The projects will explore challenges facing the pharmaceutical industry and problems in the nation’s water infrastructure system.
Naughton was awarded a $7,000 grant for his photography series Dual Shadows, featuring images of Kenya’s LGBT refugees.
Karen Savage was on assignment to cover demonstrations in the wake of the fatal police shooting of Alton Sterling by local police officers.
The job is to develop and implement a social media strategy to promote the J-School’s academic programs, events, admissions efforts, and other activities.
A pioneering news initiative with CUNY journalism resources at its core will investigate how summer heat affects the health of Harlem residents and explore ways to build community resilience.
Dr. Carmina Crusafon is a senior lecturer at the Department of Journalism and Communication Studies at the Autonomous University of Barcelona.
Ben Hattem’s project June 29th on Buzzfeed follows fellow Wayne Barrett’s two-part investigation on a campaign finance loophole in the Daily News.
Some 103 interns are working not only at outlets in New York City but in cities across the U.S. and in a dozen countries.
The grant from the Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment will support new, affordable courses in social media, video storytelling, podcasting, and broadcasting techniques.
This video was co-produced for MSNBC by Susan Farkas and Jenny Hamblett from our visual journalism faculty.
The 15 students fluent in English and Spanish represent the extraordinary diversity that characterizes Latino communities in New York City, the U.S., and the wider Spanish-speaking world.
Over the course of 10 days, 18 students in the International Reporting Program explored Israel and the West Bank by the invitation of the Jerusalem Press Club.
The winning episode was the product of the Television News Magazine Production course taught last fall by Associate Professor Travis Fox and adjuncts Jenny Hamblett and Simon Surowicz.
The story was reported for The Intercept news site in partnership with The Investigative Fund at The Nation Institute.
The special reporting trip aims to give them a deeper understanding of the historical and political forces behind the conflicts in the region.
The FPA dispenses grants to international journalists with a record of excellence. A reporter since 2002, Capocelli is a native of Italy.
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Author Margaret Sullivan, former New York Times public editor, acknowledges the challenges in journalism but is optimistic about its future.
Since its founding 13 years ago, the Institute has served as a two-week journalism “boot camp” for collegiate members of the National Association of Black Journalists and the National Association of Hispanic Journalists.
The noted New York Times investigative journalist admired for her coverage of civil rights recently sat for a conversation with faculty member Lisa Armstrong.