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  • Brady, '89, Building the Future of Online Journalism

    Jim Brady, SOC BA/'89, helped to launch washingtonpost.com in 1996, spent four years at America Online and then returned to washingtonpost.com in 2004 as executive editor, helping it win the first-ever national Emmy for Web work in 2006.

  • Barry Josephson

    Barry Josephson Makes Hits

    Barry Josephson is an accomplished film and television producer, serving as president of his own production company Josephson Entertainment.

  • AU SOC Students Work with Gallup, USA Today to Track Young Voters

    Professor Dotty Lynch's Election '08: Politics, Polls, and the Youth Vote and Lynne Perri's Visual Media classes worked with Norman to create a poll of voters ages 18 to 29 years old that was released in the nation's largest newspaper.

  • Pam Kaufman Markets Family-Friendly
    Nickelodeon Brand

    As chief marketing officer for Nickelodeon/MTVN Kids and Family Group, Pamela Kaufman, SOC/BA '85, may have one of the most fun jobs a grown-up can have.

  • Josh Williams

    Josh Williams

    Williams gained not only experience, but also a lasting professional network through the weekend program’s cohort system. "What I liked about the cohort program is that there were a few people in there that I really respected."

  • Andrea Bloom

    Alumna's Emmy and Networking Skills Boost Career

    As an MFA student in the School of Communication, Andrea Bloom racked up valuable on-the-job experience and even snagged a Student Emmy for her work on the PBS documentary, EcoViews: The Chesapeake Bay.