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Elira Çanga

Former Humphrey Fellow returns to Cronkite to attain doctorate degree

Elira Canga is pursuing her Ph.D. at the Cronkite School with a focus on political and health communication.

David Muir Q&A

David Muir encourages prospective journalists to pursue the truth and connect with their audience during Q&A event

David Muir reflected on his career journey, his hope for future journalists and how they can navigate polarizing times during a Q&A session with students at the Cronkite School.

Ana Aragon Sierra

Aspiring physician uses Cronkite Mass Communication degree to advance medical career

Ana Aragon Sierra enrolled in the MD/MMC program, a partnership between the Cronkite School and the Mayo Clinic’s Alix School of Medicine.

Howard Center Lithium Liabilities

Howard Center investigation into lithium mines gains national media exposure

A groundbreaking investigation of the impact on America’s water supplies from lithium mines reported by students working in the Howard Center has gained national attention.

Cronkite students seek to build a presence within the fashion industry

The Fashion Journalism Club at the Cronkite School sent eight members to cover LA Fashion Week in October.

Fall convocation

Cronkite School convocation recognizes accomplishments of nearly 300 graduates

Louis Carr, president of media sales at Black Entertainment Television (BET), served as the keynote speaker for the ceremony. 

Courtney Robinson

Cronkite grad’s love for sports leads to in-game hosting opportunity with ASU Athletics

Courtney Robinson is pursuing a Master of Arts in Sports Journalism at the Cronkite School while serving as an in-game host for ASU athletic events.

2023 World Series

Cronkite students gain valuable experience covering the World Series

The students provided game coverage, attended press conferences and other events, and interviewed fans, players and key figures associated with the Diamondbacks and and the local sports scene.

Anisa Shabir

Cronkite School prepares grad for career as foreign correspondent

Anisa Shabir wants to work as a foreign correspondent and support female journalists in Pakistan.

Randy Johnson with 2023 Crowder Award winners (L to R) Samantha Chow, Susan Wong and John Leos

‘The Big Unit’ still pitching memorable moments

MLB Hall of Famer Randy Johnson served as the guest speaker at Cronkite School’s Greg Crowder Memorial Photojournalism Award ceremony.

Cronkite School nominated for 28 NATAS Student Production Awards

The Cronkite School received 28 nominations for the prestigious Rocky Mountain Southwest Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Student Production Awards.

SUMMER CLASS OF ROY W. HOWARD FELLOWS

Scripps Howard Fund announces summer class of Roy W. Howard Fellows

The Scripps Howard Fund has chosen the 2023-2024 class of Roy W. Howard Fellows as well as the nonprofit newsrooms hosting the Fellows.

Lydia Curry, Cronkite News

Cronkite summer camp inspires undergraduate student to give back

Lydia Curry attended the Cronkite School's camp in high school and returned this year as a camp guide.

2023 News21 cohort

Carnegie-Knight News21 welcomes summer 2023 fellows, kicks off “America After Roe” reporting project

Twenty-five journalists from universities across the U.S. have gathered at the Cronkite School to embark on a national project examining the impact of the reversal of Roe v. Wade.

David Bloom. Photo credit: Joanna DeGeneres Photography/IMDB

Cronkite student David Bloom co-stars in new Disney+ series ‘American Born Chinese’

Cronkite student David Bloom has a co-starring role in “American Born Chinese,” a new coming-of-age adventure featuring Academy Award-winning actors Michelle Yeoh and Key Huy Quan.

Dow Jones News Fund Digital Training Program

Cronkite School will host Dow Jones News Fund digital media residency

The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University's Downtown Phoenix campus will host the Dow Jones News Fund digital media residency.

Cronkite School convocation honors graduates, retiring faculty

The Cronkite School celebrated the accomplishments of nearly 390 graduates at its spring 2023 convocation ceremony.

Andrès Martinez's advanced bilingual reporting course brings students together from ASU, Mexico to find the untold stories of the U.S.-Mexico border. photo by Charlie Leight/Arizona State University

Students tell unique border stories in bilingual reporting class

The Advanced Bilingual Reporting class brings together students from ASU, Mexico to find the untold stories of the U.S.-Mexico border.

Veronica Guerin Washington Scholarship. Scholarship awardees Liam Coates and Erin Murphy with 9l-r); Prof. Kevin Rafter, DCU and Prof. Daire Keogh, President, DCU. Photo by Gerry Mooney

Cronkite School partners with Dublin City University to host two journalism students this summer

The Cronkite School is partnering with Dublin City University (DCU) in Ireland to host two students at the Cronkite News Washington Bureau in Washington D.C., this summer.

Andrew Onodera

Childhood dream becomes a reality for Cronkite graduate

The Cronkite School named Andrew Onodera an Outstanding Graduate Student for this semester.