(c) Luiza Puiu

(c) Luiza Puiu

journalism fellow at the Reuters Institute for Journalism in Oxford, fall term 2017.

reporter at the daily nationals newspaper Wiener Zeitung, Vienna, since May 2011.

co-founder and co-host of Aufmacher – die Medienrunde – a monthly event in Vienna where we discuss media and journalism.

teacher at University of Applied Sciences  of WKW, Online Journalism, 2015 – 2016

international reporting (extract): US Correspondent for Wiener Zeitung and Monopol Magazine, covering the US elections and more (New York City, 2016), European Elections (Bucharest/Romania 2014). Effects of the crisis in the Ukraine (Chisinau/Moldova 2014), Protest movements in Cyprus (Nicosia, 2013). Education system in Sweden (Stockholm, 2012), Greek financial crisis (Thessaloniki, 2011).

work has appeared in: public radio Ö1 (culture, Hamburg-based public broadcast TV NDR magazine ZAPP (media), DER STANDARD (domestic politics), Salzburger Nachrichten (travel), Falter (local and city news/mobility), Austrian news agency APA (domestic politics), Niederösterreichische Nachrichten (local news), Jungle World (Austrian politics), der AugustinAn.schlägeMalmoeMissy Magazin (culture), ORF Online (society), KIWI TV, News Online.

education: Social journalism at the City University of New York (2016), TransAtlantic Storytelling at the University of Oregon (2015), Journalism colleg Kuratorium für Journalismusausbildung (2009/2010), Journalism and Communication Science at the University of Vienna, School of Journalism, M.A. Philosophy* (2006-2009); Information and Knowledge Management at University of Applied Science Burgenland, Eisenstadt, M.A. Social Sciences (2002-2006).

*My master thesis on the inequality of female and male humor protagonists in Austria’s media was rewarded by the Dr. Maria Schaumayer-Stiftung and Arbeiterkammer NÖ with their science awards. „Kein Platz für Schmähführerinnen – Eine qualitative Befragung österreichischer KarikaturistInnen, KolumnistInnen und FernsehkabarettistInnen“: A review by Pia Moik can be read here.