J.D., Georgetown Law (2007)
B.A., Case Western Reserve U. (1999)
Press And Society
S/T: Media Ethics
I view communication as a skill or a trade. The best way to learn it is by doing it. Consequently, my classes include a lot of hands-on assignments, such as writing newspaper stories for my Newswriting class and producing news videos and blogs for my Web Journalism class. I am also of the opinion that higher education should not merely be a vocational education but should also provide students with the tools to create a better world. To that end, I teach students the importance and value of team work, critical thinking and ethics.
media law, journalism, social media, media ethics, Internet ethics, web design
Internet law, media ethics, journalism
Mark Grabowski & Sokthan Yeng (2011). Identity and the Web of Information: A Look at Mug Shot Mania in Digital Media. In International Symposium on Digital Ethics (pp. 30). Chicago, Illinois.
Mark Grabowski (2011). Technical Difficulties at the Supreme Court. In Southern States Communication Association’s Annual Convention (pp. 20). Little Rock, Arkansas.
Mark Grabowski (2009). Convergence Frenzy: Succeeding in the New Media Market. In Institute on Political Journalism: Politics, the Press & the Economy. Washington, DC.
Other Scholarly/Artistic Work
Produced “Journalism Ethics & Rules” video, used in online supplement for “Media Ethics: Cases and Moral Reasoning (9th ed.).” Published by Allyn & Bacon in 2012.
Creator of CubReporters.org, a journalism website with 48,000+ visitors per month.
Honors and Accomplishments
Congressional Fellowship, American Political Science Association, 2003-04
Adelphi University Faculty Technology Grant, 2012
Columnist for AOL News
Community and Corporate Leadership
Board of Visitors at Institute of Political Journalism, Washington, DC, March 2010 – present