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Columbia Journalism Students Chosen for FASPE Ethics Fellowship

Now in its tenth year of operation, FASPE provides a unique historical lens to engage graduate students in professional schools as well as early-stage practitioners in five fields (business, journalism, law, medicine and seminary) in an intensive course of study focused on contemporary ethical issues in their professions.

From left to right: Jillian Berman, María Eloísa Capurro, Katie Jennings, Hannah Levintova, Larry Madowo, Akiko Matsuda, Eshe Nelson, Oheneba Ama Nti Osei, Andrew Rosati, Hamza Shaban

Columbia Announces 2019-2020 Knight-Bagehot Fellows

The mid-career journalism fellowships provide full tuition and a living stipend of $60,000 for experienced journalists to take graduate courses at Columbia University, primarily at Columbia's Schools of Business and Journalism. Fellows also attend special seminars at the Journalism School, led by seasoned journalists, media business executives and a broad range of tech, finance and economics experts during the nine-month program, which begins in August.

Columbia Journalism School Announces 2019-2020 Spencer Fellows

This year’s group plans to examine demographic shifts in American suburban school districts, connections between school desegregation policies and affirmative action in higher education, and rural education challenges in both Mississippi and Wisconsin. The winners were chosen by a distinguished board of journalists and education scholars after a competitive application process.

Marc Benioff & Kevin Sneader

Columbia University School of Journalism’s Knight-Bagehot Fellowships in Business and Economics 44th Anniversary Event to Celebrate Reaching 400 Graduates Landmark

In 2019, the Knight-Bagehot Fellowship in Business and Economics housed at Columbia Journalism School will graduate its 400th fellow, as part of the largest specialized journalism fellowship in the world. To celebrate the milestone, Marc Benioff, chairman and co-CEO, Salesforce and co-chair, TIME, and Kevin Sneader, global managing partner, McKinsey & Company, will keynote the Knight-Bagehot 44th Anniversary event at the Marriott Marquis in New York on October 16, 2019.

How I Got Published In...

How I Got Published in the New Yorker and Univision News

In a single course at the J-School, Inti Pacheco, '17 M.S. Data, began collaborating on not one but two investigations that would later be published in major news outlets. Here he tells how he and his classmates developed these stories, and how they came to be published with the help of Columbia Journalism School and a career-altering fellowship.

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What Postgraduate Data Journalism Fellows Learned When They Asked 'Is the Department of Justice changing its stance on cases pertaining to religion?'

This week, data project fellows, Maya Miller, David Mora and Andrew Rodriguez Calderon, partnered with NBC News on a story that looked at religious liberty cases taken up by the Trump Administration's Justice Department. The team answers questions on what led to the story, their rigorous reporting process, and what advice they have for other journalists covering government agencies.