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The symposium is an opportunity to showcase and award academic research by current Cronkite graduate and undergraduate students.
Dozens of TV stations across Arizona will join together in January in a rare effort to combat the growing epidemic of youth suicide.
Arizona PBS will kick off its 60-year anniversary in January with a slate of new programming and new ways to provide content.
Fernanda Santos, a Southwest Borderlands Initiative Professor of Practice at the Cronkite School, will join a team of six instructors at Poynter that will help journalists of color find their voices in opinion writing.
Veteran investigative journalist Fernando Diaz and Juan Arredondo, Cronkite's first visiting professor in visual journalism, will begin teaching in January.
Michaels, considered one of the top sportscasters in the industry, has called some of the notable sporting events of all time.
Jack Harris, a recent graduate from Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, won the General Excellence Award in the student category from the Asian American Journalists Association.
The investigation found many communities across the country have yet to benefit from the unprecedented aid.