Schulleiterin, DJS - Deutsche Journalistenschule
Aug 23th 2017 | 4.00 pm | Rheinsaal 1
GrenzGamer – games in journalism training
Henriette Löwisch is an international journalist who has worked across continents and media. After serving on the faculty of The University of Montana's School of Journalism for seven years, she moved to Munich in 2017, to direct Deutsche Journalistenschule, Germany?s premier journalism school and her alma mater.
Löwisch started out in journalism as a reporter for her hometown paper. After stints for a women's magazine and a television program, she joined Agence France-Presse (AFP), the international wire service, where she served as copy editor, foreign editor, foreign correspondent in Brussels and Washington and editor-in-chief of the German Service in Berlin.
Löwisch earned her master?s degree in journalism at Ludwigs-Maximilians-Universität in Munich. Global relations have been at the focus of her work. She?s the author of the German edition of Journalism for Dummies. Her favorite daily is Berliner Zeitung, because she swears by its awesome three-dimensional Sudoku.