Diversity, equity and inclusion
Our goal is to create an academic environment that embraces diversity of thought and acceptance of all people.
A commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion
The Cronkite School practices inclusivity in student, staff and faculty populations in order to create an academic environment that embraces diversity of thought and acceptance of all people regardless of race, gender, age, sexual orientation or societal, political, cultural, economic, spiritual or physical differences. View our diversity plan, and explore initiatives that seek to promote inclusivity in our school and our work.
RWJF Southwest Health Reporting Initiative
Students report on health-related topics and issues, with a particular focus on Latino, Native American and Spanish-speaking border communities.
National Center on Disability and Journalism
NCDJ provides support and guidance for journalists covering people with disabilities and showcases exemplary work.
The Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship in Journalism
The Cronkite School brings accomplished mid-career professionals from emerging democracies to the United States for an intensive, 10-month academic study and professional experience.
Taught fully in Spanish, this immersive experience prepares students for careers in Spanish-language media and newsrooms covering Latino and borderland communities.
Indian Country Today
Housed at the Cronkite School, ICT is a nonprofit news organization that serves Indigenous communities.
Arizona PBS fosters lifelong learning through quality programming, in-depth news coverage and critical educational outreach services.
Cronkite Global Initiatives
Our global initiatives foster meaningful connections between Cronkite students, staff and faculty, and international media professionals, scholars and citizens.
Cronkite students may pursue a bilingual focus through which they’ll build cultural knowledge and tell the important stories of diverse communities.
Cronkite News borderlands reporting
Students can immerse in this reporting program and cover stories related to immigration, border, Latino and Native American issues.
Southwest Borderlands Initiative
Our students cover border, immigration and Indigenous issues across the Southwest and beyond.
The Cronkite School is proud to host student-run clubs and chapters of renowned media organizations that celebrate diversity and inclusion, both inside the school and within the industries we serve. Browse our groups and join today.