|Photo by Mark Felix|
|Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Seymour Hersh was the school's first spring 2013 Speaker Series guest.|
The Journalism Faculty Lectureship brings to campus an exemplary media professional or a distinguished media scholar. The lecturer is nominated and chosen by IU Journalism faculty.
All lectures are free and open to the public.
Follow the series on The Media School website.
5:30 p.m. Feb. 2
114 E. Kirkwood Ave.
As chief foreign affairs correspondent for the PBS NewsHour, Margaret Warner has covered the world’s hotspots, including revolution in Egypt, wars in Iraq, Afghanistan and Syria, and political developments in the Middle East, China, Russia, Mexico and Europe. Warner’s lecture is co-sponsored by IU’s Center on Congress and the Institute for Advanced Study. While here, she will receive the Lee H. Hamilton Public Service Fellowship, presented by former U.S. Rep. Lee Hamilton, director of the Center on Congress.
7 p.m. March 10
Indiana Memorial Union
The New York Times’ Walt Bogdanich is an investigative reporter whose in-depth examinations of malfeasance in government and in the corporate world have won three Pulitzer Prizes and numerous other awards. Bogdanich’s most recent work has focused on the issues of rape on campus, preferential treatment of college athletes and local governments’ response to sexual assault. His investigation of rape allegations against Florida State University standout Jameis Winston uncovered flaws in how local police handled the case.
7 p.m. March 30
Moot Court Room
IU Maurer School of Law
Eric Deggans is NPR’s first full-time TV critic and author of Race-Baiter: How the Media Wields Dangerous Words to Divide a Nation. His recent reports at NPR include reviews of television shows as well as reports on current media issues and their cultural implications. Deggans was named to his current post in 2013 after 20 years as a reporter, writer and critic at the Tampa Bay Times.
Many of our guests also have been interviewed on Profiles, the radio interview show on WFIU the Bloomington-area NPR affiliate.
- Author Sonia Nazario (2014)
- Photojournalist Robert Nickelsberg (2014)
- David Ignatius of The Washington Post (2014)
- David Sanger of The New York Times (2013)
- Maria Hinojosa, executive producer of America by the Numbers with Maria Hinojosa (2013)
- CBS and 60 Minutes broadcaster Byron Pitts (2013)
- Rajiv Chandrasekaran, author and former bureau chief in Baghdad (2013)
- Andrew Ferguson, senior editor at The Weekly Standard (2013)
- Journalist and author Andrew Lam (2012)
- Author David Margolick (2012)
- CBS correspondent Lara Logan (2011)
- Chicago Tribune editor Gerry Kern (2011)
- Journalist and author Sheryl WuDunn (2010)
- Writer and critic Ken Auletta (2010)
- Journalist and author Gay Talese (2010)
- 60 Minutes correspondent Steve Kroft (2009)
- Economist and Beautiful Mind author Sylvia Nasar (2009)
- NPR president and CEO Vivian Schiller (2009)
- NPR’s All Things Considered co-host Michelle Norris (2007)
- CNN correspondent Andrea Koppel (2008)
- The Will Counts Memorial Lecture on Photojournalism featured alumni Michel du Cille, BA'85; Melissa Farlow, BA'84; and Bill Foley, '77, BA'07.
- The Roy W. Howard Lecture on Media Leadership featured alumni Gerry Kern, BA'71; Paul Tash, BA'76; and moderator Carrie Ritchie, BAJ'08.
- A Conversation with Magazine Editors featured Christie Griffin, BAJ'04; Colin Kearns, BAJ'04; Chad Millman, BA'93; and Chandra Czape Turner, BAJ'96.
- Contact Director of Communications and Media Relations Anne Kibbler.