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My Life As Speaker Series Presents Maggie Haberman

Maggie haberman
Maggie haberman
New York Times White House Correspondent Maggie Haberman

Maggie Haberman, White House correspondent for The New York Times, will deliver the latest My Life As Speaker Series lecture next month.

Her lecture will be streamed live on Wednesday, April 7, at 6 pm on the Stony Brook School of Communication and Journalism’s YouTube, Facebook and Twitter.

Haberman, a 2018 Pulitzer Prize winner, will discuss her political reporting career and work covering the White House. Haberman joined The Times in 2015, and has covered five presidential elections. Prior to The Times, Haberman worked for Politico, the New York Post, and the New York Daily News.

About the School of Communication and Journalism

The School of Journalism was founded in 2006, and renamed the School of Communication and Journalism in 2021. Its faculty include Pulitzer Prize winners, award-winning international and foreign correspondents, and experts in digital innovation. Graduates have gone on to work as reporters and media professionals at organizations around the country, including The New York Times, Buzzfeed, Moth Radio Hour, Council of Foreign Relations, Major League Baseball, and Nieman Lab.

The School is home to the Alda Center, the Marie Colvin Center for International Reporting and the Center for News Literacy. It also offers the Robert W. Greene Summer Institute for High School Journalists, a one-week intensive program designed to introduce students from across Long Island and New York City to the possibilities of journalism as a career.

The School’s My Life As Speaker Series invites some of the biggest names in journalism to speak to students and the campus community about their lives and careers. To date, more than 75 speakers have inspired audiences and students.

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