July 01, 2015

Journalism

12/21/11

Former LA Times journalist named Reynolds Visiting Professor

Sharon Bernstein, an award-winning editor and reporter at the Los Angeles Times, has been named the Donald W. Reynolds Visiting Professor in Business Journalism at ASU.

12/20/11

Jeff Jarvis to conduct book signing at Cronkite School

Jeff Jarvis, author of "What Would Google Do?" will hold a book signing at ASU's Downtown Phoenix campus, 5:30 p.m., Jan. 4.

12/01/11

News21 food safety series now available as e-book

A major national investigation into food safety in America is now available in e-book form.

11/21/11

Hearst Foundations grant supports News21 initiative

The Cronkite School at Arizona State University has received a $150,000 grant from the Hearst Foundations to support the national Carnegie-Knight News21 program.

11/17/11

Amanpour accepts 2011 Cronkite Award

Award-winning journalist Christiane Amanpour called journalism worldwide a “sacred endeavor” as she accepted the 2011 Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Journalism.

11/14/11

Cronkite News offered on mobile devices

A mobile news app for smartphones is now available for Cronkite News, the multimedia daily news site produced by the Cronkite School at ASU.

11/10/11

Grant funds student work on light rail mobile app

The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication has received a grant to support further development of a student-created mobile app.

11/07/11

'Oregonian' editor named Gaylord Visiting Professor at Cronkite

Sandra Mims Rowe, former editor of The (Portland) Oregonian and chairman of the Committee to Protect Journalists, will be the newest Edith Kinney Gaylord Visiting Professor in Journalism Ethics at ASU.

11/04/11

Lecture links animal cruelty and human violence

ASU professor Christina Risley-Curtiss says animal cruelty is often a mechanism for kids to take out anger on their own abuse and is an early indicator of a child who’s in trouble.

11/04/11

Journalism report cites Cronkite School as exemplar program

A new national report highlights ASU's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication as an exemplar program that has adjusted to a changing industry landscape.

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