The Baker-Nord Center for the Humanities continues its Humanities@Work series with a focus on media Monday, Jan. 30, from 6 to 7 p.m. in Clark Hall, Room 206.
The event will feature a panel discussion with professionals in media, who will talk about how studying the humanities influenced their careers and answer questions from the audience.
Panelists will be:
Carlo Wolff (Boston University ’68) majored in English. He contributes news stories and features to the Cleveland Jewish News and writes book reviews for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and music reviews for DownBeat. He is the author of Cleveland Rock & Roll Memories (2006), and between 1990 and 2008, worked at Lodging Hospitality, a former Penton Media magazine where he was a longtime features editor.
Chris Sheridan (Yale University ’89) majored in history. After graduation, she spent nearly two decades writing about education as a reporter and editorial writer in Connecticut and Cleveland before coming to Case Western Reserve in 2007 as President Barbara R. Snyder’s chief of staff. In 2011, she became vice president for marketing and communications and senior advisor to the president.
Enrique Correa (Syracuse University ’92) majored in history and political science. He is a multimedia journalist at Cleveland’s TV20, reporting on local events and performing public service announcements. He previously worked for FOX8 in Cleveland, as an entertainment reporter for BET Nightly News in Manhattan and at several stations in the New York City market.
Dan Moulthrop (University of California, Berkeley ’95) majored in English. CEO of The City Club of Cleveland and co-editor of Race Anthology: Dispatches and Artifacts from a Segregated City (2016), he helped to found Civic Commons, a Knight Foundation project creating a social media environment designed for civil civic dialogue. He also has worked as an on-air host and producer for WCPN and WVIZ and as a high school teacher.