- BA, Print Journalism, Bob Jones University
- Expository Writing (Com 211)
- Media Writing (Com 204)
- Reporting (Com 318)
- The Digital Newsroom (Com 451)
Mr. Nate Cary comes to the University after an 18-year career in the media as an award-winning reporter for daily and weekly news organizations. He is passionate about the future of the news industry and about preparing students for careers in journalism and mass communication. He wants to help students learn to tell good stories well.
He desires to add his knowledge of current and emerging media forms and trends to the Journalism and Mass Communication Department and to help students understand the exciting career opportunities within multimedia journalism. He also acts as the advisor to The Collegian, the student-run campus news organization.
He began his career as a reporter for the weekly newspaper, The Tribune-Times, and spent much of his career at The Greenville News where he covered education, the environment, politics, breaking news, and investigative projects, with many articles published in USA Today. In 2020, he helped launch an expansion of The Post and Courier in Greenville. He has won numerous state and national journalism awards for his reporting, including the 2020 Best of Gannett First Place Award for Public Service, the National 2019 Eppy Award from Editor & Publisher Magazine for Best Community Service, and the 2019 John Jay/H.F. Guggenheim (Runner-up) Prize for Excellence in Criminal Justice Reporting.
He and his family are members of Grace Baptist Fellowship in Greenville.