With more than 18 years of experience as a professional journalist, Stephanie Bluestein moved from the newsroom to the classroom. Her experience prior to becoming a college professor includes working as a contributing reporter (under the byline of Stephanie Stassel) for the Los Angeles Business Journal, a longtime staff writer for the Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles Daily News and The Enterprise in Simi Valley, which is now part of the Ventura County Star.
Before starting at CSUN in 2010 as a part-time instructor, she taught writing and reporting courses at Pierce College and Moorpark College. She began as a tenure-track assistant professor in Fall 2012 and her areas of teaching include reporting, mass communication and new media. Her research interests include iPad-based instruction, media ethics, academic integrity, student-faculty interaction and mid-20th century Los Angeles journalism. In June 2017, she was granted tenure and promoted to associate professor.
- Ed.D Educational Leadership 2012, California State University Northridge
- M.A. Mass Communication 2007, California State University Northridge
- B.A. Journalism 1988, California State University Northridge
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