The Role of the Journalist in Today's Society, Topic of Brown Bag Lunch at DeSales, Wed., Sept. 22
The role of a journalist in today's society will be the focus of the talk, "It's All News to Me," by Kathleen Parrish, general assignments reporter for The Morning Call, at noon, Wed., September 22, in Trexler Library. The program is part of the Brown Bag Lunch Series and is open to the public free of charge.
In her talk, Parrish will draw from her own personal experiences to discuss the role of today's journalist in our society. A writer for the Morning Call, Parrish is experienced in writing articles on local, state, and national issues, as well as current events.
Parrish received her bachelor's degree from the University of Dayton and her master's from Columbia University. She has received numerous awards from the Pennsylvania Women's Press Association, as well as the German Marshall Fund of the United States Fellowship and the Keystone Press Association.
In addition to writing for The Morning Call, Parrish has also taught at Muhlenberg College as an adjunct professor.
Trexler Library established the Brown Bag Lunch Series in September 1999. The purpose of the series is to provide faculty, staff, and students an opportunity to share their research projects, personal interests, and hobbies with the whole DeSales University community.
For more information on the program or the Brown Bag Lunch Series, please contact Loretta Ulincy, public services librarian with the Trexler Library at DeSales University, at (610) 282-1100, ext. 1346 or at Loretta.Ulincy@desales.edu.
Press Release: The Role of the Journalist in Today's Society, Topic of Brown Bag Lunch at DeSales | Posted on: 9/20/2004
For more info:
Tom McNamara, Executive Director of Communications
DeSales University | 2255 Station Avenue | Center Valley, PA 18034
610.282.1100 x1219 | Tom.McNamara@desales.edu