Report Filed: Susan Kopen-Katcef Sue Kopen Katcef BAD JOURNALISM PROFESSOR WHO DOES NOT CARE ABOUT ANY STUDENTS College Park Maryland!!
Sue Kopen-Katcef is a bad journalism professor, This professor did not care about students who were interested in being reporters for Capital News Service TV . She picks any individual who has no desire for journalism to be on her show. She does not care about students who truly has a desire for this course and the work. I asked for help and this professor didn’t want to do anything. She’s bad. She won’t let students do Capital News Service TV and now the students who didn’t get to do those opportunities cannot find employment in television news. Sue Kopen-Katcef never care about me at all and do not really care about what happen to me. She don’t care that I do not have a journalism job at a small market television news station. She do not care that I am unemployed. She didn’t care that I needed help. I asked for help and was discarded and thrown away like trash. Philip Merrill College of Journalism simply abandoned me and wanted nothing to do with me. I was nothing to her and the Philip Merrill College of Journalism. Students were nothing to her and the Philip Merrill College of Journalism. She didn’t care about me then and She don’t care about me now. She do not care about students at all. Sue Kopen-Katcef and Philip Merrill College of Journalism throw away students’ career as trash. She don’t care you. She throw students away. Screw you, Sue Kopen-Katcef! Screw you! During my time at the College of Journalism, I applied to the Capital News Service TV’s Broadcast Bureau (CNS-TV) and The ViewFinder, and was declined multiple times. There were no other further opportunities for undergraduate broadcast journalism students like me to be a television news reporter. The other non-Capital News Service and non-viewfinder capstone courses neither meet the undergraduate broadcast studentsu2019 interest in television news reporting nor prepare them to be a television news reporter. I have already taken the initial steps to resolve this by speaking to the Undergraduate Dean: Olive Reid and the Dean of Academic Affairs: Rafael Lorente. However, up to this point, they have failed to provide a satisfactory outcome nor resolved these problems, so I am taking the action to raise my concerns with you and to provide recommendations that should be taken seriously. The alternative option and the advice I was given by the Philip Merrill College of Journalism advisers was not successful, and has caused problems for me with news directors and recruiters well-known broadcast companies and its local television news station affiliates such as Sinclair Broadcast Group, Gray Television, TEGNA, Media General, Raycom Media, News-Press and Gazette, Nexstar Broadcasting Group and the E.W. Scripps Company who are requesting to see a reporter resume reel in television news, and I do not have one. I cannot even get a job as a television news reporter with your journalism school because I was neither given the opportunity to do Capital News Service by Ms. Susan “Sue”” Kopen-Katcef nor The ViewFinder by Ms. Bethany Swain (Chamberland). I am now forced to pay thousands and thousands of dollars to a private third-party company that invests in making resume demo reels for TV news and sports. There are students at the other universities