Liberian Media Development

Media development in West Africa

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Ten Days In Israel

Professors Joel Kaplan and Simon Perez took 15 journalism students on a 10-day trip to Israel and the West Bank.

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Kathleen Flynn

2017 Accountability Lab, Liberia Visual Fellow

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They Shall Not Perish

Documentary screening and panel discussion about the Armenian Genocide and the humanitarian movement that followed.

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Become an Accountability Lab Fellow

Apply to work in Liberia, Nepal, Pakistan or Mali

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Running for Cover:
Politics, Justice & Media in the Syrian Conflict

A day long event with international experts held Thursday, October 6, 2016

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Reflections: One Land One Love

A project about hope & struggle in the Palestinian Territories & Israel

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Accountability Lab Newhouse Fellowship Program

We've created opportunities for students to work in Liberia, Nepal and Pakistan.

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Internship Annoucements

Near East Foundation and Newhouse announce internships

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Visualizing Ebola In Liberia

Answering a call for help through collaboration



The Newhouse Center for Global Engagement is dedicated to bringing knowledge to the world through storytelling, collaboration and innovation.


Each project takes a new approach to tackling a global issue, putting theory to practice and contributing to the conversation by creating knowledge and then molding it into an easy-to-consume format. The center supports efforts that transform ideas into action.


Q: What is the purpose of the Newhouse Center for Global Engagement?


The Newhouse Center for Global Engagement is the central hub for all of the Newhouse School's global projects. The center employs storytelling, collaboration and innovation to creatively tackle the world's pressing issues. Public diplomacy is crucial for any international operation, but our focus is to tap into the global communication ecosystem to effect change—from multimedia projects to scholarly research to international relations.

There is often a disconnect between theory and practice, between academia, the professional industry and the real world. We seek to bridge this gap and blur the lines between academics, storytellers and the general public. The center acts as the adhesive binding together these previously distinct groups to form an intelligent collective consciousness prepared to address issues of global concern.

Q: What is Newhouse?


The S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University houses the country's leading communications programs, including broadcast and digital journalism; television, radio and film; public relations; advertising; magazine and newspaper journalism; photography; media studies; and others. Faculty are industry experts who teach students to not only adapt to the ever-evolving media landscape, but also to innovate and become change-makers themselves.

Q: How do I get involved with the center?


Are you interested in going global? Do you want to make a change? If so, you should contact the faculty member involved in a project of interest to you, your program's department chair or center director Ken Harper by filling out the form below.

Q: Does the center have employment or internship opportunities?


For inquiries regarding employment, internships or research assistantships, please contact us using the form below and let us know how you would like to help. We will let you know if there is an opening available.

Q: Does the center have any political affiliation?


No, the center is not affiliated with any political party. Our central goal is to connect people through communication while providing opportunities for our students and faculty though practical experience.

Q: Does the center have any industry partnerships?


The center is currently in partnership with The Fader, and exploring additional partnerships.