Dept. of Writing and Communication
- J.D. University of Virginia
- B.A. Barnard College
Eliana Salzhauer, J.D., is an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Writing and Communication at NSU's College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences (CAHSS). Currently she teaches a variety of undergraduate and graduate courses in the fields of Journalism and Public Speaking. She is a former criminal trial attorney and current working journalist. She has spent nearly two decades booking, writing, and producing for daily national news and talk-show broadcasts at CBS, NBC, and ABC networks including: CBS Evening News (Dan Rather/ Katie Couric/ Scott Pelley), CBS This Morning (Charlie Rose/Gayle King/Norah O'Donnell), NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams, NBC TODAY Show, The Late Show with David Letterman, The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, CBS The Early Show, Arise News, and Al Jazeera America. Most recently Professor Salzhauer worked as the CBS News Network Miami Bureau Staff Producer responsible for pitching, booking, and producing all stories within the Southeast Region for the network's daily national Evening News and CBS This Morning broadcasts. Her work has been nominated for a variety of industry awards and garnered multiple Emmys.
Her practical skill set runs the gamut from radio, print, and broadcast journalism. Her daily tasks include Live studio and field producing as well as longer form field-produced taped segments. The content of those segments has included everything from breaking news and human interest stories to investigative features, celebrity interviews, and live demos. Professor Salzhauer's research interests include Media & Society, Journalism & Social Responsibility, Persuasive Public Speaking, First Amendment Rights & Responsibilities, Cameras & Courtrooms, and Media & the Law.
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