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Jacqueline A. Marino

Associate Professor

Jacqueline Marino joined the journalism faculty in 2006 after more than a decade of writing nonfiction stories and essays for magazines, newspapers and alternative newsweeklies. She is a former associate editor of Cleveland Magazine and the author of the book “White Coats: Three Journeys through an American Medical School” (Kent State University Press, 2012), which won a silver “IPPY” in the 2013 Independent Publisher Book Awards contest.

In 2002, she earned a master’s degree from The Writing Seminars at The Johns Hopkins University. Her work has appeared in The Christian Science Monitor, The Plain Dealer, and the literary journal River Teeth, among other publications. In addition to her journalistic writing, Marino also researches the digital evolution of magazines and the narrative form. She teaches classes in magazine publishing and feature writing, as well as courses that require journalists, designers and programmers to work together on semester-long projects. One of these courses, Web Programming for Multimedia Journalism, is co-taught with the School of Digital Sciences each spring. Another, Mobile Publishing, will be taught for the first time in Spring 2014. She also advises The Burr, a national award-winning, independent student magazine.

Scholarly, Creative & Professional Activities
Research Areas
  • narrative journalism
  • magazines
  • digital journalism
AEJMC Magazine Division, Head
Jacqueline A. Marino
School of Journalism and Mass Communication
301G Franklin
On sabbatical for the Fall 2013 semester
Phone: 330-672-8285
Spring 2015
  • JMC 40295 - 004 St : Mobile Publishing
  • JMC 46018 - 001 Feature Writing
  • JMC 56018 - 001 Feature Writing
  • JMC 60295 - 004 St : Mobile Publishing
Fall 2015
  • JMC 36018 - 001 Feature Writing
  • JMC 46016 - 001 Business Of Publishing
  • JMC 56016 - 001 Magazine Publishing