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The S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications is a communications school at Syracuse Universitymarker. It was named for newspaper publisher Samuel Irving Newhouse, Sr., whose charitable foundation (The Samuel I. Newhouse Foundation)has made numerous generous donations over the years. Most recently, a $15 million contribution was made to the university for the construction of Newhouse III, which matched the original donation granted in 1964. Designed by I.M. Pei, the school was dedicated on August 6, 1964 by President Lyndon B. Johnson. A second building, called Newhouse II, was built in 1974 and dedicated by CBS Television founder William S. Paley. A third building, Newhouse III, was dedicated on September 19, 2007 by Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts. The $31.6 million modern structure features six-foot high letters from the First Amendment etched on its curving glass windows.

The Newhouse School is considered one of the most prestigious schools of communications by numerous ranking organizations, including US News & World Reports and the Gourman Report, which ranked Newhouse in a tie for second with Northwestern for Journalism and Mass Communications. It is known for its broadcast journalism, television, newspaper, and public relations programs. The school also has strong programs in media studies, television/radio/film, advertising, magazine journalism, photography, arts journalism, new media, media management, and public diplomacy. Graduates of Newhouse have gone on to positions with major networks and news agencies.

Notable Newhouse alumni

Newhouse alumni are over 20,000 strong. Many hold positions of leadership in all areas of the communications industry. The Newhouse Advisory Board includes 50 of the school’s most influential alumni. This group meets two times a year in New York and Los Angeles. This is a working board, not a titular group; almost every member isSome notable alumni include:

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  2. http://sumagazine.syr.edu/fall03/advancing/index.html
  3. http://sunews.syr.edu/story_details.cfm?id=4325
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  5. http://sunews.syr.edu/story_details.cfm?id=4325


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