Carolyn Nielsen

Nearly two years after their trip to Tunisia, three Western professors and their Tunisian counterparts have published the first of several journal articles exploring student journalist motivations for pursuing the craft.    

As Tunisia began to stabilize its…

Western Washington University Associate Professor of Journalism Brian J. Bowe, Professor of Journalism Carolyn Nielsen, and Assistant Professor of Journalism Joe Gosen and their L'Institut de Presse et des Sciences de l'Information colleagues Arwa Kooli and Rafia Somai presented…

WWU Assistant Professor of Journalism Betsy O'Donovan and Professor of Journalism Carolyn Nielsen presented their research, "Curious Citizens: Whose voices are heard in 'people-powered' reporting," on Aug. 7 at the virtual Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication conference…

Journalism Professor Carolyn Nielsen's article, "Send her back: News narratives, intersectionality, and the rise of politically powerful women of color," has been published in the Summer 2020 edition of the International Symposium on Online Journalism, which is also available online: https…

A book titled "Reporting on Race in a Digital Era” by Carolyn Nielsen, Western Washington University professor of Journalism, has been published by Palgrave MacMillan.

Nielsen, a professor in Western’s Department of Journalism and a former journalist, analyzed years’ worth of news…

Western Washington University Associate Professor of Journalism Brian J. Bowe has received a $100,000 university linkage grant from the U.S. Embassy in Tunisia to improve journalism education through an exchange with students and faculty at Western.

“Tunisia is a country that, over the…

Western Washington University Associate Professor of Journalism Carolyn Nielsen’s latest research paper, “Old Norms, New Platforms: Objectivity and U.S. Reporting About Race in a Digital Era,” was a finalist for The Association of Educators in Journalism & Mass Communications (AEJMC)…

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