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Syracuse University. S. I. Newhouse School of Public Communications

215 University Place
Syracuse, New York 13244-2100

Email: newhouse@syr.edu

Phone: 315-443-2302

Repository URL: http://newhouse.syr.edu/ External Link

Repository description (extant): Your choice to study at the Newhouse School is a choice to become part of one of the nation's most prestigious communications schools. We prepare our students to be communications industry leaders and our faculty are breaking new ground in today's rapidly changing media landscape.

Students will find virtually every type of communications specialty here, including print, broadcast and online journalism; television and film production; advertising and public relations; and visual and interactive communications. Our faculty members come primarily from these professions and consider teaching a top priority.

Newhouse students stand with the best in the country and go through a highly competitive admissions process to be here. Our alumni are a large, loyal and highly accomplished group of professionals who are shaping the future of public communications across the globe.

Repository type: University Special Collection

Collections:

Civil Rights & the Press Symposium oral histories

 

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