Ed Arnone

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Visiting Assistant Professor of Journalism

Ed ArnoneEd Arnone directs Miami’s summer program in Kosovo, where he teaches a capstone course on The Role of News Media in a Democracy and supervises student internships at an online news agency. In Oxford, he teaches a variety of journalism courses. For three decades, he was a writer or senior editor at daily newspapers. His work ranged from reporting on desegregation in southern schools, to manned space programs at Kennedy Space Center, to nuclear plant fiascoes in the Pacific Northwest. Arnone received national writing awards for his coverage of race relations, special education, space and science, along with numerous regional awards for investigative and in-depth reporting. At the Wichita Eagle, he supervised its "public journalism" efforts, often cited as pioneering work in the profession. Before joining the Miami faculty, he spent several years at the Kettering Foundation, a non-partisan research institute, focusing on how the practices of journalists affect participatory democracy. His bachelor’s degree is from the University of Florida and his master's work was at the University of Denver.