David Cuillier is second author with Charles N. Davis on an edited scholarly book coming out this month, titled Transparency 2.0: Digital Data and Privacy in a Wired World, through Peter Lang Publishing.
Celeste González de Bustamante, an associate professor in the UA School of Journalism, was one of three faculty members out of 2,600 across the university to be awarded the 1885 Distinguished Scholars Award by the university this month. The award, which comes with a $10,000 prize, acknowledges outstanding mid-career faculty who are both leading experts in their fields and highly valued contributors to the teaching, research, and outreach missions of the UA, and are given to those with the “promise to catapult their disciplines to new levels of innovation.” Read the story.
In addition, on May 14, González de Bustamante gave an invited lecture titled, "Migration, Globalization and the News Media," at the Center for Studies on North America at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM).
Michael McKisson won the 2014 Hugh and Jan Harelson Excellence in Teaching Award at the school’s Just Desserts ceremony May 15. The winner is nominated by students.
Carol Schwalbe was profiled as one of the UA’s exemplary teachers in an editorial in the Arizona Daily Star May 18.
Nancy and Joe Sharkey are editors with The New York Times Student Journalism Institute, which is being held this year at Dillard University in New Orleans from May 17-31. Nancy, a former senior editor at the Times, co-founded the Institute, which hosts two dozen selected student journalists from around the country in a two-week multimedia boot camp/newsroom that publishes a daily website and a print edition at the conclusion. Joe has been a columnist with the Times for 18 years. The Institute alternates annually between Dillard University and the University of Arizona School of Journalism, where it was held in 2013 and will return next spring.