameron Cortigiano

Kiran K. Costa

Sofia R. Costa

Louisa J.P. Coulman

Ava J. Council

Rachel A. Cramer

Elizabeth A. Crandall

Leila S. Crist

Ava K. Critchell

Cameron C. Crook

Stella B. Crowther

Ruifeng Cui

James Cunningham

Alexandra M. Cuoco

Olivia C. Curreri

Samantha M. Currier

Carlie S. Cushner

Mia S. Cutler

Camden R. Cyr

John Dales

Erica A. Daley

Grace A. Daley

Victoria G. Daly

Sophia D’Ambrozio

Rylee E. Dang

Alessandra M. D’Angelo

Samantha C. Danylchuk

Devin J. Darmody

Sophia L. Darsch

Anjana Dasam

Katarina F. Davey

Natalia Davidson

Collin B. Davies

Alexandria R. Davis

Chloe B. Davis

Kelly M. Davis

Sophie J. Davis

Tyler L. Dawson

Sofia R. De La Grana

Gabrielle N. De Oliveira

Madison N. De Vera

Allison Y. De Young

Alex S. Deangelis

Grace L. Deboer

Kayley A. Decina

Caleb Decker

Katelyn R. Decker

Lauren E. Degennaro

Nicholas M. Dekaney

Isabella M. Del Rey

Lang A. Delapa

Jacob B. Delforte

William Delgado

Caroline B. Delisle

Andrew E. Della Piana

Carley B. Dellaratta

Sean P. Dempsey

Samantha K. Denaro

Jiaxing Natalia Deng Yuan

Grace Denton

Kira A. Desai

Ryan M. DeSalvo

Jennifer A. DeStefano

Marjorie P. Devine

Anna M. Devries

Kate I. Diament

Madyson S. Diaz

Patricia Diaz Escobar

Julia E. Dicesare

Dallen S. Dicesaris

Benjamin K. Dietz

Cori R. Dill

Jessica N. Dimatteo

Samantha B. Dinerman

Giana DiTolla

Dominic V. DiTommaso

Michael J. Divestea

Nicolette M. Doherty

Sarah E. Dolgin

Brianna Dollar

Huimin Dong

Madelyn L. Doolittle

Daniela Dorado

Kelsey M. Dornfeld

Charlotte J. D’Orsi

Sarah Dorval

Jared C. Dowling

Roman T. Doyle

Olivia Dublin

Olivia C. Duet

Liv M. DuFine

Kelly E. Dugan

Olivia F. Dumont

Payton T. Dunn

Samantha J. Dupree

Zoe H. Durham

Marissa G. Dworken

John T. Eads IV

Charlotte A. Ebel

Luke M. Eckel

Evan K. Edmiston

Jared F. Edsell

Niah K. Edwards

Molly E. Egan

Benjamin Eichler

Ian K. Eisenbrand

Anya C. Elias

Luke P. Elliott

Mia Elortegui

Anjali J. Engstrom

Gabriella R. Enriquez

Destiny A. Erazo

Jacob Erlbaum

Christopher D. Ern

Lauren R. Eschenbrenner

Maya L. Espinel

Caitlin K. Espiritu

Mario R. Esteb

Caroline M. Estella

Cameron A. Ezeir

Abdelrahman H. Fahmy

Casey Fahrer

Rachel D. Fain

Matthew K. Fairfax

Toluwanimi Fajolu

Lucy D. Farrell

Chloe M.-J. Fatuova

Ari L. Feinstein

Charles N. Fellows

Brenna E. Fels

Anna Fern

Roshan Fernandez

Silvino A. Fernandez Rosado

Hannah C. Ferrera

Campbell L. Ferrick

Ella M. Fiegener

Brennan M. Finder

Freddie J. Fine

Audrey N. Fink

Nicholas D. Fiore

Patrick J. R. Firrell

Dagny C. Fisher

Madeline G. Fitzpatrick

Erin R. Flack

Amalie Flam

Emma A. Fleming

Amelia Flinchbaugh

Gabriella M. Fling

Alexandra N. Flood

Elisabeth B. Flynn

Tamzin J. Folz

Katie Fongvongsa

Natalie N. Fournell

Carly M. Fox

Sydney J. Francis

Brenna J. Francisco

Bianca E. Franco

Ethan G. Frank

Leila I. Frankina

Hunter S. Franklin

Trevor F. Fraticelli

Anastasia M. Frazier

Meagan E. Frechette

Greta K. Freed

Benjamin Freedman

Cameron S. French

Daniella S. French

Jessica Friebely

Lillian Friedman

Peri I. Friedman

Genevieve P. Friend

Olivia G. Friess

Sydney H. Froelich

Julian E. Frucht

Michaela A. Fry

Hannah B. Frydman

Nico Gabbi

John Gadamowitz

Philip J. Galati IV

Dyana S. Gales

Samantha M. Galfus

Mariano Gama

Siyuan Gao

Aviya Garg

Reed B. Garland

Sydney R. Garmoe

Kunaal Garodia

Michele J. Garten

Angelo M. Garufi

Hannah E. Gates

Reese N. Gaudelli

Lily E. Gavin

Christiane Gbabiri

Mia L. Gelb

Elizabeth A. Gelber

Allison T. Geller

Bryce E. Gelman

Leana M. Genovese

Keighley A. Gentle

Tyler X. Gentry

Michael C. George Jr

Jaden Gerard

Julia Gershowitz

Ryan D. Giancola

Ashley M. Gibbs

Lukas J. Gibson

Mai Gibson

Maxwell D. Gifford

Adam M. Giglietti

Lillianna A. Gikas

Jason K. Gillan

Alyssa Gillen

Anna G. Ginelli

Justin Girshon

Mia Givens

Zoe E. Glasser

Nickolas A.B. Glassman

Elizabeth L. Glowacki

Audrey M. Glynn

Gabriel R. Glynn-Habron

Mariana Godinez-Andraca

Valerie R. Goetter

Liam A. Goff

Emily Gold

Alexandra Goldberg

Charles Goldberg

Emily J. Goldberg

Jacob C. Goldberg

Rachel D. Goldberg

Joshua M. Golden

Dylan L. Goldman

Joshua S. Goldman

Sarah Goldman

Zachary H. Goldman

Sophie I. Goldstein

Spencer I. Goldstein

Caitlin R. Golla

Alexa C. Gonzalez

Nhya Gonzalez

Benjamin F. Goodman

Jack I. Goodman

Geoffrey W. Goose

Maya L. Goosmann

Jacqueline R. Gorman

Amanda A. Gormley

Kylie H. Gorsky

Gisele Gosset

Jacob E. Gourwitz

Ava R. Graf

Carly M. Grafstein

Tucker L. Gralewski

Nehilah Grand-Pierre

Natalie M. Granja

Mario Graves Dominguez

Madison P. Grebler

Lily E. Greco

Elijah P. Green

Erin C. Green

Adam R. Greenberg

Micah A. Greenberg

Jordan A. Greene

Dylan A. Greenhouse

Alyssa M. Gregg

Jonathan J. Grenot

Anne N. Griffin

Liam M. Griffin

Caileigh M. Grimes

Jacob Grindstaff

Grace G. Guido

Campbell C. Gulbrandsen

Phoebe E. Gullingsrud

Phoebe E. Gulsen

Timothy R. Gulyn

Jianzhe Guo

Weiziwu Guo

Yaoxinyu Guo

Noah A. Gutfleisch

Janice S. Ha

Ashley J. Hackel

Spencer P. Haines

Aaron Hall

Griffin T. Hall

Eliana R. Hallegua

Arietta Hallock

Jacob I. Halperin

Samantha A. Halperin

Jessica E. Hammersley

Ava A. Hanuscin

Aleksander H. Harasim

Emma R. Harby

Gretchen L. Harken

Olivia K. Harley

Molly E. Harrigan

Nathaniel L. Harrington

Claire A. Harris

Claire E. Harrison

Gabrielle S. Harrison

Layla F. Harrison

Greta Hartwyk

Tess Harvey

Catherine M. Haugen

Kristin R. Hauptman

Aidan R. Hayes

Paige M. Hayes

Jialing He

Anya U. Hegde

Nicholas G. Held

Katharine E. Heldt

Ava L. F. Helmer

Kyle J. Henderson

Kathryn G. Hendry

Brooks A. Herb

Kiley E. Herlihy

Jesse G. Herman

Ryan H. Hermann

Cristina M. Herrera

Margaret E. Hicks

Vincenzo Hid Arida Suarez

Dianna K. Higaki

Anna E. Hill

Katie A. Hill

Sidney O. Himel

Mia E. Hinz

Christopher J. Hippensteel

Brooke Lynn Hirsch

Thomas J. Hober

Alexandra Hodge

Polly A. Hoffman

Lauren M. Holdmeyer

Annika C. Holmberg

Emily K. Holmberg

Nicole L. Holmes

Porter Holt

Maurice G. Holtzman

Jackson P. Holzer

Ye Won Hong

Andrew J. Hood

Bradley E. Hoppenstein

Karly J. Hopper

Ava M. Horigan

Nicolas Horning

Gabriel C. Howe

Zachary M. Howell

Xiaoman Hu

Xinyue Huang

Catherine C. Hudson

Edward J. Hudson

Kevin D. Hughes II

Hannah E. Humphrey

Aine M. Hunt

Fiona K. Hurless

Kendall S. Hymes

Lilli A. Iannella

Rowan E. Ide

Henry M. Ihle

Yui S. Inagawa

Zachary P. Infeld

Alicia S. Ingabire

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Newhouse announces winners in 2022 ESSPA Awards competition

On Dec. 7, the Newhouse School announced the winners of the 2022 Empire State School Press Association (ESSPA) Awards, which honor high school student journalists from across New York State.

The 2022 award winners are:

View the 2021 winners here.

Newhouse School public relations program recognized by PRNews

For the third year in a row, the Newhouse School’s public relations program has been named to the PRNews Education A-List, which recognizes the top PR programs in the U.S.

“The public relations program at Newhouse has a reputation for excellence, so I am not surprised by this honor,” says Newhouse School dean Mark J. Lodato. “Thanks to an innovative curriculum, stellar faculty and incredible hands-on opportunities, our PR students get the best possible education and training and are ready for career success as soon as they graduate.”

Newhouse offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees in public relations, as well as a master’s degree in public diplomacy and global communications, which combines public relations and international relations coursework in partnership with the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs. Additionally, Newhouse offers an online master’s of communications with a specialization in public relations.

PRNews made note of the school’s recently revamped curriculum, which includes graduate and undergraduate courses in social media and society, social media and innovation and diversity in public relations. The curriculum emphasizes writing for digital media, incorporating technological advances in client-based PR research and campaigns, leadership skills and DEI standards, resources and best practices.

Newhouse is home to a student-run public relations firm, Hill Communications, which provides students with opportunities to take leadership roles and work with real-world clients. Students also have the option to study abroad or in major cities through Newhouse’s programs in New York City, Washington and Los Angeles.

Tarryn Mento named WAER news director

Tarryn Mento, professional in residence at WAER, has been named the station’s news director. The announcement was made by executive director and general manager Chris Bolt.

Tarryn Mento

“Tarryn has a professional past that shows commitment to elevating journalism and creativity,” Bolt says. “In the professional in residence role, she has also demonstrated great enthusiasm and energy in helping students learn and grow. I see her as a perfect addition to help WAER with both of our missions: to enlighten, entertain and engage the community; and to provide professional development opportunities to students.”

Mento joined WAER in 2021 as professional in residence after her experience at KPBS in San Diego, where she produced audio, video and digital content as a health, immigration and community journalist. She was previously a multimedia producer in New York City at MetroFocus and a Pulliam Fellow at the Arizona Republic in Phoenix.

She will oversee the news department’s shift to more digital content and distribution and will also work to enhance broadcast news offerings, improve community engagement programming and elevate student experiences. She will report to Kevin Kloss, content and operations manager.

“Tarryn brings a tremendous number of fresh ideas to the role of news director, and we’re excited to see her vision for multiplatform news coverage develop at WAER,” Kloss says.

WAER serves the greater Syracuse area with NPR and local news, eclectic music and Syracuse University sports. The station has long been the training ground of choice for aspiring broadcasters from the Newhouse School, and it officially became part of the school last year.

Beverly Kirk named Director of Washington Programs

She will be based at the new Center for Democracy, Journalism and Citizenship.

Beverly Kirk

Newhouse School dean Mark J. Lodato today announced that Beverly Kirk, a seasoned professional with more than two decades of experience in journalism, has been named Director of Washington Programs. In this position, Kirk will expand and lead the Newhouse School’s Washington, D.C., student programs across multiple communications majors with a primary focus on journalism. She will be based at the Center for Democracy, Journalism and Citizenship, a joint initiative of the Newhouse and Maxwell schools.

“As we look forward to launching the new Center for Democracy, Journalism and Citizenship with the Maxwell School, we are excited to have Beverly join us as a key player in those efforts,” Lodato says. “Her extensive Washington experience, her knowledge of journalism and communications and her passion for educating and shaping the next generation of journalism leaders combine to make her the ideal candidate for this position.”

Beginning in 2023, Kirk will also lead the Newhouse School’s Washington Capstone, which allows broadcast and digital journalism graduate students to spend a summer reporting from the capital.   

Kirk is currently executive director of JOURNEY to Lead, a nonprofit women’s leadership initiative, and is also a non-resident senior associate of the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) International Security Program. She previously was fellow and director for outreach for the CSIS International Security Program and director of the CSIS Smart Women, Smart Power Initiative, where she hosted the “Smart Women, Smart Power” podcast featuring women leaders from around the world who are experts in foreign policy, national security, international business and development. Before that, she was director of the CSIS multimedia production and design studio iDeas Lab.

Before joining CSIS, Kirk was a journalist working for local and national news organizations including NBC, NPR and PBS. She spent much of her career focused on domestic and international politics and government. She also founded a media consulting company and has expertise in media curriculum design. She is a member of the national advisory board of the University of Kentucky Institute for Rural Journalism and Community Issues and a member of the board of the Leadership Council for Women in National Security.

Kirk holds an M.A. in diplomacy and international commerce from the University of Kentucky and is a summa cum laude graduate of Western Kentucky University with degrees in history and broadcast journalism.

“I am honored to join the Newhouse School and to be a part of the new Center for Democracy, Journalism and Citizenship,” Kirk says. “The opportunity to help expand Newhouse’s presence in Washington and work with the next generation of journalists is very exciting.”