Susan Ferriss, a senior reporter at the non-profit investigative news operation Center for Public Integrity, met with a select group of a dozen Hunter College journalism students to share insight from her years within the news business. Get inside tips about her investigative techniques and her advice to aspiring journalists.
Join a Nov. 7 workshop that teaches how to integrate social media into your journalism. The workshop is being organized by The Society of Professional Journalists and the Facebook Journalism Project, and taught by udience engagement and homepage editor at the New York Daily News. RSVP here.
It was a full house at the Oct. 23 Journalism Program party, where more than three dozen faculty and students discussed the future of the journalism program at Hunter College. Find out about new spring course offerings and newly named adjunct faculty members.
RSVP for a journalism concentration pizza party on Oct. 23, where you'll learn about upcoming courses, meet new faculty and hear from our latest Pulitzer Center fellow.
The James Beard Foundation and Gannett Foundation are launching a new media fellowship program to train students from underrepresented minority backgrounds to be food and drinks journalists.
Refinery29 is looking for summer news fellows for a news program it is developing in association with the Google News Initiative. Deadline to apply is April 30.
The New School and Nation Magazine are hosting a national conference for student journalists on May 31, 2019. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis until April 21.
The Pulitzer Center has awarded one of its prestigious summer reporting fellowship to Hunter journalism student Audrey Henson (pictured, left). The fellowship comes with a $3,000 grant that Henson will use to travel to Japan to report on dementia treatments.
Women and Media Career Summit kicks off on Friday, April 12. Current students and recent grads are invited for a full-day of forum highlighting opportunities in areas of the business where women are traditionally under-represented.
The Pulitzer Center Campus Consortium is offering two fellowships focused on the role of religion in issues related to climate change or peace and conflict. Applications are due on April 15, 2019.