Faculty at the College of Journalism and Mass Communication are nationally recognized experts on how to use social media platforms to improve reporting and reach a wide audience.
Before joining academia in 2007, Sue Burzynski Bullard worked as a reporter and editor at newspapers in Michigan and New York, including a 3-year stint as managing editor of The Detroit News. As an associate professor in the College of Journalism and Mass Communication, she has focused on digital media and how journalism uses social media. She is the author of "Everybody's an Editor: Navigating Journalism's Changing Landscape" (2011, with a second edition published in 2014). Her research has been published by Harvard University's Nieman Reports, the American Copy Editors website and Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication publications.
(Bryan) Ming Wang teaches courses in public relations, social media and campaign strategy development. Prior to his graduate studies in the United States, Wang worked in journalism and strategic communication in China. His research interests include the effects of social and mobile media on citizen engagement in the political, social and commercial realms.