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.
Cronkite professor Len Downie Jr.’s historical documents available at The Library of Congress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.
Cronkite School to host 15 international scholars for summer residency program
The scholars will participate in the Journalism, Technology and Democracy program, part of the Study of the United States Institutes (SUSI).
New MIDAS Lab at the Cronkite School to study misinformation
The Cronkite School will look to help combat misinformation and disinformation with its newly launched academic research Media, Information, Data and Society (MIDAS) Lab.
Cronkite School to host special event discussing diversity and media in the NFL
The Cronkite School will host “On The Clock & In the Media: Race, Hiring and the NFL,” a panel discussion focusing on the complex challenges in the NFL.
Musical co-written by Cronkite School professor to make off-Broadway debut
A musical co-written by Cronkite School Professor Fernanda Santos is headed to New York City to make its off-Broadway premiere.
Global leader in journalism and digital media joins Cronkite School to lead initiative for working professionals, skill seekers
Sree Sreenivasan, an internationally acclaimed journalist, digital media executive and educator, will join the Cronkite School to lead a new professional education and skills training initiative.
Susan Goldberg joins ASU’s Cronkite School and Julie Ann Wrigley Global Futures Laboratory
Susan Goldberg, editor in chief of National Geographic and editorial director of National Geographic Partners, will join the Cronkite School in early 2022.
Celebrating 2021: A Milestone Year
2021 proved to be a milestone year for the Cronkite School and Arizona PBS. Here are the most popular website and social media stories for Cronkite and Arizona PBS in 2021.
Cronkite School celebrates first in-person convocation in two years
The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication celebrated its Fall 2021 convocation ceremony at the Arizona Federal Theatre in downtown Phoenix.
Cronkite School promotes Brett Kurland to assistant dean for Instruction and Partnerships
Brett Kurland is an award-winning sports journalist and entrepreneur and founding director of the Cronkite News Phoenix Sports Bureau.
Lester Holt broadcasts NBC Nightly News from Cronkite School as part of “Across America” Tour
Lester Holt, NBC Nightly News anchor and award-winning journalist, broadcast the network’s evening news show from the rooftop of the Cronkite School.
Award-winning sports journalist William Rhoden to give convocation address
William C. Rhoden, an award-winning national sports writer and visiting professional at the Cronkite School, will deliver the keynote address.
Cronkite dean shares vision for global expansion at open house
Cronkite Dean Battinto L. Batts Jr. shared his vision for expanding the Cronkite School’s reach and influence during a discussion at the school's Open House.
Cronkite School, Arizona PBS to celebrate Media Literacy Week with events, programs, outreach
The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication and Arizona PBS will join colleges and universities across the country to celebrate U.S. Media Literacy Week beginning Oct. 25.
First Amendment Clinic Executive Director Gregg Leslie receives Freedom of Information Award
Gregg Leslie has received the Freedom of Information Award from the Arizona Newspapers Association for his advocacy for First Amendment freedoms.
Cronkite School launches series of Mexico initiatives
The Cronkite School is is launching several initiatives this fall with its Mexican partners to deepen the school’s engagement with our neighboring country and its dynamic media environment.
New class will give Cronkite students behind the scenes look at Arizona PBS
Arizona PBS and the Cronkite School have partnered to launch the first-ever class to introduce students to the state’s largest public television station.
Cronkite hires Allison Otu to lead expanded marketing and communications team
Allison Otu has been named the first executive director of marketing and communications at the Cronkite School and Arizona PBS.
Cronkite School’s News Co/Lab receives grant to examine housing insecurity
The Arizona Community Foundation has awarded Cronkite’s News Co/Lab an $80,000 “solutions journalism” grant to explore the impact of housing on health outcomes in diverse communities.