Places you've seen, heard or read Brooke



* Georgetown University EdX Course “How the U.S. Government Works & How To Get Involved” , 2018

* "A New Paradigm for Journalism Curriculum" Association for Journalism Education UK, January 19, 2018. City University London, UK.

* Moderator/Panelist, "So You Want to Teach in Academia?" ONA 17. Washington, DC, October 6, 2017

* Panelist, "Moving Into Academia". Excellence in Journalism Conference. Anaheim, CA, September 8, 2017

* Moderator, "Defining Journalism in a Post-Truth Era". Sponsored by Team Lewis Global. Impact Hub DC, May 22, 2017

* "How Twitter became an outlet of resistance, information for federal employees" Federal News Radio, February 21, 2017 

* "Alt weekly, university team up to train young journalists" It's All Journalism podcast, November 24, 2016

* "How the US media failed to predict Trump's victory" Discussion with MA Journalism students at City University, London, November 9, 2016

* "5 Career Tips for Aspiring Journalists" ACP Panel, October 2016

* "Fox News not following typical script in response to sexual harassment case" Washington Post, July 26, 2016

* Host of TED x AzusaPacificUniversity, April 7, 2015


Brooke Van Dam, Ph.D. sat down with two of The New York Times top investigative reporters to talk about a new series of stories on the long term effects of torture on detainees at Guantanamo Bay and other black ops sites. This reporting, by Matt Apuzzo and James Risen, uncovered stories that have never been made public and span the globe.