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News from the Cronkite School

Catch up on what’s (and who’s!) new at the Cronkite School.

Cronkite alumnus Wyatt Myskow

Award-winning Cronkite graduate ready to take next step in career

Wyatt Myskow was named an Outstanding Undergraduate Student for the fall 2022 convocation.

Cronkite alumnus Red Miller

Student highlight: Online degree allows Cronkite student to pursue increased opportunities

After 16 years of working as a journalist, Paul “Red” Miller wanted to finally get a degree in the career that he considered his calling, so he enrolled at the Cronkite School.

alumna Laura Bargfeld

Cronkite graduate finds new ways to tell stories after career change

Laura Bargfeld’s academic achievements led to them being named Outstanding Graduate Student for the fall 2022 convocation.

Joseph Russomanno, The Stench of Politics book

Cronkite professor’s new book examines increased politicization of the Supreme Court

Professor Joseph Russomanno's new book, “The Stench of Politics: Polarization and Worldview on the Supreme Court," discusses the U.S. Supreme Court's growing partisanship.

Alumni Highlight: Cronkite alumna charts own path in her career

Samantha Melbourneweaver used her love of modern media to create a path for herself at the Cronkite School and in her career.

Christine Devine

ASU Trustee and Cronkite Alumni Hall of Fame inductee Christine Devine to give convocation speech

ASU Trustee and Cronkite Alumni Hall of Fame inductee Christine Devine will deliver the keynote address at the Cronkite School's Fall 2022 Convocation.

NCDJ, National Center for Disability Journalism

Winners announced for National Center on Disability and Journalism 2022 awards

The Schneider and Corcoran prizes are the only journalism contests devoted exclusively to the coverage of people with disabilities and disability issues.

The Role of Collegiate Investigative Programs in Professional Journalism

Investigative editors, journalists discuss the benefits of collegiate investigative journalism programs

The panel, “The Role of Collegiate Investigative Programs in Professional Journalism,” examined the importance of programs that allow students to delve into investigative work.

study abroad, Argentina

Seven students travel to Argentina for Cronkite’s first internship abroad program

Cronkite students visited Argentina as the first cohort of a study abroad internship program implemented by the Cronkite Global Initiatives and the Career and Professional Development teams.

GMA3 Good Morning America

ABC News visits Cronkite School to broadcast popular shows, interact with students

ABC News visited the Cronkite School to host its popular news shows “GMA3” and “This Week with George Stephanopoulos."

Alumni Highlight: Lessons learned at Cronkite School guides alumnus through 40-year Army career

More than 60 years after Warren Field graduated from ASU’s Cronkite School, he hasn’t forgotten the lessons he learned as a student.

Barlett & Steele awards

Winners of the 16th Annual Barlett & Steele Awards announced

The Barlett & Steele Awards are administered by the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism at the Cronkite School.

Rocky Mountain Emmy Awards

Arizona PBS, Cronkite win Rocky Mountain Emmy Awards

Arizona PBS and the Cronkite School won a total of 10 Emmys® and Student Production Awards at the 2022 Rocky Mountain Emmy® Awards.

Blaze Radio ranked no. 1 in country

Princeton Review names ASU’s Blaze Radio number one college radio station in the US

The Princeton Review rated Blaze Radio as the 2021 Best College Radio Station in the country.

Leonard Downie Jr.

Cronkite professor Len Downie Jr.’s historical documents available at The Library of Congress

The Library of Congress has archived and made available to the public Cronkite Professor Len Downie Jr.'s papers.

CronkiteLIVE events celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month

The Cronkite School is celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month with two upcoming events.

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Arizona PBS partnering with PBS Kids program ‘Nature Cat’ to host a two-day event September 22-23

Arizona PBS is partnering with “Nature Cat,” a PBS Kids program, to bring nature- and STEM-focused, curriculum-based media to kids in the Grand Canyon Village community.

Paul B. Anderson, the principal & CEO of Workhouse Media of Seattle, Washington, has established The Shaufler Prize in Journalism, named after his late friend Ed Shaufler.

2022 Shaufler Prize recognizing reporting to advance understanding of underserved communities now accepting entries

Entries are now being accepted for the 2022 Shaufler Prize in Journalism administered by the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication.

Arizona PBS to host general election debates

Arizona PBS will partner with the Citizens Clean Elections Commission, the state's nonpartisan voter education agency, to host a series of election debates in the coming weeks.

Gayle King, co-host of CBS Mornings, editor-at-large of Oprah Daily, and host of the live, weekly radio show titled “Gayle King in the House” on SiriusXM

‘CBS Mornings’ anchor Gayle King to receive 39th Cronkite Award

Gayle King, the award-winning co-host of “CBS Mornings,” has been chosen to receive the 39th annual Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Journalism.