- Bachelor's: Boston University
- Master's: University of Miami
- Ph.D.: Univeristy of Miami
Juliet Pinto, Ph.D., is an associate professor in the Department of Journalism in the Donald P. Bellisario College of Communications and a co-funded faculty member in the Institutes of Energy and the Environment. Her research focusing on environmental communication in international media is informed by her interdisciplinary background: She earned her doctorate in communication from the University of Miami, master’s degree in marine affairs and policy from the University of Miami’s Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, and bachelor’s degree in environmental science from Boston University. Dr. Pinto co-produced and wrote the award-winning documentary “South Florida’s Rising Seas,” the most watched online program for South Florida’s PBS affiliate in 2014. Her team’s multimedia work on sea level rise (eyesontherise.org) earned the AEJMC’s 2015 award for Innovative Outreach to Scholastic Journalism. Dr. Pinto has developed classes in environmental journalism—such as bringing students to the Galapagos Islands and filming NASA astronauts training underwater in the Florida Keys—as well as citizen science initiatives to bring scientists, community members and students together in scientific discovery.
● Takahashi, B., Pinto, J., Vigon, M., & Chavez, M. (Eds.) (Forthcoming 2018). Mediating demand, degradation and development: Media reporting of environmental issues in Latin America. Palgrave.
● Pinto, J., Prado, P., & Tirado, J.A. (2017). Environmental news in South America: Conflict, crisis and contestation. Palgrave.
• Gutsche, Jr., R. E., Jacobson, S., Pinto, J. & Michel, C. (2017). Reciprocal (and reductionist?) newswork: An examination of youth involvement in creating local participatory environmental news. Journalism Practice, 11(1), 62-79.
• Park, D.J., Wang, W., & Pinto, J. (2016). Beyond nuclear disaster and risk: Comparison of post-Fukushima nuclear news in U.S. and German press. Communication, Culture and Critique, 9(3), 417-437.
● Takahashi, B., Pinto, J., Vigon, M., & Chavez, M. (2015). El ambiente y las noticias: Understanding U.S. Spanish language newsrooms’ coverage of environmental issues. International Journal of Hispanic Media, 8, 2-14.
● Zamith, R., Pinto, J., & Villar, M. (2013). Constructing climate change in the Americas: An analysis of news coverage in U.S. and South American newspapers. Science Communication, 35(3), 334-357.
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