Todd Henneman brings 20 years of experience to the classroom.
Todd began his career in newspapers, including a period as a staff writer for the San Francisco Chronicle in the competitive Bay area market. For more than nine years, Todd has been a regular contributor to the business magazine Workforce Management, writing for its print and digital editions and participating in webcasts. His freelance work also has appeared in media outlets ranging from the Los Angeles Times to San Francisco magazine. Todd’s reporting has earned national and regional awards.
Todd’s teaching and research interests include popular culture, media ethics, multimedia storytelling and innovation. As a researcher, Todd has received grants from the U.S. Department of Education and the U.S. Department of Justice. At CSULB, Todd teaches English for Media Writers (JOUR 101), Writing Across the Media (JOUR 120), Reporting and Information Gathering (JOUR 311), Introduction to News Editing (JOUR 331), and Senior Seminar (JOUR 495).
Todd holds an MBA from the UCLA Anderson School of Management and bachelor’s degree from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism.
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JOUR 431 – MASS MEDIA ETHICS – MW – 8-9:15AM – LA3-204
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