TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Laura Sullivan, a correspondent for National Public Radio (NPR), will speak to Florida A&M University (FAMU) journalism students Thursday, September 18, at 11 a.m. Her speech is a part of a fall colloquium series hosted by the FAMU School of Journalism and Graphic Communication (SJGC) and will take place in the school’s lecture hall.
Since joining NPR in 2004, Sullivan has covered crime and punishment issues for Morning Edition, All Things Considered, Day to Day, and other NPR programs. She has won several awards including the Dart Award for outstanding reporting and the Edward R. Murrow Award.
For more information on the colloquium and upcoming guest speakers, contact Dorothy Bland (850) 599-3719.
About the School of Journalism and Graphic Communication
The Florida A&M University School of Journalism and Graphic Communication was founded in 1982. Its Division of Journalism was the first journalism program at a historically black university to be nationally accredited by the Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communications. It offers four journalism sequences: newspaper, magazine production, broadcast (television and radio) and public relations. The Division of Graphic Communication was accredited in 2002 by the Accrediting Council on Collegiate Graphic Communication. It offers four major tracks: graphic design, printing production, printing management and photography.
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