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A cutting-edge journalism program at ASU's Cronkite School has received a prestigious innovation award from a leading association of some of the nation’s top journalists.
Top college student journalists from across the country are receiving intensive digital media training this week at ASU's Cronkite School as part of a prestigious Dow Jones News Fund program.
Cronkite School students won eight professional awards and three student awards in the 2016 Arizona Press Club competition.
On the day he retired from ASU's Cronkite School, Tim McGuire challenged the school’s newest graduates to unabashedly chase their dreams.
For the 16th consecutive year, ASU's Cronkite School has finished as the top school in the regional Society of Professional Journalists’ Mark of Excellence Awards competition.
Top journalism students from 18 universities will lead an investigation into voting rights as part of the 2016 Carnegie-Knight News21 national multimedia investigative reporting initiative.
Journalists who have reported on the disability community in the past year are encouraged to submit entries to a national journalism contest that recognizes the best coverage of disability issues.
ASU students at the Cronkite School won more than half of the student categories at a regional Associated Press broadcast contest.
Journalists seeking to innovate in their newsrooms can find support in a grant program sponsored by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation for graduates of the Cronkite School at ASU.
Mark Hass, a leading strategic communications executive and entrepreneur, is joining ASU as a strategic communications professor.