Professor Tony Rogers earned an M.S. in journalism from Columbia University, and a B.A. from the University of Wisconsin. From 1993 to 1997 he worked at the New York Daily News, one of the nation's largest newspapers, where he was the Long Island Bureau Chief and later the Deputy National News Editor. He has also been a reporter for The Associated Press, a copy editor for the Philadelphia Daily News, a police reporter and copy editor for The Capital Times in Madison, Wis., and a reporter for the Auckland Star in New Zealand. He is the author of "Newswriting on Deadline," published by Allyn & Bacon/Longman, and runs the journalism section of the About.com website. Some of his recent articles can be found here.
journalism instructor Lanny Morgnanesi is Executive Director of College
Communications at Delaware Valley College and former executive editor of
The Intelligencer in Doylestown. He began his newspaper career at the
Bucks County Courier Times in Levittown after receiving an MA in
journalism from the University of Missouri.
English Professor Stephen O'Neill, who teaches advertising copywriting, earned his B.A. in journalism and English from Duquesne University and an M.A. in English from Carnegie Mellon University. He has worked in advertising and has taught at Bucks for nearly 30 years.
"The reporting skills I
learned at Bucks have helped me earn eight first-place writing awards
and a nomination for the Pulitzer prize for my newspaper. The teachers
are like good newsroom editors - tough, smart and always pushing you
beyond what you think you're capable of."
-J.D. Mullane, investigative reporter, Bucks County Courier Times
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