Tracy Sherlock

BA (UBC), BAA (Kwantlen), MA (Athabasca)
Tracy Sherlock
Surrey Office: Cedar 1055D

Tracy Sherlock is a freelance journalist based in Vancouver who has written for the New York Times, the Vancouver Courier, National Observer and other publications. She worked as a reporter and editor at the Vancouver Sun until 2017 and served as education beat reporter and books editor. She has also worked in community papers and as a web editor. Tracy has received the Jack Webster Award, B.C.’s top journalism prize, and received a citation of merit for the Michener Award, a national journalism award for public service journalism.

Courses taught

  • JRNL 1160 - Intro to Journalism
  • JRNL 2240 - Beyond the News: Feature Writing
  • JRNL 4240 – Social Issues Journalism
  • JRNL 3170 - Narrative Non-Fiction
  • JRNL 3260 - The Future of News
  • JRNL 4250 - Politics and Journalism
  • COMM 1110 – Television and Social Change
  • COMM 2100 – Media Law and Ethics

Areas of Interest

Social issues journalism, political journalism, Indigenous education, the foster care system, education, social change, global change, international relations, media ethics, court reporting.