Missouri School of Journalism

I am an Adjunct Professor of Journalism for the University of Missouri’s School of Journalism – the world’s oldest journalist school and consistently ranked one of the best. I am Director of the School’s Brussels Programme – which involves finding internships for up to 25 journalism and communications students and teaching classes on EU media and politics. Using my extensive contacts in Brussels I have placed students at Reuters, AP, Bloomberg, The Financial Times, European Voice, New Europe, The Bulletin, SWIFT, Procter and Gamble, The US Media Hub, Hill and Knowlton, Levi’s, Burson-Marsteller, Amcham EU and various NGOs and think tanks.

For more information about The Missouri School of Journalism, click here: http://journalism.missouri.edu/

I am also active in the university’s Transatlantic Center, helping to organise and find speakers for conferences and giving lectures to students on European issues in Missouri. For more information about the Transatlantic Center, click here: http://eu.missouri.edu/


I am a lecturer at the Institut des Hautes Etudes de Communication Sociales, where I teach a Master’s course in European Journalism. I have also taught a class for visiting journalist students from Germany for four years. For more information about IHECS, check out their site: http://www.ihecs.be/contents/index/index/id/84

I have also taught journalism classes at IEP, Sciences-Po, Lille in France and the Hogeschool Journalistiek, Utrecht, Netherlands


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