Faculty, staff, alumni and students of Columbia Journalism School have signed the following letter demanding charges facing Andrea Sahouri, a 2019 alumna being charged for covering the George Floyd protests, be dropped.
Columbia Journalism School is pleased to announce that John Haskins, an editor at The New York Times for more than three decades who currently directs the paper's Student Journalism Institute, a recruitment and training program that seeks to strengthen newsroom diversity, will be joining the J-School as our new Dean of Student Life.
A new investigation by Columbia Journalism Investigations and the Center for Public Integrity looks at the unprecedented mental health toll caused by climate-change fueled disasters that have resulted in nearly 40 events costing a billion dollars each in the past decade.
Columbia Journalism School’s postgraduate fellowship program, is proud to welcome 11 new fellows for the 2020-2021 academic year. Drawn from the recent classes of J-School graduates, the 2020 fellows will report long-range investigations for CJI, and for the Cross-Borders Data and Global Migration Projects.
Columbia Journalism School announces the winners of the 2020 Maria Moors Cabot Prizes honoring journalists for career excellence and coverage of the Western Hemisphere that furthers inter-American understanding.