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Jerry Dunklee

Jerry DunkleeProfessor of Journalism
M.S., Emerson College, Communications
B.S., Michigan State University, Radio & Television 
Office:  Morrill Hall 202A
Phone:  (203) 392-5801



Publications and experience

Professor Dunklee has over 40 years experience as a broadcaster and teacher. He has worked as a news reporter, news director, program director, disc jockey, and talk show host on radio, TV, and cable. Among the stations he has worked at are WELI in New Haven; WABC and WMCA in New York; and WMEX and WWEL in Boston. Dunklee's work has been published in the New York Times, Hartford Courant, New Haven Register, The Communicator, and Quill, the national magazine of the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ). He is a past president of the Connecticut Chapter of SPJ, and a member of the board's Connecticut Journalism Hall of Fame. He is a former member of the society's national ethics committee. He has been a source for numerous articles and books about various aspects of journalism. He conducts ethics seminars and writing workshops for professional journalists.

SCSU Courses Taught

JRN 101 - The Media: Freedom & Power
JRN 200 - Basics of Journalism
JRN 210 - Broadcast News
JRN 298 - Sports Broadcast
JRN 302 - Political Reporting
JRN 303 - Great Journalism
JRN 310 - Television News Documentary I
JRN 311 - Television News Workshop
JRN 340 - Journalism Workshop I
JRN 351 - Media Law and Ethics
JRN 410 - Television News Documentary II
JRN 490 - Journalism Capstone
JRN 497 - Journalism Internship