Some news from Media Nation world headquarters

I am honored and pleased to report that I have been officially awarded tenure at Northeastern and have been promoted to the rank of associate professor. I’ve been confident this was coming for the past six weeks, but it wasn’t official until I received a letter from the provost’s office Wednesday.

This has literally been a 10-year quest for me — one year as an adjunct, three as visiting faculty and then six on the tenure track. I’m filled with gratitude for all the support and help I received along the way.

15 thoughts on “Some news from Media Nation world headquarters

  1. David Cable-Murphy

    Congratulations, Dan. Tenure is a high bar in academia, and a grueling process to go through. Now you can just sit back and use the same lecture notes every year until you retire – just kidding.

  2. Congratulations, Dan. Every time I see you on Beat the Press I think about how you have put Northeastern’s journalism program on the map. Your presentations are always well prepared, reasoned and down to earth. Northeastern did well to give you tenure. Now, don’t change.

  3. Jim Callahan

    Congratulations. I hope your students benefit from your teaching as much as I have benefited from your writings about journalism.

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