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

This grant will support research on climate change and fisheries in New England in collaboration with Boston’s WBUR public radio. 

As a collaboration between Columbia Journalism School and Stanford University’s School of Engineering, the Brown Institute for Media Innovation awa

The grants will support yearlong reporting projects and will cover costs for data acquisition, analysis, and visualization, additional staff, FOIA

One year ago, Dean Jelani Cobb and Columbia Journalism School launched the pilot Loan Repayment Assistance Program, the first of its kind for gradu

The board of the Maria Moors Cabot Prize condemns the criminalization of independent journalism in Latin America.

Nineteen members of the Columbia Journalism School community have been named finalists and winners of the Pulitzer Prizes.

On World Press Freedom Day, CJS supports Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich and calls for his release.

"I'm so proud to be in the company of all these great minds, artists, writers, thinkers whose work I've admired for years,” said Alarcón.

Students at CJS have the opportunity and the challenge of engaging with news outlets directly to share their stories with the world as they unfold.

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