August 29, 2015

Journalism

03/26/12

News21 investigates voting rights

Top journalism students from around the country will gather at ASU this summer to conduct a national investigative reporting project on voting rights.

03/19/12

Washington Post political editor to give Schatt Lecture

Steven Ginsberg, the national political editor of The Washington Post, will be the featured speaker at ASU's sixth annual Paul J. Schatt Memorial Lecture.

02/22/12

Cronkite students top national broadcast competition

ASU students won more awards at the Broadcast Education Association's Festival of Media Arts competition than any other school in the country for the third consecutive year.

02/21/12

Journalism professor wins prestigious Polk Award

Steve Doig, Knight Chair in Journalism, has won a prestigious George Polk Award for his work with California Watch, a nonprofit investigative journalism organization.

02/21/12

Cronkite students cover spring training for major news outlets

Arizona State University students are producing daily multimedia news coverage of Major League Baseball spring training for four major news organizations.

02/13/12

Telling the whole story: Symposium aims to close gap between journalism, humanities

How to restore, rebuild and re-energize connections between journalism and the humanities is the focus of a symposium, Feb. 17.

02/07/12

Arts / Culture | Journalism | Faculty and Staff:  Expert explains how Komen Foundation can recover from crisis

Rebuilding the damage done to the Komen Foundation's public image will be a formidable task, said ASU's Dawn Gilpin.

01/30/12

Speaker series brings media professionals to ASU

This semester's "Must See Mondays" speakers series will touch on issues including business journalism, investigative reporting, use of social media in public relations, sports journalism and ethics in the digital age.

01/26/12

Journalism | Health Solutions | News coverage:  New flu research creates worldwide concern

Commenting in a recent issue of Nature, ASU professor Ed Sylvester and scientist Lynn Klotz, say the recent round of research at two labs that created a potentially contagious form of H5N1 has everyone on edge.

01/12/12

Cronkite School announces American Public Media partnership

A new partnership between American Public Media and ASU will help foster collaborative reporting and innovative storytelling in public affairs journalism.

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