Learning

  • Initiated “Reinventing Journalism” class/Emerson College
  • Presidential campaign reporting collaboration/ Franklin Pierce University
  • Initiated “Campaign Smart”/Boston Public Schools debate league
  • Serves on Communication advisory board/Curry College
  • Crisis Communications/MIT summer program guest lecturer
  • Political polling partnerships/UMass Lowell and Suffolk University
  • Former Trustee/Austin Preparatory School
(Boston, MA, 10/14/14) Boston Herald's Editor-in-Chief Joe Sciacca has a laugh with the members of the Boston Debate League during the Boston Herald's Campaign Smart program on Tuesday,  October  14, 2014.  Staff photo by Matt Stone
(Reading,MA 06/04/16) Boston Herald Editor-In-Chief Joe Sciacca speaks on Saturday,June 06, 2016 during commencement at Austin Prep. Sciacca gave the Commencement address to the class of 2016. Staff photo by Patrick Whittemore.

“I learned more about handling media in the last 60 minutes than in the past six years of crisis management.”

STUDENT EVALUATION

MIT Crisis Management and Business Continuity course

“Joe Sciacca may be known to the rest of the world as an extraordinary and innovative journalist, but I learned very quickly that he is an equally extraordinary teacher. He has provided students in majors across campus opportunities to engage.”

KRISTEN NEVIOUS

Director, Fitzwater Center for Communication

“Sciacca’s resume yields a portrait of a solid journalist who came up through the ranks with the smell of newsprint trailing him. But the source of his success is disruption and reaching both new markets and providing alternatives to the existing print paper. He has fearlessly explored the potential of technology in journalism.”

ANDREW H. CARD

Former Franklin Pierce University president

“A civic treasure. Skilled, steady leader in, let’s face it, tough times for journalists and journalism.”

JEFFREY ROBBINS

Visiting Assistant Professor of the Practice of Political Science, Brown University