Sreenath "Sree" Sreenivasan is an academic and practitioner in journalism and communications, serving as the inaugural Marshall R. Loeb visiting professor at Stony Brook University School of Journalism in New York.
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The young reporters featured in this book were in the midst of a tragedy that most Americans felt deeply if from a distance. Amongst them are contributors from Newsweek, the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, the Boston Globe, The Advocate, Stars and Stripes, CNN, Reuters, the Stuyvesant Standard, Yomiuri Shimbun, India A...
This book is remarkable. I recommend it to students looking to learn about “real-world” reporting by young journos. • The impossibly poised @smkalita took her storytelling (and empathy levels) to new levels on 9/11. #NeverForget911 (👀 @JimmyVanBramer) – source
Sreenath SreenivasanSep 11, 2019
Imagine the unimaginable, think beyond, create the new.In todays fast-changing world its easy to feel overwhelmed by the technology and data which seem to drive everything around us. But Beth Comstock, vice-chair of General Electric, one of the largest companies in the world, presents a bold new claim this book: it is the power of human imagination...
A great book for midcareer folks looking for a path forward in careers & lives. “Imagine It Forward,” by @bethcomstock, former GE vice chair. Blurbs by @AdamMGrant @simonsinek @susancain Kim Scott, Seth Godin [I recommend it for those reading this thread] – source
Sreenath SreenivasanSep 05, 2018
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