#cjs15 Publishes Master's Thesis
Frontline, Fusion and the Marshall Project have published M.A. Katie Worth's work that began as her Politics thesis. She joins FRONTLINE as an inaugural FRONTLINE/Columbia Journalism Fellow. Read more
Reuters Digital News Report
Reuters has launched a report with insights into digital news consumption. The Tow Center contributed to the report and has a digest of what it means for the U.S. news landscape. Read more
Summer Investigative Reporting Course
Designed by Columbia’s Stabile Center for Investigative Journalism, this three-week institute is for reporters, editors and producers seeking a comprehensive approach to conceiving, researching and writing investigative stories. Read more
The duPont Talks: Clarissa Ward
CBS News Foreign Correspondent Clarissa Ward talks about her 2013 duPont Award-winning reporting from Syria. The Deadline for submissions for this year's award is July 1. Read more
Columbia Publishing Course 2015
The six-week Columbia Publishing Course begins this week. For more than 60 years, CPC has been training people for careers as editors, literary agents, publishers, designers, publicists and more. Follow the conversation on Twitter at #CPC15 and @ColumbiaPubCrse Read more
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