Food For Thought: Meg Heckman

Conversation, Lecture, Presentation

Food For Thought: Meg Heckman

Wed, Mar 21, 2018 12:00 pm-1:00 pm Ryder Hall 161
Conversation, Lecture, Presentation Wed, Mar 21, 2018
12:00 pm-1:00 pm Ryder Hall 161

Join faculty from the College of Arts, Media and Design for Food for Thought, where Meg Heckman, School of Journalism, will present Her Truth: Analyzing the Editorials of Nackey Scripps Loeb, a recent project she lead with graduate assistants and with support from a grant from NULab for Texts, Maps and Networks. This event promises to present a lively discussion of creative research over lunch.

Meg Heckman, a graduate of the Northeastern School of Journalism, recently returned to campus to train the next generation of digital storyteller. She’s a faculty member in the Media Innovation program, which is designed to empower working journalists to become digital storytellers, and the faculty advisor for The Scope, the university’s student-led justice reporting lab. Her recent work has appeared in USA TodayThe Boston Globe, and the Columbia Journalism Review. Much of her journalism has focused on shedding light on the oft-overlooked role of women and other minorities in journalism, a topic that she first looked into for her master’s thesis and hopes to continue investigating now that’s she’s returned to Northeastern. 

Lunch will be Served

This ongoing colloquium series aims to nurture the intellectual community of CAMD faculty and is curated this year by Associate Professor of Architecture, Cammy Brothers and Assistant Professor of Communication Studies, Meryl Alper.


Ryder Hall 161

Meg Heckman

Assistant Professor, School of Journalism