Journalism professors and “Millennials” took on the topic of engaging a new generation of budding journalists at a panel Sunday afternoon. There’s no firm agreement on just who qualifies as a member of the Millennial Generation, but the group is generally considered to include people born between 1980 and 2000. The panel featured two of them, Alexis Hauk, a reporter for the New Bedford Standard-Times, and Lauren Whaley, who writes for the Center for Health Reporting. The panel also featured three journalism educators: Sarah Pollock, a professor at Mills College; Gwyneth Doland, who teaches at the University of New Mexico;... read more
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