A special summer program designed exclusively for high school students interested in sports journalism.
This on-campus residential experience puts participants in the middle of the action,...
Twenty high school students from across ASU's Cronkite School as part of an intensive, two-week media innovation training camp.
News coverage of Native American issues, a top priority for ASU's Cronkite School, is being recognized nationally.
Twenty-eight high school students are at ASU's Cronkite School this week to receive in-depth training in multimedia journalism.
Top student journalists from across the country are at ASU's Cronkite School for intensive journalism training as part of a special internship program through Dow Jones News Fund.
Journalists from the The New York Times, CBS News, The Washington Post and Univision are among the participants of a new medical journalism program created by the Mayo Clinic and ASU's Cronkite School.
Andrew Heyward, a visiting scholar at the MIT Media Lab who served for nearly a decade as president of CBS News, is joining ASU's Cronkite School in an initiative designed to advance innovation in local television news.
The National Center on Disability and Journalism at ASU has received a $300,000 grant from the Ford Foundation to expand its mission of improving media coverage and public understanding of disability issues.
Margaret Brennan, moderator of “Face the Nation” and senior foreign affairs correspondent at CBS News, challenged the newest graduates of ASU's Cronkite School to grow the public’s trust of the news media.