Caesar Andrews teaches courses in media ethics, reporting, writing and editing, including investigative projects.
Before joining the Reynolds School, he served as executive editor of the Detroit Free Press and led other newsrooms throughout the country, including Gannett News Service, and newspapers in Florida, Pennsylvania and New York. He completed visiting professorships at Washington and Lee University, Arizona State University and Grambling State University, his alma mater.
He serves on site visit teams and on the national Accrediting Committee for the organization that accredits college journalism programs – the Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communications. As the Leonard Distinguished Chair in Media Ethics and Writing, he coordinates campus and community forums featuring national and state media figures.
- B.A., Grambling State University