Cronkite Global Initiatives
Our international programs connect Cronkite students, staff and faculty with international media professionals, scholars and citizens.
Cronkite Global Initiatives fosters meaningful connections among Cronkite students, staff and faculty and international media professionals and scholars, citizens, government and nonprofit organizations. We fulfill ASU’s charter by advancing research and discovery of public value across the world. In the past ten years, Cronkite faculty have conducted over 50 workshops in more than 35 countries.
Explore our global programs
The Cronkite School is home to the only Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship program in journalism in the United States. The State Department program, in partnership with the Institute of International Education, brings mid-career journalists and professional communicators from developing countries to the Cronkite School each year for 10 months.
Additionally, Cronkite Global Initiatives conducts research and journalism and media training programs globally through public and private partnerships including the U.S. State Department, American Embassies worldwide, and USAID. We also partner with global development and education organizations such as IREX, World Learning, Meridian House and Global Ties.
Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship
Each year, this State Department program, in partnership with the Institute of International Education, brings mid-career journalists and professional communicators from developing countries to the Cronkite School for 10 months.
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Thinking about a Global career?
The Cronkite Foreign Affairs and International Reporting Club brings together students interested in international reporting to discuss issues related to global journalism and connect with professionals who have worked internationally.
Southwest Borderlands Initiative
Our students cover border, immigration and Indigenous issues across the Southwest and beyond.
Symbiosis: Cross-border narrative journalism training
Learn more about the collaboration between Cronkite Global Initiatives and Gatopardo, an influential Mexican magazine that covers Latin America and its diasporas.
Cronkite Study Abroad programs enable students to experience other cultures, learn about global media practices and report on international issues while earning academic credit.
Hubert H. Humphrey cohorts hosted by the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at ASU
Countries and territories represented by the Hubert H. Humphrey Fellows.
Number of Hubert H. Humphrey Fellows who have studied alongside students at the Cronkite School in 12 years