The Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA) awarded master's student Carolina Wilson (MA '15) with a 2015 Student Edward R. Murrow Award for her digital coverage of growing bike commuter traffic in the Bay Area.
The Seattle Times was awarded the 2015 Pulitzer Prize for breaking news for coverage of a deadly landslide that lecturer Cheryl Phillips had worked on.
The Seattle Times was named a winner for investigative reporting triggered by breaking news by Investigative Reporters and Editors for its work in uncovering negligence and cover-ups following a deadly landslide in Washington state.
Stanford Report interviews Stanford Journalism Program faculty and students about how data is providing new ways to explore complex stories of public and social significance.
Master's co-term student Austin Meyer has been named as the winner of Nicholas Kristof's annual win-a-trip contest.
If you missed "Data Driven: Coding and Writing Transportation’s Future" on Feb. 13, the videos of the conference are available to watch online.
COMM senior Ileana Najarro has been chosen as the 2015 Daniel Pearl Memorial Journalism Intern.
On February 13, 2015, Stanford University will host Data Driven: Coding and Writing Transportation’s Future. The conference will focus on the changing landscape of vehicle and transportation related data, and the opportunities arising from it.
The John S. Knight Journalism Fellowships at Stanford has received a $1.8 million investment from Knight Foundation to launch new initiatives that will strengthen fellowship curriculum and boost the program’s impact across newsrooms.
Hearst Professional in Residence Cheryl Phillips’ work among 2014 Online News Association award winners
Stanford Hearst Professional in Residence Cheryl Phillips' work covering March's Oso mudslide in Washington state -- as former data innovation editor at The Seattle Times -- was among award-winning projects at the 2014 ONA Journalism Awards.