|Name:||Prof. Gerald T. McNulty|
|Title:||Director, Communication & Media Studies Internship Program
Director, Marist in Manhattan Program
|Office Location:||Lowell Thomas 150|
|Personal Web Page:||http://https://www.marist.edu/commarts/comm/internship/|
MS, Journalism, Iona College; BA, Communication, Marist College
Certificate of Completion, Experiential Education Academy 2008
Gerry has supervised more than 3,400 student interns since he joined Marist in September 1996 as Communication Internship Director. In 1999 Gerry helped to launch Marist's International Internship Program, which combines study abroad with an internship overseas. In 2003 he founded the New York Media Experience Program, a semester-long residential internship program in New York City. The program was renamed Marist in Manhattan in 2011.
Gerry has been active in the internship and career services profession. He is a former Board Member of the National Society Of Experiential Education (2011-2014) and Chair of NSEE's Marketing/Publication Committee and a Member of the organization's Professional Development Committee. Also, he is a longtime member of the Association of Educators in Journalism and Mass Communication. Gerry served as both Head and Vice Head (2007-2010) of AEJMC's Internships & Career Interest Group. In addition he is a member of the National Association of Colleges & Employers and a member of the New York State Cooperative & Experiential Education Association, for which he served as Publicity Chairman (2004-2006).
He has taught numerous classes in Journalism and Communication. Most recently, he has taught a Communication Seminar class titled "Media Management" and has supervised instruction of career preparation courses for Communication & Media Studies interns.
Golf, running, bicycling, hiking, motorcycling and U.S. history & politics.
|Awards & Honors:||
Gerry was twice invited to lead seminars for city editors attending the American Press Institute, a nationally recognized training facility for the newspaper industry.
"Creating a Journalism Partnership," 2002 - a handbook for newspaper editors interested in doing journalism education outreach with high school students, published and distributed through a grant from New York State Publishers Association.
- Experiential Education
- Media business
- U.S. journalism history
|Conferences & Workshops:||
1999-2008 - Workshop Presenter/Discussion Leader - Annual Marist College/Poughkeepsie Journal - High School Journalism Workshops: Topics included First Amendment rights, journalism ethics, layout & design, story development & sourcing, among others.
-Association of Educators in Journalism & Mass Communication
-National Society of Experiential Education
-New York State Cooperative & Experiential Education Association
-National Association of Colleges & Employers
2006 - Invited panelist, National Society of Experiential Education, opening panel titled "Future of Internships."
- Faculty Advisor to the Marist College The Circle, the campus newspaper, from 2005-2014.