Columbia Journalism Investigations Story Archive
Columbia Journalism Investigations
Whose Vote Counts, PBS Frontline
They Should Have Done Something”: Broad Failures Fueled Wisconsin Ballot Crisis, Investigation Shows, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Climate Change Is Killing Americans. Health Departments Aren’t Equipped To Respond, The Center for Public Integrity
Disasters are Driving a Mental Health Crisis, The Texas Tribune
Deadly Bacteria Lurk in Coastal Waters. Climate Change Increases the Risks., The Center for Public Integrity
Dangerous Heat, Unequal Consequences, The Center for Public Integrity
"Columbia’s investigations fellowship gave me the time and guidance to do the most intensive reporting of my career to date. Not only were my colleagues and I able to piece together complicated stories exposing injustice and derelictions of duty, but we were also able to witness the effect those stories had on people and their governments."
— Dean Russell, a 2019-20 CJI investigative fellow
The Cross-Borders Data Project
Religious leaders on suspicion of unholy finances, The Latin American Center for Investigative Journalism
The fraudulent kingdom of God, The Latin American Center for Investigative Journalism
Holy Rollers: The Religious Leaders Using Churches to Launder Illicit Cash Across the Americas, The Latin American Center for Investigative Journalism
"I spent six months working alongside an international consortium of journalists on a major, longform project -- a rare opportunity for someone just out of school. The research and project management skills I developed have been invaluable in my work after Columbia. The fellowship program is the perfect opportunity for students who want to further hone their investigative reporting skills."
— Bianca Fortis, a 2020-21 CJI cross border data fellow
"The Global Migration Project fellowship set me on the career path I'm currently on. It sparked my interest in the immigration beat I have been covering for four years now and gave me the tools to succeed in a national newsroom, where I have to balance magazine reporting, investigations, and news writing."
— Isabela Dias, a 2018-19 CJI global migration fellow