Teri Schultz to visit NMSU journalism department
Internationally recognized reporter and NMSU alumna Teri Schultz will be on campus visiting journalism classes and speaking with NMSU journalism students Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018. Schultz, who received her B.A. in journalism from NMSU in 1988, is a veteran reporter who has worked with numerous national and international news outlets including NPR, CBS Radio, Reuters, Fox News and CNN, among others. Schultz, now based in Brussels, is currently covering the EU and NATO for NPR, Deutsche Welle and other news outlets. Schultz received the NMSU College of Arts and Sciences Distinguished Alumni award in 2002. She will be visiting several classrooms Thursday morning and talking with students about her career as an international journalist. Welcome, Ms. Schultz!
Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist to lecture at Milton Hall
The NMSU Department of Journalism and Media Studies, with generous help from the New Mexico Humanities Council, is honored to present Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist Don Bartletti. Mr. Bartletti will be in our building, Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2018, to talk about a photography project he produced on Mexican farmworkers titled, “Product of Mexico.”
The project earned Mr. Barletti a 2015 Pulitzer Prize nomination and a Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award. Bartlett, who worked for the Los Angeles Times from 1983 to 2015, was also awarded a Pulitzer Prize in 2003 for his photographic work documenting young Central American migrants’ dangerous journey riding freight trains across Mexico en route to the United States.
Mr. Bartletti will give a lecture and slide presentation on Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2018, at 10:30 a.m. in Milton Hall RM #171. The event is free and open to the public.
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NMSU Associate Professor Bruce Berman gave a TEDxEl Paso talk at the El Paso Museum of Art on Saturday, Sept. 16, 2017.
The talk, titled “Walking Between The Lines: The Nature Of Documentary Photography,” discussed the photographer’s role in the process of documenting socially sensitive issues. The talk was accompanied by 12 images from Professor Berman’s career, and is now available on YouTube.
Berman was one of ten speakers on the agenda. He talked about his recent book, “Walking Juárez,” and discussed the way documentary photographers gain access to subjects, how they work, and how they distribute their work. The theme for this year’s TED talk was “Your city. Your design,” and featured outstanding thinkers and doers. The ten speakers were each limited to 18 minutes.
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