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Background Information

Employment History

Teacher

Long Island University


Professor

Center for Communication


Faculty Adviser


Affiliations

American Society of Newspaper Editors' Institute for Journalism Excellence

Fellow


Education

two-year degree

Pasadena City College


journalism

Long Beach State


Ph.D.

record time


Web References(3 Total References)


Center for Communication - Bios

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G. Michael Bush ,
G.M. Bush, a.k.a. Mike, grew up on Staten Island. After high school, he spent three years as an Army paratrooper, primarily in Germany and on Okinawa. Not long after he was discharged he moved back to Europe and lived in Denmark and Italy for five years. He didn't go to college until he returned to the United States. Settling in Southern California, he obtained a two-year degree from Pasadena City College, then attended Long Beach State where he majored in journalism. He was a reporter, then managing editor, of the university's newspaper, the Daily 49er, which he still recalls with extreme fondness. After graduation, Mike began writing for the Los Angeles Times, and for the next 16 years reported for that paper and two others, the Long Beach Press-Telegram and the Los Angeles Daily Journal, which he calls "the nation's oldest, largest and best daily paper for lawyers and judges." In 1998 Mike was one of three seasoned journalists awarded the prestigious Freedom Forum Fellowship to study mass communications at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He designed his studies around the theme of cultural diversity in the newsroom. After earning his Ph.D. in record time, just over two years, he returned to New York to teach at Long Island University's Brooklyn campus. At LIU, he teaches classes on news writing, news reporting, writing for TV news, and a course called Mass Media & Minorities. He is also the faculty adviser to the campus newspaper, Seawanhaka. This summer he will be reporting and writing for the Sacramento Bee as a fellow of the American Society of Newspaper Editors' Institute for Journalism Excellence. Mike lives in Jersey City. He is married and has two adult daughters and two grandchildren. When not teaching, he enjoys traveling, gardening and playing the piano.


Center for Communication: Bios

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Professor G. Michael BushCenter for Communication: BiosG. Michael BushG.M. Bush, a.k.a. Mike, grew up on Staten Island.After high school, he spent three years as an Army paratrooper, primarily in Germany and on Okinawa.Not long after he was discharged he moved back to Europe and lived in Denmark and Italy for five years.He didn't go to college until he returned to the United States. Settling in Southern California, he obtained a two-year degree from Pasadena City College, then attended Long Beach State where he majored in journalism.He was a reporter, then managing editor, of the university's newspaper, the Daily 49er, which he still recalls with extreme fondness.After graduation, Mike began writing for the Los Angeles Times, and for the next 16 years reported for that paper and two others, the Long Beach Press-Telegram and the Los Angeles Daily Journal, which he calls "the nation's oldest, largest and best daily paper for lawyers and judges."In 1998 Mike was one of three seasoned journalists awarded the prestigious Freedom Forum Fellowship to study mass communications at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.He designed his studies around the theme of cultural diversity in the newsroom.After earning his Ph.D. in record time, just over two years, he returned to New York to teach at Long Island University's Brooklyn campus.At LIU, he teaches classes on news writing, news reporting, writing for TV news, and a course called Mass Media & Minorities.He is also the faculty adviser to the campus newspaper, Seawanhaka.This summer he will be reporting and writing for the Sacramento Bee as a fellow of the American Society of Newspaper Editors' Institute for Journalism Excellence.Mike lives in Jersey City.He is married and has two adult daughters and two grandchildren.When not teaching, he enjoys traveling, gardening and playing the piano.


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4/9/03 - PANEL: The Impact of Images in International Reporting - Morley Safer of CBS News 60 Minutes, Sonia Nazario of LA Times and Prof. G. Michael Bush of LIU.


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