- Reporting on Traumatic Events
- The 'Teaching Hospital' Model of Journalism Education
KATHERINE REED joined the journalism faculty in 2004 after a five-year stint in Prague, Czech Republic, where she was the editor-in-chief of Prague Business Journal and an instructor at the Center for Independent Journalism. She taught news writing and reporting at Hollins University in Roanoke, Va., where she also worked as a copy editor and film/theater reviewer for the Roanoke Times. Reed has done work with the Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma at Columbia University and the Disaster and Community Crisis Center at MU. She now teaches a standalone trauma reporting class for undergraduate and graduate students. For nine years, Reed has also taught the cornerstone reporting class taken by undergraduate and graduate students who are pursuing degrees in photojournalism, magazine and print and digital media. She is an editor at ColumbiaMissourian.com where she supervises students covering public safety (crime and the courts) and health care.
- Reed K., Walsh-Childers K., Fischer K., Davie B. Restoring Trust in Journalism: An Education Prescription. Journalism and Mass Communication Educator. 2020;75(1):40-45. doi:10.1177/1077695820904192
- Nieman Reports: What Journalists Can Do To Report More Effectively – and Compassionately – on Gun Violence
- Reed K., Hiles S.S., Tipton P. Sense and Nonsense: Teaching Journalism and Science Students to Be Advocates for Science and Information Literacy. Journalism and Mass Communication Educator. 2019;74(2):212-226. doi:10.1177/1077695819834415
- Columbia Journalism Review: Coverage of mass shootings threatens public safety. Let’s fix it.
- Poynter: Journalists should use caution when reporting on new shooting details
- Center for Journalism Ethics (University of Wisconsin): Stop scrambling for ‘why’ and stop calling them ‘shooters’
Updated: September 16, 2020