Emily is the American Press Institute's 2017 summer fellow. She's working on a project to help newsrooms connect with refugee populations.
Emily is a graduate student at the UNL College of Journalism and Mass Communications studying professional journalism. Originally from Gibbon, Nebraska, she graduated from Hastings College in 2014 with a Bachelor of Arts in English and a minor in visual media.
Spend some time on social media, and you’re sure to see food videos — maybe featuring a restaurant’s unique dish or showing the process of decorating a dessert. NPR is keying into audiences’ appetites for this trend in their recent project NPR Hot Pot. NPR blogs The Salt and Goats and Soda teamed up to […]
Experimenting with visual storytelling formats can allow a newsroom to rise above the clutter by taking a fresh angle to news topics. Last January, The New York Times did that by launching Welcome to the New World, a fully reported graphic narrative. It is the first series of its kind, according to editor Bruce Headlam. […]
You may have seen the numbers by now: there are currently 21.3 million refugees worldwide. Those who come to America have complex stories and belong to communities that are shaping the country’s future. But if you’re a reporter or editor, how do you tell those stories? Some media professionals may be at a loss when […]