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    Class of 2014

    Videos: Class of 2014 Commencement

    By Amy Dunkin | December 19, 2014 | Featured News, J-School in the News, News, Student News

    Hear the remarks of New York Times Public Editor Margaret Sullivan, ’14 class speaker Oliver Morrison, ’07 alum Jego Armstrong and Dean Sarah Bartlett.

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    Applications Now Open for Knight-CUNYJ Summer Internships

    By Amy Dunkin | December 17, 2014 | Featured News, J-School in the News, News

    Apply now to be one of the 20 aspiring journalists coming to NYC this summer – all expenses paid – for training with the CUNY J-School faculty and paid internships we will help you secure.

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    NYCity News Service “Stop the Mold” Series Runs in Daily News

    By Amy Dunkin | December 16, 2014 | Featured News, J-School in the News, News

    A three-part series produced by CUNY Graduate School of Journalism’s NYCity News Service and the Daily News spotlighting the scourge of mold in New York City public housing ran this week in the paper and on it website.

    Knight Innovation Award 2014

    VICE Media and Knight to Create $500,000 Innovators’ Fund at CUNY

    By Amy Dunkin | December 2, 2014 | Featured News, J-School in the News, News

    The goal is to train journalists to use innovative new ways to tell stories for the next generation of news consumers.

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    Dr. Andrew Mendelson of Temple University Named CUNY J-School Associate Dean

    By Amy Dunkin | November 19, 2014 | Faculty News, Featured News, J-School in the News, News

    As the leader of a journalism program based in a major city, Mendelson shares many of the same values as the CUNY J-School, including an emphasis on diversity in the student body, faculty, and curriculum.

    McGraw Fellowships Fall 2014

    Apply Now for McGraw Fellowships for Business Journalism

    By Amy Dunkin | October 23, 2014 | Featured News, J-School in the News, News

    The McGraw Fellowships enable accomplished journalists to do the deep reporting needed to produce a distinguished investigative or enterprise business story.

    STATE APPROVES OUR NEW SOCIAL JOURNALISM MASTER’S DEGREE

    By Amy Dunkin | October 15, 2014 | Featured News, J-School in the News, News

    The CUNY Graduate School of Journalism is thrilled to announce that our Social Journalism master’s degree program has been approved by the New York State Education Department and will kick off its inaugural semester in January 2015.

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    Students Tackle Climate Challenge with Crowdsourcing Initiative

    By Amy Dunkin | October 9, 2014 | Featured News, J-School in the News, News, Student News

    An ambitious crowdsourcing project on climate change risk in New York includes real-time multimedia reporting from vulnerable communities, data collection on residents’ views, and community engagement efforts via social media.

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    Knight Foundation Grant of $1.2 Million to Fund New Diversity Initiative

    By Amy Dunkin | September 25, 2014 | Featured News, J-School in the News, News

    The program is designed to address the large underrepresentation of minority journalists in newsrooms and will include an expense-paid summer internship and free tuition for select participants.

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    Public Editor of The New York Times to Speak at 2014 Commencement

    By Amy Dunkin | September 2, 2014 | Featured News, J-School in the News, News

    Margaret Sullivan was appointed the public editor in 2012, after having served 12 years as executive editor of The Buffalo News.