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    Four Journalists Chosen in Second Round of Business Reporting Fellowships

    By Amy Dunkin | February 24, 2015 | Featured News, J-School in the News, News

    The winning projects will explore the rise of genetic medical tests, efforts to improve safety at Bangladesh’s troubled textile factories, the link between digital labor and the de-skilling of the American workplace, and the impact of new high-tech meat substitutes on the environment and the traditional meat industry.

    Mariana Marcaletti’s look at the future of mobile news delivery found a home with PBS Mediashift/Idea Lab

    Clips of the Week

    By Jere Hester | February 16, 2015 | Clips of the Week, Featured News, News

    Check out some of our latest links – including Mariana Marcaletti’s look at the future of mobile news delivery, which was posted by PBS Mediashift/Idea Lab.

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    Journalist Andrea Stone Named Career Services Director

    By Amy Dunkin | February 4, 2015 | Featured News, J-School in the News, News

    She joins CUNY after a distinguished career at Al Jazeera America, The Huffington Post, AOL News, Politics Daily, and USA TODAY, among other publications.

    Check out our latest links – including Eric Levitz’ City Limits story about a push to change New York’s adoption records law.

    Clips of the Week

    By Jere Hester | January 30, 2015 | Clips of the Week, News

    Check out our latest links – including Eric Levitz’ City Limits story about a push to change New York’s adoption records law.

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    BBC Recommends Prof. Jeff Jarvis’s New Book on its February Reading List

    By Amy Dunkin | January 30, 2015 | Featured News, News

    Geeks Bearing Gifts from CUNY Journalism Press explores new opportunities for improving and sustaining journalism.

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    McGraw Fellow Nate Halverson Examines China’s Control of the U.S. Pork Industry

    By Amy Dunkin | January 29, 2015 | Featured News, News

    A major story just published by the Center for Investigative Reporting uncovers disturbing questions about China’s role in the 2013 takeover of Smithfield Foods.

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    Carla Murphy, ’09, Awarded Reporting Fellowship

    By Marisa Osorio | January 24, 2015 | Alumni News, News

    Carla Murphy, ’09, a reporter/blogger for Colorlines.com, is a 2015 John Jay/H.F. Guggenheim Reporting Fellow. Murphy is among 20 journalists in the country to receive…

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    Class of ’15 Student Lands Exclusive During Home Visit to Martinique

    By Amy Dunkin | January 15, 2015 | Featured News, Student News

    Cariba Party’s story on Officer Clarissa Jean-Philippe, the policewoman from Martinique murdered in Paris after the Charlie Hebdo attack, was published in The Daily News.

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    Jue Yang Takes on New Role as the J-School’s First Technologist-in-Residence

    By Amy Dunkin | December 29, 2014 | Featured News, J-School in the News, News

    Jue will work with faculty and students on class projects that lie at the intersection of journalism and technology, helping them to develop new digital products and services.

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    Clips of the Week

    By Jere Hester | December 23, 2014 | Clips of the Week, Featured News, News

    Check out our latest links – including Rosie Goldensohn and Rachael Levy’s story for The Nation about a Tennessee law that criminalizes drug users who give birth.