Meg Heckman Assistant professor in the School of Journalism email@example.com Expertise midterm elections Meg Heckman in the Press Article Nieman Journalism Lab What’s the future of the gender beat in U.S. newsrooms? Meg Heckman is an assistant professor of journalism at Northeastern University, where she leverages historical and contemporary research to dismantle journalism’s macho culture and improve representation of women in news media. Article The Independent Biden faces backlash after snapping at CNN reporter: ‘You’re in the wrong business’ Meg Heckman, a professor of journalism at Northeastern University in Boston, researches the role of women in journalism. She said she would be playing the clip to her students to trigger a discussion when they return in the fall. Article New Hampshire Public Radio Nackey Scripps Loeb and the Newspaper That Shook the Republican Party Meg Heckman – author and assistant professor of journalism at Northeastern University. She worked as a reporter and editor for the Concord Monitor newspaper for more than a decade. Article WGBH Do Newspaper Endorsements Still Matter? Why A Hoary Tradition May Be Facing The End Of The Road. My Northeastern colleague Meg Heckman has written an important thread about political endorsements by news organizations. Her starting point is the Concord Monitor’s unusual decision not to endorse in the New Hampshire primary. Article Politico The New Hampshire Newspaper Publisher Who Became the ‘Political Godmother’ of the Modern Right Meg Heckman is an assistant professor of journalism at Northeastern University. Article The Conversation Protections against sexual misconduct on campus may end up stifling free speech Meg Heckman advises the Scope, an experimental digital magazine housed in Northeastern University’s School of Journalism and focused on telling neighborhood stories of justice, hope and resilience in Greater Boston. Article Quartz Elizabeth Warren’s coverage proves the media learned nothing from 2016 Meg Heckman, an assistant professor at Northeastern University’s School of Journalism in Boston, has found that two-thirds of national stories about the 2020 presidential race were written by men. Article New Hampshire Public Radio N.H. Primary 2020: The Latest On the Campaign Trail & What to Watch For In Coming Months Meg Heckman, Assistant Professor, Northeastern University School of Journalism. Meg Heckman for Northeastern Global News The Scope, a digital magazine run by Northeastern University students, covers stories that other outlets in Greater Boston have overlooked The Scope, a digital magazine run by Northeastern University students, covers stories that other outlets in Greater Boston have overlooked More women journalists are needed for the 2020 presidential election, says a report by Northeastern University’s Storybench More women journalists are needed for the 2020 presidential election, says a report by Northeastern University’s Storybench Six women are running for president, a record number. But female journalists have written fewer than one third of recent election stories. What happens if a robot writes something libelous? What happens if a robot writes something libelous? Who gets sued if a robot writes something libelous? Learn the answer to that question on Friday at Northeastern.