Bruce Auster is a Senior Editor at NPR where he is designing new ways for NPR to collaborate on stories and projects with its hundreds of Member stations. He ran NPR’s national security team from 2008 to 2015, overseeing coverage of cybersecurity, NSA eavesdropping, terrorism, and the national security bureaucracy. Before that, he was the Senior Editor of NPR’s Morning Edition. Auster was a print reporter before coming to NPR. Until 2004, he worked at U.S. News and World Report, where he covered the Pentagon and the White House, among other assignments.

Adjunct Lecturer

College/University: B.A., Northwestern University; M.A., Harvard University

Bruce Auster is a Senior Editor at NPR where he is designing new ways for NPR to collaborate on stories and projects with its hundreds of Member stations. He ran NPR’s national security team from 2008 to 2015, overseeing coverage of cybersecurity, NSA eavesdropping, terrorism, and the national security bureaucracy. Before that, he was the Senior Editor of NPR’s Morning Edition. Auster was a print reporter before coming to NPR. Until 2004, he worked at U.S. News and World Report, where he covered the Pentagon and the White House, among other assignments.

Class: JOUR 389Y/689Y – Reporting on CyberSecurity