2014-present – Assistant Professor, Department of Journalism, Western Washington University
2001-2014 – Senior Instructor, Department of Visual Journalism, Brooks Institute
1996-1999 – Adjunct Faculty, Reynolds School of Journalism, University of Nevada, Reno
Western Washington University
- JOUR 207 – Newswriting
- JOUR 300 – Independent Study
- JOUR 305 – Photojournalism
- JOUR 309 – Editing
- JOUR 346 – Intro to Visual Journalism
- JOUR 370 – Digital Media in Journalism
- JOUR 400 – Independent Study
- JOUR 430 – Field Internship
- JOUR 446 – Advanced Visual Journalism
- JOR 201 – Journalism I (newswriting)
- JOR 301 – Journalism II (feature writing)
- VJN 140 – Visual Journalism I
- VJN 150 – Lighting for Visual Journalists
- VJN 160 – Audio Documentary
- VJN 240 – Visual Journalism II
- VJN 260 – Web for Visual Journalists
- VJN 280 – The Picture Story
- SPT 300 – Online Publication
- VJN 340 – Visual Journalism III
- VJN 380 – Picture Editing & Publication Design
- SPT 400 – Advanced Topics – Independent Study
- VJN 415 – International Documentary I (travel & production)
Argentina (2005-2006), China (2006-2007), Ireland (2007-2008)
- VJN 416 – International Documentary II (post-production)
- VJN 491 – Industry Internship Advisor
- VJN 499 – Portfolio & Ethics: Visual Journalism Capstone Class
Reynolds School of Journalism, University of Nevada, Reno
- JOUR 313 – Photojournalism
SCHOLARLY AND CREATIVE ACTIVITY
Peer Reviewed Academic Journal Articles
Bowe, B. J., Gosen J., & Fahmy S. (2019) Personal choice or political provocation: Examining the visual framing and stereotyping of the burkini debate. Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly [volume, issue, pp., TBD] https://doi.org/10.1177/1077699019826093
Greer, J. D., & Gosen, J. (2002). How Much Is Too Much? Assessing Levels of Digital Alteration as Factors in Public Perception of Media Credibility. Visual Communication Quarterly, 9(3) 4-13. https://doi.org/10.1080/15551390209363485
Academic Conference Papers and Panel Presentations
Gosen, J. (2019, August). Real World, Real Time: How Students Can Publish Professionally. Panel presentation at Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, Toronto, Canada.
Bowe, B. J., Gosen J. and Fahmy S. (2018, May). Personal choice or political provocation: Examining the visual framing and stereotyping of the burkini debate. Paper presentation at 68th Annual International Communication Association Conference, Prague, Czech Republic.
Gosen, J. (2017, August). Intro to Visual Journalism Assignment: Bringing Historic Buildings to Life Through Multimedia Storytelling. Panel presentation at annual Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, Chicago, IL.
Gosen, J. (2015, April). Incorporating Community Partnerships with For-profit and Non-profit Organizations into a Visual Journalism Capstone Course. Paper presentation at Western Social Science Association Annual Conference, Reno, NV.
Gosen, J. (2013, April). Audio for Visual Journalists. Presentation at Journalism Education Association/National Education Association’s Spring National High School Convention, San Francisco, CA.
Greer, J., & Gosen, J. (2001, August). Digitally Altered News Photographs: How much manipulation will the public tolerate before credibility is Lost? Paper presentation at annual Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, Washington, DC.
Berjeb, S. & Gosen, J. (2019, September). Art of Filmmaking. Lecture at Institute of Press and Information Sciences, Tunis, Tunisia.
Gosen, J. (2019, September). Photojournalism Ethics. Lecture at Institute of Press and Information Sciences, Tunis Tunisia.
Gosen, J. (2017, September). 2nd Annual Streams of Thought Film Festival. Guest speaker at Whatcom Water Week, Pickford Film Center, Bellingham, WA.
Gosen, J. (2017, February). Surveillance and Voyeurism. Panelist at Western Gallery, Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA.
Gosen, J. (2018, August). Visual Communications Division Creative Research Competition. Panel moderator at Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, Washington, D.C.
Gosen, J. (2016, April). Entertainment Media. Panel discussant at Western Social Science Association Annual Conference, Reno, NV.
Research in Progress
Bowe, B. J., Nielsen, C., & Gosen, J. (2018-19). Understanding the Future of Tunisian Journalism: Student Motivations, Roles and Ethics. [targeted publication: Digital Journalism]
Gosen, J. Visual framing of mental health access in consumer magazine covers.
Selected Professional Articles
2014 WIRED.com – 30 Years of Amazing Sports Moments, Captured by a Master Photographer
2013 WIRED.com – Hundreds of Thousands of Images Unite for Ultra-Creepy Animation http://www.wired.com/2013/10/jeff-frost-time-lapse-photography/
2013 WIRED.com – Gorgeous Motorcycle Portraits Made With a Giganic DIY Lighting Rig http://www.wired.com/2013/10/frank-bott-motorcycle-photographer/
2013 WIRED.com – Brilliant America’s Cup Photos Taken From Land, Sea, and Air http://www.wired.com/rawfile/2013/10/the-americas-cup-from-air-land-and-sea/
Published Photographs in Books
2010 Johnson-Jeffries: Dateline Reno: The Fight of the Century, by Ray Hagar Guy Clifton, Pediment Publishing. ISBN1597252719
2001 Ken Burns’ America, by Gary R. Edgerton, Saint Martin’s Press. ISBN 0-312-23646-8
2000 Reno Rodeo: A History – The First 80 Years, by Guy Clifton, Reno Rodeo Foundation.
1993 Talkin’ Trash: Basketball’s Greatest Insults, by Kevin Nelson, Fireside/Simon & Schuster. ISBN 0-671-76067-X
1993 Solitude: Art and Symbolism in the National Basque Monument, by Carmelo Urza, University of Nevada Press. ISBN 0-87417-205-5
2012 Present Perspectives – Photo selected as part of the photography exhibit at Gallery 27, Santa Barbara
GRANTS, FELLOWSHIPS, STIPENDS
2018 $100,000 Grant: Bowe, J.B., Nielsen, C., & Gosen, J. ¬U.S.-Tunisia Student Media University Linkage Grant Project: Building a Free and Responsible Press for the Future of Democracy. Granting Agency: Public Affairs Section of the U.S. Embassy in Tunis, Tunisia.
2019 $39,448 Student Tech Initiative: Malick, G., Amundson, G., Gosen, J. “DSLR Cameras Upgrade” Student Technology Fee proposal, Western Washington University (fully funded)
2019 $500 Stipend: Blended/Online Learning Workshop, Western Washington University
2018 $530 Grant. Manuscript preparation, Research and Sponsored Programs, Western Washington University
2017 $7,155 Student Tech Initiative: Howie, S., Gosen, J., & Malick, G. “Audio for Video” Student Technology Fee proposal, Western Washington University (fully funded)
2015 $500 Stipend: Community Engagement Fellowship, Western Washington University
2015 $6,000 Grant: Summer Research Grant, Western Washington University