Journalism professor Nicholas Daniloff, a former United Press International and U.S. News & World Report reporter, covered the Cold War from Washington, London, Paris and Moscow for 30 years. In 1986, he was accused of espionage in Moscow and held for 13 days in a KGB prison. He’s been teaching at Northeastern since 1989. His memoir, “Of Spies and Spokesmen: My Life as a Cold War Correspondent,” came out last year.
The School of Journalism, in partnership with the School of Social Science, Urban Affairs & Public Policy, is offering a new concentration in journalism and public policy. Other concentrations in the journalism graduate program are professional and research. The graduate journalism program is currently accepting applications for all three concentrations.