A veteran foreign correspondent and journalism educator, Bradley Martin has been named Manship Chair in Journalism.
Martin previously had a one-year stint as the Scripps Howard Visiting Professional at Ohio University in Athens , Ohio .
His earlier teaching and research positions include Fulbright fellowships in Japan and Korea , and a Stanford professional journalism fellowship.
A Princeton University graduate in history, Martin also studied law at Emory University and served as a Peace Corps volunteer, teaching at Thailand ’s National Institute of Development Administration. He began his news career on The Charlotte Observer. After working as a national transportation reporter for The Baltimore Sun, he was posted to Japan in 1977.
He served as Asia bureau chief and editor of Newsweek, The Asian Wall Street Journal, Asia Times and Asian Financial Intelligence.
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