Norma Fay Green is a professor and the director of The Journalism Graduate Program at Columbia College, Chicago. She received her Ph.D. in Mass Media and her B.A., in Journalism at Michigan State University. At Northwestern University she earned her M.S.J. from the Medill School of Journalism.
She’s has 25 years of print media experience in newspapers, magazines, and book publishing. She was a Fulbright Scholar, and Teaching Fellow of the Association for Education in Journalism & Mass Communication/Freedom Forum at Indiana University; Poynter Institute Faculty Fellow; Ethics &Excellence in Journalism Foundation, Ford Foundation and Lilly Endowment Curriculum Development grantee. Over time she has received AEJMC and National Federation of Press Women research awards, and teaching and student service awards from Columbia College, Chicago. She is also the past president of Women in Communications Inc., Chicago Professional Chapter.
Green will be presenting “A Missing Link? The “Consciousness Raising” Connection between the U.S. Underground Press of the 1960s to the Modern Street Paper Movement of the late 20th Century” from 1:45-2:50 in Room 653 on The Press, Consciousness & Social Justice panel.