Walter Cronkite’s friends and colleagues at the school that proudly bears his name remember the man who set the standard for trusted journalism in America and helped build a national journalism program here at Arizona State University.
President Michael Crow, Dean Christopher Callahan, Board Chairman Win Holden and faculty, students, alumni and friends of the Cronkite School react to the death of the former CBS News anchor.
News organizations locally and around the country focus on news of Cronkite’s death and his affiliation with the Cronkite School.
ASU President Michael Crow orders university flags to be flown at half-staff for a week in honor of the late Walter Cronkite as the Cronkite School offers special tributes to the school's namesake.
A group of supporters of the Cronkite School is creating a fund to honor the school’s namesake and educate future generations about the importance of the journalistic values his work embodied.
More Information About Walter Cronkite and His School
Documentary: "Cronkite: Legend and Legacy"
Cronkite’s 2005 Video Message About the Cronkite School
The Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Journalism
Cronkite Breaks Ground for New Building in 2007
NBC’s Brian Williams to Receive 26th Annual Cronkite Award in November
Video Tribute to Walter Cronkite by Past Cronkite Awards Recipients
Timeline of the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism
Journalism Luminaries Salute Walter Cronkite