About the Foreword author, Dr. Evan Cornog

Dr. Evan Cornog is the Dean of the School of Communication at Hofstra University. Prior to this, Dr. Cornog served as an associate dean at the Columbia University School of Journalism for more than a decade and handled a variety of responsibilities during his tenure there. He led fundraising efforts, coordinated the development of a new curriculum, directed the school’s new Master of Arts program in Journalism and served as publisher of the Columbia Journalism Review. Dr Cornog is also the author of several books on politics and the press – expertise he honed as press secretary to New York City Mayor Edward I. Koch and as a freelance writer and editor whose stories have appeared in publications such as The New Yorker, the Los Angeles Times, Slate and the Boston Globe. He also served as director of external relations at Bennington College in Vermont and as special assistant to the President of the New School in Manhattan. Dr. Cornog earned his bachelor’s degree in history and literature from Harvard University, and his master’s and doctorate degrees in history from Columbia. The Art of Making Magazines: On Being an Editor and Other Views from the Industry, edited by Dr. Cornog and Victor S. Navasky, was published in 2012.