Dr. James Simon
Professor of English
o: Donnarumma Hall Rm 106
Local professor co-authors book on 'Environment Reporters'
Dr. James Simon, director of Fairfield's journalism program and co-author of "Environment Reporters in the 21st Century" (Transaction Press, 2010) the first nationwide study of U.S. environment reporters - said the BP oil spill story is so big and has lasted so long that many news organizations, especially in the Gulf region, have been forced to use the entire newsroom to cover the continuing impact on natural resources, business, government, science, health, energy and human interest issues.
Published in Fairfield Patch on 7/7/10
Dr. James Simon, director of Fairfield University journalism program and co-author of "Environment Reporters in the 21st Century"
Published in the Connecticut Post on 7/7/10
Obama would win state over McCain
Professor James Simon, who teaches political and government reporting at Fairfield University, said the outlook for Clinton is pretty bleak. "The three top issues for voters favor a Democratic candidate, and you have a Republican candidate who is wrapping himself in (President) Bush's policies. That’s why it is so shocking her win (against McCain) is within the margin of error," Simon said.
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