September 05, 2015



For some ASU students, journalism is all in the family

Some ASU Cronkite students are ignoring industry concerns and following their parents' example by pursuing a degree, and profession, in journalism. And their parents couldn't be more thrilled.


ASU student startup helps journalists stay safe

PACE Development Group is an ASU startup company that trains journalists how to stay safe in high-risk situations such as war zones.


ASU adds dual master's degrees in journalism, sustainability

ASU's Cronkite School and the School of Sustainability are launching a new master's dual-degree program in journalism and sustainability.


ASU lecture series to feature top journalists, media professionals

Top journalists and communicators are taking part in the "Must See Mondays" lecture series at ASU's Cronkite School this semester.


Journalism or justice? For Ramos-Mata, they'll each get him toward his goals

Houston native Joey Ramos-Mata is enraptured by journalism and has a goal of becoming a Supreme Court justice. He believes ASU's academics and reputation will help him reach his dreams.


Cronkite student considers ASU a healing experience

Skylar Mason, who lost her father in a crushing car accident that left her with permanent injuries, is now taking her dreams of being a journalist into the school her father wanted her to attend.


Cronkite Village gives journalism freshmen sense of community

Incoming journalism students play welcome games and get to know each other as part of their orientation to the Cronkite Village, one of 32 residential colleges across the four campuses in which students live and learn together.


ASU's 'Hooked' documentary to receive prestigious Governors' Award

For the first time, a journalism school will receive the highest honor given by the Rocky Mountain Southwest Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences for an ASU documentary on heroin that reached more than 1 million Arizonans.


News21 students investigate marijuana legalization

Carnegie-Knight News21, headquartered at ASU's Cronkite School, has released a major investigation into the issues surrounding the legalization of marijuana in America.


ASU welcomes international journalists for Humphrey Fellowship Program

A multimedia journalist from Nepal, a television executive from the Philippines and a public-relations expert from Russia are among the nine global journalists and communicators selected for the Humphrey Fellowship Program at ASU's Cronkite School.

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