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Announcing the 2024 Winners of the Mike Berger Award & the Paul Tobenkin Memorial Award

Reporters from The Washington Post and the Virginia Center for Investigative Journalism at WHRO & ProPublica have won the 2024 Berger Award and Tobenkin Award, respectively.

Historic symposium will bring journalism, art and scholarly voices to Pulitzer Hall; Bust of Wells to be unveiled during the day-long event

The awards ceremony will take place on Tuesday, May 7, at Columbia Journalism School.

The talent incubator will empower emerging journalists with business news reporting skills and global mobility while promoting newsroom diversity.

CJS receives $200,000 from the international organization to broaden the reach of data journalism.

CJS alumni have proven themselves to be more than masters of their craft — they are trailblazers in the field.

With nearly 140 news media companies in attendance online, it was the biggest job fair in the United States. 

The Lipman Center for Journalism and Civil and Human Rights is proud to announce its 2024 fellowship winners — journalists who will pursue reporting projects on issues of inequity and human or civil rights abuses.

Reporters from The Washington Post and the Virginia Center for Investigative Journalism at WHRO & ProPublica have won the 2024 Berger Award and Tobenkin Award, respectively.

Columbia Journalism School announced today 10 Knight-Bagehot Fellows in Economics and Business Journalism for the 2024-2025 academic year.

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