Hey, y’all. “Research Party Central” is back in the building!

January 20th, 2018 by Jack

Welcome to “The Craft of Research,” the official research blog for the Spring 2018 Craft class of Susan Farkas and Kayle Hope. It’s the spot for research lessons, handouts, news, tips and whatever else comes up during the semester, including links to your work.

My name is Jack Styczynski and I’m a researcher at NBC News. I previously taught at the J-school from 2008 to 2013 before leaving to serve two years as a Tulane VISTA at Youth Rebuilding New Orleans. Along with AmeriCorps and the Big Easy, I love basketball (both playing and writing about) and hitting the dance floor, so if you want to get on my good side, you know what topics to raise. ?

Here’s to a great spring semester!

Enjoying beautiful flora at the front desk of Youth Rebuilding New Orleans.

Enjoying beautiful flora at the front desk of Youth Rebuilding New Orleans.

13 Responses to “Hey, y’all. “Research Party Central” is back in the building!”

  1. Amy Mackinnon Says:

    Good to meet you Jack! Research classes were one of my favorite parts of Craft 1 so looking forward to your sessions this semester!

    As requested, here’s a link to my Twitter feed where you can find out more about me! https://twitter.com/ak_mack

  2. Anya van Wagtendonk Says:

    Hi Jack! Looking forward to learning from you. You can see my work/bio at anyavw.com.

  3. Piter Ortega Says:

    Hi Jack! I am Piter Ortega! Looking forward to meeting you soon! Here you have my website: http://www.piterortega.com
    Best regards!

  4. Tamsen Maloy Says:

    Hi, Jack! I am Tamsen! I’m a transplant from Salt Lake City, Utah and miss the mountains every day. I’m looking forward to learning more about research this semester! Twitter: https://twitter.com/_tamsenmaloy

  5. Max Parrott Says:

    Good to meet you. My twitter might not tell you that much about me as I’m not a very active user, but I’m interested in labor, municipal govt and cultural reporting. Looking forward to seeing what the research section is like for video. See you soon.

  6. Karina Hernandez Says:

    Hi Jack, I am a native New Yorker with very minimal journalism/video experience. I am interested in covering immigration and education (beating myself up trying to decide which of those two should be my beat). Looking forward to meeting you.

  7. José A. Giralt Says:

    Hi, Jack! My website has an About page. However, I a better job of updating my Instagram account: @giraltphotography.
    Briefly, I’m in J-School to learn how to tell compelling stories with video.

  8. Amr Alfiky Says:

    Good to meet you, Jack! I’m Amr, a photojournalist from Egypt. I’m looking forward to learning and working with you. You can my find samples of my work on my website. Thank you and see you soon!

  9. Christina Cardona Says:

    Hi Jack! I was born and raised in Queens, New York. I look forward to seeing what the research section for video is about. I don’t have a whole lot of experience with video, but I’m interested in telling stories through it. I look forward to meeting you!

  10. Kaitlin Sullivan Says:

    Hey there!

    You can see some of my work on my website. I’m an intern with the WNYC Health Desk this semester and am in the health & science concentration. I’m hoping to get some better investigative skills this semester.

  11. Gurami Jamaspishvili Says:

    Hey Jack! I’m Gurami from Georgia (the country). I’m interested in covering social justice issues as well as arts and culture. I have a lot to learn so looking forward to meeting you.

  12. Richard Loria Says:

    Nice to meet you Jack. I’m from the D.C. area, and have interests in print and video. Here’s a short sample of my work: https://vimeo.com/251425417 . Looking forward to meeting in person, best, – R

  13. Tasia Jensen Says:

    Hi Jack! I’m Tasia, and I’m from Salt Lake City, Utah. I studied film as an undergraduate, and I’m here because I want to be a journalist trained in multiple mediums! Looking forward to working with you.