Digital Journalism

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The Digital Journalism program is no longer accepting new students effective Winter Semester 2018.  Courses required by current students to graduate will continue to be offered.

 

Digital Journalism:  Faculty and Sessional Instructors

 
Kyle Asquith, Ph.D., Assistant Dean

Kyle Asquith, Ph.D.
, Assistant Dean (Interdisciplinary and Graduate Studies), Faculty of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences

Associate Professor, Department of Communication, Media & Film
Office: Lambton Tower 4101
phone: (519) 253-3000 ext. 2904

Email:  kasquith@uwindsor.ca

Please contact Dr. Asquith for information and/or if you have questions about Digital Journalism.

 
 
Blake Roberts is a journalist and adjunct professor of journalism and political scienceBlake Roberts, MA
Journalist and Past Chair, Digital Journalism
Adjunct Professor of Digital Journalism and Political Science
Adjunct Professor of Political Science, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI
2018–19 courses: DIGJ-4300 “Digital Journalism Practicum,” DIGJ-4400 “Professional Studio – Collaborative Studio IV”
 
 
Award-winning journalist, poet, playwright, historian, photographer and editor
Sessional Instructor, English, Creative Writing, and Digital Journalism
2018–19 courses: DIGJ-2300 “Writing for Digital Journalism,” DIGJ-2400 “Advanced Skills – Collaborative Studio II”

 

Rich Garton CTV reporter and journalism coachRich Garton
CTV reporter and journalism coach
Sessional Instructor, Digital Journalism
2018–19 courses: DIGJ-2200 “Introduction to Online Design and Publishing,” 3200 “Computer-Assisted Reporting”
 
 
 
 
 
 
Sarah Sacheli is a research communication coordinator and former Windsor Star journalistSarah Sacheli
Research Communications Coordinator and former Windsor Star journalist
Sessional Instructor, Digital Journalism
2018–19 courses: DIGJ-2250 “Media Law & Ethics”
 
 
 
No photo of Al Yelle is currently availalbeAlain (Al) Yelle
Sessional Instructor, Digital Journalism
2018–19 courses: DIGJ-2220 “Introduction to Audio/Visual Production”

 

 
 
 
 
Updated:  November 26, 2018