College of Communication & Creative Arts - Journalism
For general inquiries about the Journalism Department, please contact Jennifer Henning, the department secretary, at 856-256-4049 or email@example.com p>
Professor Mark Berkey-Gerard is the chair of the department and teaches Online Journalism and Data Journalism courses. His current research interests include mobile journalism, digital storytelling, trauma journalism, and the online news community in Philadelphia. He is a graduate of the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.
Professor DiUlio is an instructor and full-time freelance magazine writer and former editor of South Jersey Magazine. His work has appeared in publications such as New Jersey Monthly, Philadelphia Style, and the Courier-Post. Professor DiUlio teaches magazine article writing classes.
Dr. Garyantes teaches news reporting, online journalism, and senior seminar courses. She worked as a reporter for daily newspapers in CT, VT and NJ, and later as a TV producer for Banyan Productions, producing programming for The Discovery Channel, TLC, Discovery Health, and Twentieth Century Fox Television. She worked as a doctoral teaching assistant for Temple University’s multimedia journalism lab, which publishes the website philadelphianeighborhoods.com. Her research interests include multimedia journalism and the cultural competence of journalists.
Dr. Hausman teaches print, broadcast, and ethics courses. He is the author of 20 nonfiction books and the editor of a web-based newsletter on ethics. His interests include ethics, journalism of society, propaganda, and privacy issues. He earned his B.A. from the University of State of New York, M.A. from Antioch University, and a Ph.D. from Union Institute.
Professor Lynn is a Rutgers journalism undergraduate and a 2005 graduate of Rowan’s public relations master's program. Professor Lynn teaches Publication Layout and Design. She is also a freelance writer and project manager of newsletters and annual reports for Rowan’s Colleges of Engineering.
Professor Kelley earned her B.A. from Howard University, M.S. from Syracuse University, and J.D. from Seton Hall Law School. Professor Kelley teaches broadcast writing and production courses as well as Media Law. She is the former host of the PBS-affiliated NJN television series, Another View. She is the recipient of three Telly awards. She has also been nominated for five Emmys.
Professor Quigley holds her B.A. from Villanova University and an M.A. from the University of Maryland. She teaches print writing courses and ethics and has worked for The Philadelphia Inquirer, Palm Beach Post, Orlando Sentinel, Daytona Beach News-Journal, and the Fayetteville Observer. Her interests include media ethics, children and families journalism, and pop culture.
Professor Anastasia has taught at Rowan since 2004 and teaches magazine article writing and sports journalism. He has been a sports writer in the South Jersey/Philadelphia area since 1980 as well as a beat writer for the Philadelphia Eagles and sports columnist for the Courier-Post. Currently, he is a sports columnist for The Philadelphia Inquirer.
Ed Benkin is a sports anchor and reporter for KYW Radio in Philadelphia. He also works as a sports anchor for WIP Radio. Mr. Benkin served as the play-by-play announcer for radio football, hockey and lacrosse broadcasts at Princeton University from 1995-2012, and is currently the fill-in play-by-play announcer for Temple Football and Basketball. He brings this experience to his alma mater, Rowan University, as our Sports Broadcast professor.
Professor Haught is the metro editor at The Daily Journal in Vineland. A Rowan University graduate, he has a background in business reporting and section editing and has been a journalist since 2001. Professor Haught teaches Enterprise Journalism and Publication Layout and Design.
Professor Houck is an executive editor for SLACK Incorporated. She currently works on the four international editions of Ocular Surgery News, a newspaper covering ophthalmology around the world. She is also certified as an Editor in the Life Sciences. She teaches Publication Layout and Design.
Professor Spade earned an M.A. in public relations from Rowan University in 2003. She has worked in both the government and nonprofit sectors and currently works for a nonprofit financial institution in Philadelphia. She has also worked as a freelancer to create Web sites and marketing materials for a small gourmet chocolate company and a local Philadelphia rock band.
Amy Z. Quinn
Professor Quinn is an independent journalist who began her career in journalism covering South Jersey for The Philadelphia Inquirer. Currently, she writes a column for the Philadelphia City Paper and is a freelance contributor to the Inquirer and the Allentown (PA) Morning Call. She has won various awards for her journalism skills and works diligently to continue her success. Professor Quinn teaches a variety of journalism courses, including Media Ethics and Journalistic Writing.
Professor Reighn-Garron holds a B.A. in journalism and a M.A. in public relations from Rowan University. She teaches Publication Layout and Design and also works as a freelance magazine designer. Professor Reighn-Garron was formerly the Art Director for the Courier-Post and has experience with photograpy, production, advertising and marketing that complement her graphic design and journalism expertise.
Professor Tulini has been at Rowan for 12 years. He holds an M.A. degree in mass media and communication from Temple University. He is a former editor at the Courier-Post in Cherry Hill. He has also worked in the newsroom of the South Jersey Bureau of The Philadelphia Inquirer in Cherry Hill and WCZN-AM in Aston, PA. Professor Tulini teaches Enterprise Journalism and News Reporting I, taking students to the new world of online journalism.
Professor Williams has been a photojournalist for 30 years and an adjunct professor at Rowan since 2009. A photojournalism, film and TV graduate of Rochester Institute of Technology, he also holds an M.A. in Digital Photography from Savannah College of Art and Design. He has worked as an Assistant Director for WTTG-TV in Washington D.C., as well as a staff photographer at Newsday Newspaper in New York. A former staff photographer at the Philadelphia Inquirer, he is the recipient of over 150 international, national and regional photo awards. He is a seven-time Pulitzer prize nominee, three times being a finalist. Professor Williams teaches Photojournalism.
Professor Woodell has been an adjunct professor at Rowan since 1999. She is a Glassboro State College graduate and has been a journalist for more than 30 years. Currently, she is a sports copy editor at the Philadelphia Daily News and author of “Whistling Past the Graveyard,” a blog about cemeteries and land use. Professor Woodell teaches copy editing.