Scripps Howard Foundation announces newest class of Roy W. Howard fellows
Two Cronkite graduates were selected to participate in the yearlong Roy W. Howard fellowship for emerging investigative journalists.
Cronkite School to partner with The 19th* for “The 19th Represents, 50 Years of Title IX” hybrid summit
The Cronkite School will serve as an academic partner for the event, collaborating with The 19th* to produce content about the 50th anniversary of Title IX.
College interns return to Cronkite School for Dow Jones News Fund Digital Training Program
For the first time since 2019, the Cronkite School hosted an in-person digital residency program for the Dow Jones News Fund.
Cronkite students, alumni celebrate milestones at convocation ceremony
The Cronkite School’s spring 2022 convocation ceremony featured a number of special achievements for the graduates, alumni and faculty.
Cronkite School graduate wants to find unique, overlooked stories
Samantha Chow was named an Outstanding Undergraduate Student for the Cronkite School's spring 2022 convocation ceremony.
Cronkite graduate wants to improve news anchor diversity
Fatma Abid will be recognized as an Outstanding Graduate Student at the Cronkite School's spring 2022 convocation ceremony.
Cronkite School, NBCLX shine a light on Title 42’s impact on asylum seekers
Cronkite students visited a Nogales, Sonora, Mexico shelter to speak with migrants who have been unable to file for asylum due to the CDC policy that was implemented to limit the spread of COVID-19.
Cronkite students win Hearst Awards for explanatory writing
Cronkite student Mikenzie Hammel and Cronkite alum Christopher Howley each placed among the top winners in the Explanatory Reporting Competition of the 2021-2022 Hearst Journalism Awards Program.
Cronkite School launches immersive Indian Country Today/NAJA graduate fellowship
The Cronkite School has launched a new graduate partnership with the Native American Journalists Association and Indian Country Today.
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.
Scripps Howard Foundation invests in student journalists
The Scripps Howard Foundation will extend its support for the Howard Centers for Investigative Journalism at the Cronkite School and the University of Maryland.
Cronkite alumni currently serving as TEGNA’s producer-in-residence in various U.S. markets
Recent Cronkite School graduates are participating TEGNA's Producer-in-Residence program.
Cronkite students cover Super Bowl in LA
Four Cronkite students came together to cover the biggest sporting event of the year live from Los Angeles: Super Bowl LVI.
Cronkite senior wins Hearst Award for feature writing
Cronkite senior Kiera Riley took home second place in the Feature Writing Competition of the 2021-2022 Hearst Journalism Awards Program.
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.
Sports journalism graduate wants to give a voice to underrepresented communities
Prince James Story wants to explore the intersection of sports and culture and tell the stories of those in underrepresented communities.
Cronkite graduate wants to tell deeper stories about athletes
Jordan Spurgeon will graduate this month with his bachelor's degree in sports journalism. He wants to delve deeper into the lives of athletes.
Cronkite School graduate will apply journalism skills in her native Pakistan
Cronkite Outstanding Graduate Student will apply journalism skills to covering environmental justice in her native Pakistan.
Scripps Howard Foundation announces spring class of Roy W. Howard Fellows
The latest class of Roy W. Howard Investigative Fellows will begin yearlong, post-graduate assignments at five nonprofit news organizations with deep commitments to investigative journalism.