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    CUNY J-School Gets Ready For Its Largest, Most Diverse Class Ever

    By Amy Dunkin | May 15, 2015 | Featured News, J-School in the News, News, Student News

    Some 120 students have enrolled in its core master’s in journalism degree program, 20% more than in any of class in its history. And, for the first time, more than half of the students (52%) are persons of color or from other underrepresented minority groups.

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    Ravitch Fiscal Reporting Program to Address Puerto Rico’s Financial Crisis

    By Amy Dunkin | May 11, 2015 | Featured News, J-School in the News, News

    Journalists interested in attending a one-day seminar to strengthen their background knowledge of the island’s troubled economy must apply by May 20th.

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    Apply Now for the Knight-VICE Innovators Fund in Partnership with the CUNY J-School

    By Amy Dunkin | April 22, 2015 | Featured News, J-School in the News, News

    Journalists vying for a share of the $500,000 fund should pitch ground-breaking projects that could involve cutting-edge investigative techniques, inspired new reporting methods, or innovative technologies to present data.

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    Apply this Spring for a McGraw Business Reporting Fellowship of Up to $15,000

    By Amy Dunkin | April 8, 2015 | 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. The deadline is May 15.

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    Dean Sarah Bartlett Named One of New York’s Top Media Leaders

    By Amy Dunkin | March 3, 2015 | Featured News, J-School in the News, News

    She will receive an Above & Beyond Award for accomplished women from the City & State news organization on Mar. 26.

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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.

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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.

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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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    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.