Jeremy Rue

Lecturer

  510-643-1927

Jeremy Rue is a lecturer of New Media at the University of California, Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism. Before formally joining the ranks of the grad school, he was a multimedia instructor for the Knight Digital Media Center at UC Berkeley where he taught workshops on multimedia storytelling techniques. Rue worked as a multimedia journalist for the Oakland Tribune; as a multimedia producer, photographer and instructor for a Carnegie-Knight funded reporting fellowship; as a photojournalist for The Fresno Bee, The Modesto Bee and the Duluth News-Tribune in Minnesota; and as a reporter for the Selma (Calif.) Enterprise, where he covered city government, courts and crime. He has spoken at conferences for the Associated Press Managing Editors, American Association of Sunday Feature Editors, the Association of Alternative Newsmedia, National Association of Hispanic Journalists, and the National Association of Black Journalists. He has led several newsroom trainings on the transition to digital journalism, including National Public Radio, American Public Media and the University of California Office of the President. He was a technical editor for several textbooks on Adobe Flash, and Adobe Dreamweaver. He is co-author of Principles of Multimedia Journalism, published by Routledge Taylor and Francis, a book about how media forms are packaged on the web into cohesive narratives. Rue is the recipient of the 2007 Dorothea Lange Fellowship for his photo documentary work on migrant farm workers in the California Central Valley. He is an experienced web developer with knowledge in HTML/CSS, JavaScript, CLI, and a variety of other scripting languages. He has a Master of Journalism degree from UC Berkeley. See his development work at https://github.com/jrue PGP fingerprint: A2F8 9A6A EA47 1319 7465 69E4 BEE1 A29D 00CE 40C7

Published Work:

Awards:

Dorothea Lange Photo Documentary Fellowship (January 2007)
The Dorothea Lange fellowship award for a photo documentary project on migrant farm workers in the San Joaquin Valley.