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  • The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication
    National Board of Advisors Undergraduate Programs Undergraduate Programs Admissions Prospective Students Business Journalism Specialization Combined Bachelor s and Master s Latino Specialization Sports Journalism at Cronkite Meteorology Minor Sustainability Minor Minor in Public Service Public Policy Minor of Media Analysis Cronkite Student Life English Grammar Exams Scholarships Dean s List Graduate Programs Ph D Program Professional Master s Combined Bachelor s and Master s Business Journalism Specialization Latino Specialization Mayo Cronkite Fellowship Program Reaching Beyond Campus Reynolds Business Journalism Center Scripps Howard Entrepreneurship Institute Cronkite New Media Academy Paul J Schatt Memorial Lecture Philanthropy in Journalism Sessions McCormick Census Training Cronkite Global Initiatives Institute for High School Journalism Meredith Cronkite Fellowship Program Village Voice Digital Media Fellowships Diversity Projects Disability Journalism Center Media Partnerships Alumni Cronkite Nation LinkedIn Alumni Group Cronkite Alumni Alumni Hall of Fame The Cronkite Journal Giving to the School Cronkite Day Cronkite National Board of Advisors Cronkite Store Alumni Updates Giving to the School Giving to the School Donate Now Building Naming Opportunities Ways to Give The Cronkite Award Luncheon The Walter Cronkite Award Cronkite Endowment Board Contact Us Getting in Touch Getting to the School Building Hours Cronkite Faculty on Twitter Professional Experiences Career Services Carnegie Knight News21 Initiative Cronkite News Service Cronkite NewsWatch Knight Center for Digital Media Entrepreneurship Multimedia Reporting Project New Media Innovation Lab Public Relations Lab Student Awards Orgs Events Must See Mondays Nov 13 The Future of Network News special Tuesday presentation Cronkite Night at the Movies Nov 14 In the Loop Must See Mondays Nov 19 America Through My Immigrant Eyes Cronkite News Cronkite Students Cover Elections Student journalists from the Cronkite School provided multimedia coverage of the 2012 elections for audiences across Arizona Cronkite Hosts Murrow Program for 3rd Year The Cronkite School is hosting a group of

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  • Welcome from Dean Callahan | The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication
    School Giving to the School Donate Now Building Naming Opportunities Ways to Give The Cronkite Award Luncheon The Walter Cronkite Award Cronkite Endowment Board Contact Us Getting in Touch Getting to the School Building Hours Cronkite Faculty on Twitter Welcome from Dean Callahan Dean Callahan congratulates a Cronkite graduate Welcome to the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University The Cronkite School is a nationally recognized professional program that prepares students for careers as reporters editors producers correspondents anchors media managers and public relations specialists Our students go on to online media outlets television stations newspapers magazines radio stations newsletters public relations firms and corporate and government public relations departments We consistently rank in the top 10 in the annual Hearst intercollegiate journalism competition often called the Pulitzers of college journalism finishing first in two of the past three years And our students have finished first in the Society of Professional Journalists Mark of Excellence Awards for a record fifth consecutive year Our faculty consists of award winning professional journalists and world class media scholars We are in the middle of one of the nation s largest media markets And each year we draw extraordinarily bright inquisitive passionate and diverse students from across the country ASU s journalism program exploded onto the national education landscape in 1984 when the journalism school was named in honor of Walter Cronkite the longtime CBS Evening News anchor For more than two decades now the person who is often called The Most Trusted Man in America because of his journalistic excellence and integrity has helped shape and grow the program into a national journalism powerhouse In 2005 we entered a new era when ASU President Michael Crow made the Cronkite School an independent college We declared a simple yet ambitious goal to take this excellent journalism school and make it the preeminent professional journalism program in the country And we are well on our way In the first few years of independence we have added more than 15 top journalists and scholars to the faculty people such as former Washington Post Executive Editor Leonard Downie Jr former CNN anchor Aaron Brown former Minneapolis Star Tribune Editor Tim McGuire BET Vice President Retha Hill former Sacramento Bee Executive Editor Rick Rodriguez and digital media guru Dan Gillmor We launched the Cronkite News Service reporting bureau where our best students prepare stories and news packages under tight deadlines for newspapers TV newscasts radio reports and news Web sites around the state We started the New Media Innovation Lab and the Knight Center for Digital Media Entrepreneurship to help develop the next generation of digital media solutions and opened the Donald W Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism We are transforming our award winning weekly newscast ASU NewsWatch into a daily show We started a partnership with ABC News in which our top students appear on ABC programs nationally We are the headquarters for the exciting new Carnegie Knight News21 experimental digital

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  • The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication
    for his work teaching students how to cover immigration issues Former Detroit Editor Named Gaylord Visiting Professor July 29 2010 Caesar Andrews former executive editor of the Detroit Free Press will be the new Edith Kinney Gaylord Visiting Professor in Journalism Ethics at Arizona State University New Scholarship Fund to Honor Former AZ Republic Editor July 26 2010 The Arizona Republic has established a memorial scholarship at Arizona State University in honor of the paper s recently retired managing editor Jeffrey Doz Dozbaba Cronkite School Wins International Architecture Award July 21 2010 The Cronkite School building has been awarded an International Architecture Award Arizona State University announced New Media Innovation Lab studies Gen Y mobile news habits July 16 2010 A study conducted by the New Media Innovation Lab at Cronkite for the Newspaper Association of America Foundation examines young people s smart phone usage to help newspapers reach the next generation Cronkite Professor Develops Social Media Course July 12 2010 Cronkite professor Dawn Gilpin teaches a newly developed class Media 2 0 Social Media to students throughout Arizona State University Cronkite Professor Wins New Media Women Entrepreneurs Grant July 6 2010 Cronkite professor Retha Hill wins a McCormick Foundation New Media Women Entrepreneurs grant to create a mobile application that enables users to learn about black history from their smart phones Cronkite Finishes Second Nationally in Hearst Awards June 24 2010 The Cronkite School finished second nationally in the Hearst Journalism Awards for the 2009 2010 school year Reynolds Study Business Journalists Optimistic June 23 2010 Business journalists express job satisfaction and confidence in journalism s future in a survey commissioned by the Donald W Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism Reynolds Fellows Learn Journalism Fundamentals June 22 2010 Thirty four high school teachers from around the country are participating in an intensive journalism boot camp at the Cronkite School Cronkite Student Professor Win Knight News Challenge Grant June 18 2010 A student and a professor at the Cronkite School won a 90 000 Knight News Challenge grant to develop a mobile application that enables citizens to propose and collaborate on ways to better their communities Carnegie Knight News21 Schools Honored in Contests June 2 2010 Journalism students in the national Carnegie Knight News21 program headquartered at the Cronkite School have been recognized with more than 40 awards for reporting design multimedia and photojournalism Knight Center Director Joins Salon com as Blogger June 2 2010 Dan Gillmor director of the Knight Center for Digital Media Entrepreneurship at the Cronkite School will be joining Salon com as a regular blogger ABC News Anchor Diane Sawyer Is 2010 Cronkite Award Recipient May 31 2010 Diane Sawyer the award winning anchor of ABC s flagship newscast World News with Diane Sawyer is this year s recipient of the Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Journalism Cronkite New Home to State Department Program for Foreign Journalists May 27 2010 The Cronkite School will be home to visiting journalists from around the globe under a new 1 million grant from the State Department Cronkite Lab Creates App Connecting Citizens Elected Officials May 20 2010 The Cronkite School s New Media Innovation Lab has developed an innovative iPhone application that makes it easier for citizens to connect with their elected officials NBC News President Addresses Cronkite Graduates May 14 2010 NBC News President Steve Capus urged graduates of the Cronkite School to uphold the time honored news values for which the school s namesake is remembered Cronkite Students Compete in National Hearst Championships May 10 2010 Four Cronkite students will travel to New York in June to compete in the national Hearst Journalism Awards championships for radio television and print Cronkite Students Dominate National and Regional SPJ Contests May 4 2010 For an unprecedented five years in a row Cronkite students win more awards than any other school in the country in the Society of Professional Journalists competition Cronkite Students Bring Home Awards April 30 2010 Journalism students win a series of national awards in television radio online and public relations Awards recognize work ranging from a documentary to multimedia packages Cronkite Alumni Form New National Board of Advisors April 26 2010 The Cronkite School names nine alumni to a new national board of advisors whose members will provide leadership and support for the school Cronkite Student Wins International RFK Award April 21 2010 A Carnegie Knight News21 reporter from the Cronkite School wins a prestigious Robert F Kennedy Journalism Award for a story about immigration Knight Center Wins ASU Innovation Award April 16 2010 The Knight Center for Digital Media Entrepreneurship at the Cronkite School is awarded the 2010 President s Award for Innovation from Arizona State University Cronkite Student Wins Edward R Murrow Award April 7 2010 Colton Shone wins an Edward R Murrow Award one of the most prestigious honors in professional broadcast journalism Cronkite Broadcast Students Best in Country March 31 2010 Cronkite broadcast students finish first in two major news competitions the Hearst Journalism Awards and the Broadcast Education Association Awards NBC News President to Speak to Graduates March 23 2010 Steve Capus president of NBC News will be the Cronkite School s spring 2010 convocation speaker The ceremony will be held May 14 on ASU s Tempe campus Sue Clark Johnson Joins Cronkite Faculty March 15 2010 Sue Clark Johnson former head of the nation s largest newspaper group and now director of the Morrison Institute for Public Policy is joining the Cronkite faculty Fellowships Offered for Green Economy Seminar March 14 2010 The Donald W Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism is offering 20 fellowships for an all expenses paid seminar on Covering the Green Economy June 28 30 in Phoenix Cronkite Dean Named Journalism Administrator of the Year March 12 2010 Christopher Callahan founding dean of the Cronkite School is named the Scripps Howard Foundation Journalism Administrator of the Year Photo Students Produce Documentaries on Immigration Poverty March 6 2010 Cronkite photojournalism students are documenting immigration and poverty in Arizona and along the U S Mexico border under a grant from the Howard G Buffett Foundation Mayo Medical Students to Study Journalism at Cronkite School Feb 25 2010 Two leading institutions in their respective fields Mayo Clinic and the Cronkite School are joining forces to give future physicians journalism training Cronkite Professor named Fulbright Chair in Portugal Feb 4 2010 Cronkite Professor Steve Doig will teach precision journalism and computer assisted reporting in Portugal this fall as a Fulbright Distinguished Chair Knight Chair at Cronkite Honors Investigative Work Feb 3 2010 The Cronkite School s Knight Chair in Journalism and IRE announce the Philip Meyer Journalism Award for investigative reporting that uses social science research Cronkite NewsWatch Airs Live on PBS Across Arizona Feb 2 2010 Cronkite NewsWatch now airs live on Eight World a digital channel of Eight Arizona PBS that reaches more than 1 million homes across Arizona Schatt Lecture to Feature Pulitzer Reporter Who Uncovered Walter Reed Story Feb 1 2010 The Washington Post reporter who uncovered mistreatment of wounded veterans at Walter Reed will be the featured speaker at this year s Paul J Schatt Lecture Cronkite Students Take First Third in Hearst Editorial Writing Contest Jan 25 2010 Two Cronkite students take first and third places in the Hearst competition for editorial writing while six others are honored for their feature writing Politico Founder 3TV Anchor and Student Inventors Headline Speakers Series Jan 21 2010 The co founder of Politico a TV news anchor a Google marketing expert and student digital inventors will headline the Must See Monday speaker series this semester Best of News21 Showcases Innovative Student Journalism Jan 20 2010 News21 a national initiative to educate the next generation of journalists is showcasing the best work produced by student journalists at 12 leading universities NY Times Journalist Named First Reynolds Visiting Professor Under New Grant Jan 19 2010 Award winning New York Times business writer Leslie Wayne is the first Donald W Reynolds Visiting Professor thanks to a new grant from the Reynolds Foundation Cronkite to Host Reynolds Institute for H S Journalism Teachers for Next Five Years Jan 12 2010 The Cronkite School will help train high school journalism teachers from around the country for the next five years through a new grant by the Reynolds Foundation Cronkite New Media Academy Teaches Web Building Jan 10 2010 Registration is open for the third Cronkite New Media Academy offering 10 Saturday sessions to develop multimedia Web skills Downie Delivers Keynote at Cronkite Graduation Dec 19 2009 Longtime Washington Post editor Leonard Downie Jr delivers the keynote address at the Cronkite School s December 2009 convocation Ninety six students received degrees Brian Williams Special Airs on Horizon Dec 7 2009 KAET Eight Arizona s PBS station airs a Horizon special on Brian Williams winning Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Journalism Cronkite Dean Comments on Sheriff Interview Dec 7 2009 Dean Christopher Callahan writes about the Cronkite School s interview with controversial Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio in The Arizona Republic Reynolds Chair Discusses Comcast Purchase of NBC Dec 4 2009 Andrew Leckey the Donald W Reynolds Chair in Business Journalism at the Cronkite School discusses Comcast s purchase of NBC on the PBS NewsHour Reynolds Center Fellowships Announced Dec 1 2009 The Donald W Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism awards a total of 23 fellowships to journalists for seminars to be held at Cronkite next year Perk Rankin Former Cronkite Professor and Newsweek Ad Executive Dies Nov 29 2009 Perk Rankin professor emeritus founding member of the Cronkite Endowment Board and former Newsweek executive died at his Tempe home He was 92 Arpaio Meet the Press Interview to Air Live on Taylor Mall Streamed on Internet Nov 26 2009 Three Cronkite professors interviewing Sheriff Joe Arpaio will air live on a big video screen outside the school and on the Internet to accommodate heavy public interest National Coverage of NBC Anchor Receiving Cronkite Award Nov 19 2009 Read the coverage of Brian Williams receiving the Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Journalism and watch the NBC News anchor s acceptance speech and a special video tribute Brian Williams Receives Cronkite Award Nov 18 2009 The anchor and managing editor of the NBC Nightly News receives the 26th annual Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Journalism from the Cronkite School before an audience of more than 1 200 in Phoenix NBC Nightly News Broadcast from Cronkite School Nov 18 2009 Brian Williams hosts the NBC Nightly News live from the rooftop of the Cronkite School Tuesday Williams is the recipient of this year s Walter Cronkite Award of Excellence in Journalism Cronkite School Honors ESPN Director Nov 14 2009 Chip Dean award winning director of ESPN s Monday Night Football and a 1977 ASU graduate is the newest member of the Cronkite Alumni Hall of Fame Downie Reports on Future of Journalism Nov 12 2009 Leonard Downie Jr the former Washington Post editor and newest Cronkite professor writes about the future of journalism in a powerful new study Author Says U S Policy Breeding Bio Insecurity Nov 12 2009 A new book by Cronkite Professor Ed Sylvester argues that government biodefense policies are really making Americans more vulnerable to terrorism Cronkite Building Gets Green Certification Nov 9 2009 The Cronkite School s new downtown Phoenix building earns a silver certification for sustainability citation from the U S Green Building Council The award will be given during the Greenbuild International Conference and Expo in Phoenix Cronkite Student Productions Recognized in Emmys Oct 30 2009 Cronkite students are honored in the 2009 Emmy Awards given by the Rocky Mountain Southwest Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Five Cronkite School productions are nominated in the Student Production category and one in a professional category Cronkite Students Produce FOX Sports Arizona Show Oct 23 2009 Broadcast students are producing a new magazine style show about ASU sports Sun Devils 101 that will air on FOX Sports Arizona The show is believed to be the first produced by journalism students for a commercial sports network Freedom of Speech Week Panel Considers Extreme Speech Oct 16 2009 The Cronkite School hosts a discussion on Extreme Speech and Democracy Oct 22 as part of National Freedom of Speech Week The event is hosted by Cronkite School Associate Professor Joseph Russomanno 2009 Barlett Steele Awards Announced Oct 6 2009 The Miami Herald wins the gold award and Bloomberg Markets the silver award in the 2009 Barlett Steele Awards for Investigative Business Journalism the Donald W Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism announces Disability Center Comes to Cronkite School Oct 4 2009 The Cronkite School is the new home for the National Center on Disability Journalism providing resources for journalists and a forum for journalists and people with disabilities to share and comment on news coverage Cronkite School Honors Namesake Sept 30 2009 Walter Cronkite s life work and dedication to journalism are remembered during a daylong tribute at the school that bears his name A satellite interview with renowned journalists and a special video tribute are part of the event Newsroom Leader Assumes Gaylord Professorship Sept 25 2009 Sharon Rosenhause a longtime newspaper editor who has been a champion of newsroom diversity is the new Edith Kinney Gaylord Visiting Professor in Journalism Ethics at the Cronkite School Broadcast Students Work Opens Local Show Sept 16 2009 Cronkite students are producing news and weather reports for The Pat McMahon Show on AZTV7 Cable13 Their pieces will open the popular morning talk show four days a week beginning Oct 5 Next Generation Reporters Innovate on the Web Sept 1 2009 News21 a national investigative reporting project with the nation s top journalism schools is making available a record amount of content to Web sites broadcasters and newspapers around the country Multimedia Projects Showcase Cronkite Work Sept 1 2009 ASU students produce multimedia reports on Latino America that demonstrate how journalism can be done in innovative and in depth ways on the Web The projects look at the social economic cultural and political impact of the surging Latino population in the United States Pulitzer Winners News Anchors and Arpaio Headline Cronkite Speakers Series Aug 30 2009 Two Pulitzer Prize winning journalists a National Public Radio correspondent three TV news anchors the former editor of The Washington Post and Sheriff Joe Arpaio will headline a Monday night speakers series this fall at the Cronkite School Second Cronkite New Media Academy Open for Registration Aug 24 2009 The Cronkite School s second New Media Academy is offering 10 day five day and one day registrations for an innovative training program in digital media this fall Cronkite School Brings in Record Freshman Class Aug 22 2009 The Cronkite School is welcoming the strongest freshman class in the school s history This year s incoming class of 264 is 45 percent larger than last year s cohort Walter Cronkite School Plans Daylong Tribute to Namesake Aug 17 2009 The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication is planning a daylong tribute next month to honor the late CBS News anchor Cronkite Supporters Establish New Fund to Commemorate School s Namesake Aug 12 2009 A group of supporters of the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University is creating a fund to honor the school s namesake and educate future generations about the importance of the journalistic values his work embodied Reynolds Center Gets New Web Managing Editor Aug 3 2009 Robin J Phillips a journalist with a rich background in business news and online journalism joins the Cronkite School s Donald W Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism as Web managing editor New Blogs Offer Tips for Business Journalists July 31 2009 The Donald W Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism at ASU launches two new blogs to help business journalists stay ahead of the news and polish their skills The blogs are available at www businessjournalism org Cronkite School Offers New Media Training July 24 2009 The Cronkite School is hosting its second Cronkite New Media Academy this fall offering professional training for those who want to learn new media skills ASU Flags at Half Staff to Honor Cronkite July 19 2009 Flags at ASU are lowered in tribute to the late Walter Cronkite and the Cronkite School offers special tributes to the school s namesake Students Win Recognition for PR News Efforts July 10 2009 Cronkite students win recognition for work that includes a Webby honor a multimedia reporting project that is being showcased by the Online News Association and a presentation that helped win Phoenix an All American City designation Students Win National Magazine Awards July 8 2009 For the third year in a row Cronkite students top a national student magazine contest Students won a total of seven awards in the 2009 contest sponsored by the Magazine Division of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Cronkite Professor Aaron Brown Hosts PBS Series Wide Angle July 1 2009 Aaron Brown the Walter Cronkite Professor of Journallism at ASU and former CNN anchor hosts the PBS international affairs weekly magazine Wide Angle this summer Cronkite Hosts IRE s National CAR Conference June 30 2009 Journalists from all over the country will gather at the Cronkite School in 2010 for the Investigative Reporters and Editors Computer Assisted Reporting Conference The annual event offers hands on training and expert insight into cutting edge developments Cronkite Students Sweep International News Awards June 26 2009 Cronkite students sweep a national intercollegiate journalism competition that honors the best of global news coverage The winners were all students of Associate Professor Carol Schwalbe who specializes in multimedia journalism and magazine writing Cronkite Student Project Wins Knight News Challenge June 17 2009 An innovative news project developed by two students at Cronkite s Knight Center for Digital Media Entrepreneurship wins a Knight News Challenge grant High School Teachers Learn Journalism Basics June 14 2009 Thirty five high school teachers from 14 states are participating in an intensive journalism boot camp at the Cronkite School this month The program is sponsored by the Donald W Reynolds Foundation and administered by the American Society of News Editors Cronkite Student Wins National Radio Championship June 9 2009 Cronkite sophomore Colton Shone is this year s national champion in the Hearst Journalism Awards program for his work in radio reporting Young Adults Turn to Internet for Economic News June 1 2009 Young adults rely heavily on the Internet for economic news according to a new nationwide study by the Reynolds Center for Business Journalism Cronkite Finishes First in Hearst for Second Time in Three Years May 26 2009 The Cronkite School is first in the nation in the Hearst Journalism Awards considered the Pulitzers of college journalism Cronkite has won the competition twice in the past three years and finished first or second in four of the past five years Eight KAET Features Cronkite South Africa Project May 24 2009 A television special goes behind the scenes of a Cronkite School student reporting project in South Africa The news magazine airs on Eight KAET s Eight World program and is featured on the KAET Web site Women s Commission Honors Cronkite Dean May 22 2009 The Commission on the Status of Women at Arizona State University honors Cronkite Dean Christopher Callahan for his work to advance the status of women at ASU Cronkite Students Top SPJ Awards for Fourth Consecutive Year May 18 2009 For a remarkable fourth consecutive year Cronkite students finish first nationally in the Society of Professional Journalists intercollegiate news contest CBS 5 Anchor Urges Graduates to be Fearless May 15 2009 CBS 5 News anchor Catherine Anaya urges graduating Cronkite students to be fearless and preserve their integrity as they step into an ever changing field Cronkite School Launches Doctoral Program May 11 2009 The Cronkite School is launching a doctoral program designed for professional journalists and communicators seeking to enter the world of scholarship and research It will be the only mass communication Ph D program in Arizona and one of the few in the western U S Business Journalism Association Moving to Cronkite School April 28 2009 The Society of American Business Editors and Writers is moving its national headquarters to the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism Cronkite School Partners on High School Convention April 20 2009 Thousands of aspiring young journalists and their teachers gather in downtown Phoenix for the Journalism Education Association and the National Scholastic Press Association convention the largest high school journalism conference in the country Cronkite Alumna Wins Pulitzer Prize for Explanatory Reporting April 20 2009 Julie Cart a 1980 journalism graduate of ASU and member of the Cronkite School Alumni Hall of Fame wins the Pulitzer Prize for Explanatory Reporting for a powerful Los Angeles Times series on fighting wildfires New York Times Story Features Cronkite School April 18 2009 The New York Times features the Cronkite School and its focus on innovation entrepreneurship and the digital future in a major story about journalism education Cronkite Students Win International RFK Award April 13 2009 A Cronkite student project on families divided by the U S Mexico border wins a prestigious Robert F Kennedy Journalism Award for college print journalism NBC News Anchor Brian Williams Next Cronkite Award Recipient April 6 2009 NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams will be this year s recipient of the Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Journalism News21 Fellows Attend Digital News Symposium at ASU April 4 2009 More than 60 journalism students and professors from 12 of the nation s top journalism programs gather ASU for an intensive digital media symposium part of the Carnegie Knight News21 initiative Cronkite School Launches New Media Academy April 3 2009 The Cronkite School is opening the Cronkite New Media Academy this summer in response to a growing demand for multimedia and Web training Participants will learn how to set up and maintain fully functional multimedia rich Web sites PBS Highlights New Spanish Language Newscast April 2 2009 Eight KAET features Cronkite NewsWatch en Espanol the school s new Spanish language newscast on the station s Horizonte program Apple Features Cronkite School in Video March 31 2009 The Cronkite School is featured in a new video by Apple highlighting the unique relationship between the journalism school and the technology giant Cronkite Students Dominate Regional SPJ Awards March 30 2009 For the ninth consecutive year Cronkite students dominate the Society of Professional Journalists regional student awards competition capturing 39 awards almost four times the number won by the second place school Editor Named New Director of Reynolds Business Journalism Center March 23 2009 Linda Austin editor and vice president of the Lexington Ky Herald Leader and former business editor of The Philadelphia Inquirer will be the new executive director of the Donald W Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism at ASU Grant Supports Ethics Professorship March 18 2009 A new grant from the Ethics and Excellence in Journalism Foundation supports a visiting professorship at the Cronkite School The Edith Kinney Gaylord Visiting Professor in Journalism Ethics honors pioneering newswoman Edith Kinney Gaylord Broadcast Students Second in Country March 12 2009 Cronkite students finish second in the nation in the broadcast news portion of the prestigious Hearst Journalism Awards program The school has placed in the top six in the broadcast competition every year for the past six years including three first place finishes Foreign Correspondent to Give Schatt Lecture March 10 2009 Babak Dehghanpisheh Newsweek s Baghdad bureau chief and a prize winning journalist who has extensively covered the Middle East is the featured speaker at the third annual Paul J Schatt Memorial Lecture at the Cronkite School March 23 Sunshine Week Panel Features Goddard Feb 27 2009 The Cronkite School marks Sunshine Week a national initiative encouraging dialogue about open government and freedom of information with a March 18 panel featuring Attorney General Terry Goddard and other leading voices from media government and public relations McGuire Discusses Journalism Future on KAET Feb 12 2009 Cronkite Professor Tim McGuire comments on new business models as journalism shifts from print to online during an interview on Eight KAET s HORIZON program Reynolds Study Links TV Economic News Feb 10 2009 A report commissioned by the Donald W Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism at the Cronkite School finds that more Americans get their economic news from television than daily newspapers the Internet and radio combined Cronkite Professor Subject of Poynter Interview Feb 8 2009 Rick Rodriguez the Cronkite School s Carnegie Professor of Journalism talks about teaching students to cover Latino issues in an interview with Gregory Favre of the Poynter Institute HORIZON Interviews Leonard Downie Jr Feb 4 2009 Ted Simons host of HORIZON on Eight KAET interviews the newest member of the Cronkite School faculty former Washington Post Executive Editor Leonard Downie Jr about his decision to join the Cronkite School and his new fiction book The Rules of the Game Cronkite School Showcases Speakers Movies Jan 26 2009 A Pulitzer Prize winning photojournalist two leading journalists from Newsweek the former editor of The Washington Post and local television news anchors are among the speakers who will be featured at the Cronkite School this spring Knight Chair IRE Honor Investigative Work Jan 22 2009 The Knight Chair in Journalism at the Cronkite School and Investigative Reporters and Editors Inc announce the winners of the 2009 Philip Meyer Journalism Award for investigative reports that use social science research methods Cronkite Professor Counts Inauguration Crowd Jan 21 2009 Stephen Doig professor and Knight Chair in Journalism at the Cronkite School is at the center of a debate over how large the crowds were at President Barack Obama s inauguration Doig used a GeoEye 1 image plus TV footage and photos from Flickr to come up with his count High Schools Join Stardust Program Jan 16 2009 Five Arizona high schools have been selected for the Stardust High School Journalism Program bringing to 10 the number of schools that are part of a unique initiative to create newsrooms in underserved Arizona high schools Cronkite First in Broadcast Features Jan 9 2009 A first place finish and two other top five performances propel the Cronkite School into first place in the Hearst Journalism Awards Program s national broadcast competition Washington Post Editor to Deliver ASU s Centennial Lecture Jan 1 2009 Leonard Downie Jr who led The Washington Post to 25 Pulitzer Prizes during his 17 years as executive editor will be the Flinn Foundation Centennial Lecturer this fall at ASU Downie will deliver the lecture and visit with students and professors KAET Airs Student Newscast Dec 21 2008 For the first time Cronkite NewsWatch the Cronkite School s award winning student newscast is airing on Eight KAET Arizona s public television station The show has a prime time slot on KAET digital Cox Cable Channel 88 and over the air on digital channel 8 3 Spanish Language Newscast Airs Dec 21 2008 A Spanish language version of Cronkite NewsWatch is now being aired on Univision s TeleFutura network in Phoenix NewsWatch Espanol is produced by top bilingual students in the Cronkite School Diamondbacks President Delivers Keynote Dec 19 2008 Arizona Diamondbacks President Derrick Hall delivers the keynote address for the Cronkite School s December 2008 convocation A total of 86 students were awarded degrees during the ceremony the first held in downtown Phoenix Student Wins National PSA Contest Dec 15 2008 Cronkite Junior Christie Roshau wins first place in a national public service announcement contest that spotlights the importance of free speech Washington Post Editor Joins Cronkite School Faculty Dec 8 2008 Leonard Downie Jr the longtime executive editor of The Washington Post who led his newspaper to more Pulitzer Prizes than any editor in American journalism history is joining the faculty of the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University Cronkite Students Place in Hearst Awards Dec 6 2008 Two Cronkite students are among the winners in the feature writing competition of the national Hearst Journalism Awards Program The wins put the Cronkite School in second place nationally after the first round of the prestigious writing competition HORIZON Interviews Cronkite Dean Nov 23 2008 Ted Simons host of HORIZON on Eight KAET interviews Cronkite Dean Christopher Callahan about the school s new building and new programs during a week long celebration marking the school s grand opening and the 25th anniversary of the Cronkite Award for Excellence in Journalism Lehrer and MacNeil Receive Cronkite Award Nov 21 2008 Jim Lehrer and Robert MacNeil the PBS news anchor duo receive the 25th annual Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Journalism Reynolds Foundation Gives ASU 5 34 Million for Business Journalism Nov 20 2008 The Donald W Reynolds Foundation announced two grants totaling 5 336 360 to make ASU a global hub of business journalism education by endowing a faculty chair and expanding the work of the Donald W Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism With the grant the Cronkite School will create the Donald W Reynolds Endowed Chair in Business Journalism and build a specialization in business and economics journalism Panelists Advocate Investigative Business Reporting Nov 20 2008 David Heath an investigative reporter at The Seattle Times and Brian Grow a senior writer at BusinessWeek the winners of the 2008 Barlett and Steele Awards for Investigative Business Journalism discuss their work as part of a business journalism panel during Cronkite Week Cronkite School Celebrates Opening Nov 20 2008 The Cronkite School celebrates the official grand opening of its new home in the hub of downtown Phoenix with local and state dignitaries lauding the building as the most technologically advanced journalism school in the country New Clifford Gallery Honors Journalism History Nov 19 2008 The Marguerite and Jack Clifford Gallery housing hundreds of artifacts that honor the career of Walter Cronkite and the history of journalism is now open at the Cronkite School Arizona Republic Spotlights School on Eve of Cronkite Week Nov 16 2008 The Arizona Republic highlights the past present and future of the Cronkite School on the eve of Cronkite Week an historic and unprecedented five day celebration Cronkite Students Win Emmy Honor Oct 31 2008 Three students in the Cronkite School are among the honorees in the Emmy Awards given by the Rocky Mountain Southwest Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences In all six students and one recent graduate were nominated for 2008 Emmy honors Cronkite School to Serve as Election Night Center Oct 27 2008 The new home of the Cronkite School will serve as an election night hub with top analysts providing commentary students and community members watching the returns in the First Amendment Forum and advanced students producing three hours of live TV election coverage Fox10 Features Cronkite School on Newsmaker Sunday Oct 26 2008 The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University was the focus of a recent Newsmaker Sunday the 30 minute public affairs show on Fox10 Cronkite Senior Named Top Ten Scholar Oct 23 2008 For the second year in a row a Cronkite senior is one of the Scripps Howard Foundation s top 10 journalism students in the country Deanna Dent of Tempe won a 10 000 scholarship for her academic and journalistic achievements Washington Post Editor Discusses Media s Future Oct 21 2008 Leonard Downie Jr former executive editor of the Washington Post talks about his career the future of the news business and what makes good journalism during a visit to ASU and the Cronkite School Craft Named Broadcast Educator of the Year Oct 10 2008 Professor John Craft the senior member of the Cronkite faculty is the winner of the first Jack Clifford Broadcast Educator of the Year Award given by the Arizona Broadcasters Association He will be honored Oct 16 at the association 19th Annual Hall of Fame Dinner Dedication of New Cronkite Home Set Sept 30 2008 The Cronkite School will host a week of special events Nov 17 21 celebrating the school s 25th anniversary and the dedication of its new building in downtown Phoenix Second Annual Barlett Steele Awards Announced Sept 30 2008 BusinessWeek magazine is first and The Seattle Times is runner up in the second annual Barlett Steele Awards for Investigative Business Journalism given by the Donald W Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism Republic Editor Named to Alumni Hall of Fame Sept 24 2008 The executive editor of The Arizona Republic Nicole Carroll is the newest member of the Cronkite Alumni Hall of Fame Carroll who graduated from the Cronkite School in 1991 was named to the Republic s No 2 newsroom position earlier this year At age 40 she is one of the youngest executive editors of a major metropolitan newspaper Art Adds Light Motion to Cronkite Building Sept 22 2008 A five story light sculpture is attracting attention at the new Cronkite School building in downtown Phoenix The artwork designed by Paul Deeb of Vox Arts Baltimore replaces what would be ordinary windows in the main stairwell on the south side of the building SABEW Conference Comes to Cronkite Sept 10 2008 The Society of American Business Editors and Writers announces that it will hold its 2010 annual conference at the Cronkite School s new facility in downtown Phoenix The SABEW a not for profit organization of business journalists promotes business journalism through education Students Top National Magazine Contest Sept 5 2008 For the second year in a row Cronkite students dominated the national AEJMC student magazine contest winning more awards than students from any other university in the country Cronkite Opens New Home in Downtown Phoenix Aug 24 2008 The new Phoenix home of the Cronkite School officially opens Monday a spectacular 21st century learning center designed to teach and inspire digital media innovation while capitalizing on a premier location in the heart of the nation s fifth largest city Donors Recognized in New Building Aug 24 2008 The Cronkite School has raised more than 2 6 million to help fund digital equipment and specialized student programs in the school s newly opened home on ASU s downtown Phoenix campus Cronkite School Hosts Daily Events in New Phoenix Home Aug 24 2008 The Cronkite School is hosting special programs every day for students and the general public during the inaugural semester of the school s new downtown Phoenix home Cronkite Names First Entrepreneur in Residence Aug 5 2008 Digital media innovator CJ Cornell is named Entrepreneur in Residence at the new Knight Center for Digital Media Entrepreneurship at the Cronkite School He will help students plan develop and launch new media products Digital Media Leader to Direct Carnegie Knight News21 Initiative Aug 1 2008 Digital media leader Jody Brannon is the new national director of a 12 university 7 5 million project funded by the Carnegie Corporation of New York and the John S and James L Knight Foundation to explore new ways to produce in depth multimedia journalism UNITY McCormick News Diversity Database Launched July 24 2008 A digital clearinghouse for news diversity research was unveiled at UNITY Journalists of Color Inc s national convention in Chicago The database contains more than 400 references related to diversity in journalism provided in an easily searchable online database Washington Press Corps Diversity Remains Low Study Finds July 24 2008 Only about 13 percent of the Washington daily newspaper press corps are journalists of color according to a study on diversity by UNITY Journalist of Color Inc and the Cronkite School Rodriguez Named Carnegie Professor at Cronkite July 22 2008 Rick Rodriguez the former executive editor at the Sacramento Bee who joined the Cronkite School faculty earlier this year is named the school s first Carnegie Professor specializing in Latino and transnational news coverage First

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  • The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication
    Touch Getting to the School Building Hours Cronkite Faculty on Twitter Cronkite Events All Events Featured Events Speaker Series Movie Night Sports in the Forum After Cronkite Global Conversations Past Events Discover Phoenix Cronkite Conversations This is a schedule of events sponsored by the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication For more information contact Megan Calcote at 602 496 7845 or megan calcote asu edu Must See Mondays Nov 13 2012 7 p m The Future of Network News Jeff Fager chairman CBS News Introduction by Christopher Callahan dean and university vice provost Special Tuesday presentation First Amendment Forum Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication 555 N Central Ave Phoenix AZ 85004 Cronkite Night at the Movies Nov 14 2012 7 p m In the Loop A satire on how British and U S government officials use the political spin cycle to build support for an unnecessary war in the Middle East 2009 Introduction by Marianne Barrett senior associate dean and Solheim Professor First Amendment Forum Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication 555 N Central Ave Phoenix AZ 85004 Must See Mondays Nov 19 2012 7 p m America Through My Immigrant Eyes Fernanda Santos Phoenix bureau chief The New York Times Introduction by Terry Greene Sterling independent journalist and Cronkite writer in residence First Amendment Forum Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication 555 N Central Ave Phoenix AZ 85004 Must See Mondays Nov 26 2012 7 p m The Truth O Meter the Obameter and the Promise of New Journalistic Forms Kristen DelGuzzi AZ Fact Check Alex Ferri Cronkite School Christina Leonard AZ Fact Check Introduction by Steve Elliott director of digital news Cronkite News Service This event is part of ASU Project Humanities First Amendment Forum Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication 555 N Central Ave Phoenix AZ 85004 Cronkite Night at the Movies Nov 28 2012 7 p m Student Showcase A collection of works by Cronkite students will be viewed Introduction by Mark Lodato assistant dean and news director First Amendment Forum Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication 555 N Central Ave Phoenix AZ 85004 Discover Phoenix Nov 28 2012 8 p m 10 p m Comedy Showcase Jill Bryan Check out comedy headliner Jill Bryan the brains and voice behind the weekly segment What a Mouth on the nationally syndicated Lu Valentino Show Stand Up Live 50 W Jefferson St 200 Publications Digital Media Internship Interview Day Nov 30 2012 1 30 p m 6 30 p m Cronkite Career Services hosts recruiters from local publications as they interview students for spring 2012 internships Open to Cronkite School students who have submitted an internship application and other required materials More information is available at http cronkite asu edu experience internship faq php A E England Building 424 N Central Ave Phoenix AZ 85004 Must See Mondays Dec 3 2012 7 p m Too Fast Too Furious Are the Speed and Vitriol of the

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  • Cronkite School Event Videos | The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication
    Gillmor digital media leader and director of the Knight Center for Digital Media Entrepreneurship and Retha Hill director of the New Media Innovation Lab inspired students to think like entrepreneurs The two talked about characteristics of startup culture entrepreneurial journalism and rapid concept to market development in the new media arena Watch the video Celebrating National Freedom of Speech Week Oct 17 2011 James Weinstein Amelia Lewis Professor of Constitutional Law at the Sandra Day O Connor College of Law and Joseph Russomanno associate professor at the Cronkite School spoke as part of the Cronkite School s celebration of Freedom of Speech week They were introduced by Cronkite Senior Associate Dean Marianne Barrett Watch the video Covering the World Oct 10 2011 Kim Barker a reporter for ProPublica and the author of The Taliban Shuffle spoke to students and others about being an international reporter She was introduced by G Pascal Zachary professor of practice and the author of four books including Married to Africa Watch the video Food Safety A News21 Investigation Oct 3 2011 Leonard Downie Jr Weil Family Professor of Journalism and former executive editor of The Washington Post moderated a discussion with students of the summer 2011 Carnegie Knight News21 national project based at the Cronkite School Students spoke about their project Food Safety A News21 Investigation parts of which ran in The Washington Post and on msnbc com Watch the video Investigating Power and the Future of Truth Sept 26 2011 Charles Lewis executive editor at the Investigative Reporting Workshop spoke to students about investigative journalism He was introduced by William K Marimow a two time Pulitzer winner and executive editor for Carnegie Knight News21 Watch the video From Apple to Google Reporting Inside the Internet Business Sept 19 2011 Steven Levy senior editor of Wired and author of Hackers spoke to students about covering big technology stories Andrew Leckey Donald W Reynolds Chair in Business Journalism talked about the Cronkite School s business journalism specialization that trains students to report on these beats Watch the video Ten Years Later Reflections on the 9 11 Attacks Sept 12 2011 Aaron Brown Walter Cronkite Professor of Journalism and former CNN anchor spoke about covering the 9 11 attacks as a new anchor to CNN Speaking to an audience of future storytellers he said You have to make people understand the individual nature of large events Watch the video Meet the Women of Arizona TV News Aug 29 2011 Catherine Anaya of CBS 5 Lin Sue Cooney of 12 News Carey Peña of KTVK 3 Katie Raml of ABC 15 and Linda Williams of Fox 10 talked about their careers as Arizona anchorwomen The conversation was moderated by Sue Green broadcast director for Cronkite News Service Watch the video Murdoch Journalism Ethics and the News Corp Scandal Aug 22 2011 Frank Russell Chair for the Business of Journalism Tim McGuire talked about the recent controversy surrounding Rupert Murdoch s News Corp and the impact it may have on the magnate s empire and the journalism industry McGuire was introduced by Cronkite Dean Christopher Callahan Watch the video The Role of University Produced Journalism in America s Digital News Future June 1 2011 Cronkite School Weil Family Professor of Journalism Leonard Downie Jr spoke at a reception celebrating the opening of the Cronkite News Service Washington bureau Welcome remarks were given by Cronkite Dean Christopher Callahan followed by special remarks by Professor Downie Watch the video Tortured Logic A Verbatim Critique of the George W Bush Presidency April 25 2011 Steve Doig the Cronkite School s Knight Chair in journalism interviews Joseph Russomanno associate professor at the Cronkite School Russomanno talked about his newest book Tortured Logic A Verbatim Critique of the George W Bush Presidency and his approach to researching and writing the work Watch the video Mediactive April 18 2011 Dan Gillmor director of the Knight Center for Digital Media Entrepreneurship and Kauffman Professor of Digital Media Entrepreneurship is internationally sought after as an expert on citizen media He spoke about his new book Mediactive and the unique methods by which he is making it available with a digital age audience in mind Watch the video Ethics and Diversity in the Digital Age April 11 2011 Caesar Andrews Edith Kinney Gaylord Visiting Professor in Journalism Ethics spoke about the ethical issues facing today s journalists He was introduced by Tim McGuire Frank Russell Chair for the Business of Journalism at the Cronkite School Watch the video ProPublica Investigative Journalism in a Non profit Newsroom April 4 2011 Paul Steiger is the editor in chief CEO and president of ProPublica a national nonprofit reporting organization He was interviewed by Leonard Downie Jr Weil Family Professor of Journalism at the Cronkite School and former executive editor of The Washington Post Watch the video The Big Picture Photojournalism March 28 2011 Kenny Irby is visual journalism group leader and diversity director for The Poynter Institute He talked about the state of modern photojournalism and creating innovation within the industry Associate Dean Kristin Gilger introduced Irby Watch the video Investigations that Win Pulitzers March 21 2011 David Boardman executive editor and senior vice president of The Seattle Times and seattletimes com spoke to students about the role of investigative and public service journalism Boardman was introduced by Dean Christopher Callahan Watch the video Communities in Crisis Ethical Considerations for Journalists March 7 2011 Held in the wake of the recent mass shooting in Tucson the program focused on how journalists can ethically cover communities facing crises such as riots natural disasters or acts of terrorism or violence Communities in Crisis Ethical Considerations for Journalists was held in partnership with the Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma a project of the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and the Society of Professional Journalists Valley of the Sun chapter Panelists included Victor Merina a Pulitzer Prize winning former investigative reporter for the Los Angeles Times who is now a senior correspondent and

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  • The Cronkite Journal | The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication
    Undergraduate Programs Undergraduate Programs Admissions Prospective Students Business Journalism Specialization Combined Bachelor s and Master s Latino Specialization Sports Journalism at Cronkite Meteorology Minor Sustainability Minor Minor in Public Service Public Policy Minor of Media Analysis Cronkite Student Life English Grammar Exams Scholarships Dean s List Graduate Programs Ph D Program Professional Master s Combined Bachelor s and Master s Business Journalism Specialization Latino Specialization Mayo Cronkite Fellowship Program Reaching Beyond Campus Reynolds Business Journalism Center Scripps Howard Entrepreneurship Institute Cronkite New Media Academy Paul J Schatt Memorial Lecture Philanthropy in Journalism Sessions McCormick Census Training Cronkite Global Initiatives Institute for High School Journalism Meredith Cronkite Fellowship Program Village Voice Digital Media Fellowships Diversity Projects Disability Journalism Center Media Partnerships Alumni Cronkite Nation LinkedIn Alumni Group Cronkite Alumni Alumni Hall of Fame The Cronkite Journal Giving to the School Cronkite Day Cronkite National Board of Advisors Cronkite Store Alumni Updates Giving to the School Giving to the School Donate Now Building Naming Opportunities Ways to Give The Cronkite Award Luncheon The Walter Cronkite Award Cronkite Endowment Board Contact Us Getting in Touch Getting to the School Building Hours Cronkite Faculty on Twitter The Cronkite Journal The Cronkite Journal is an

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  • Time-Lapse Video | The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication
    Legacy Faculty Staff Faculty Biographies Leadership Team Staff Associate Faculty Gaylord Visiting Professor Hearst Visiting Professionals Guest Lecturers Emeriti Faculty Cronkite Parents Community Cronkite Endowment Board Cronkite National Board of Advisors Undergraduate Programs Undergraduate Programs Admissions Prospective Students Business Journalism Specialization Combined Bachelor s and Master s Latino Specialization Sports Journalism at Cronkite Meteorology Minor Sustainability Minor Minor in Public Service Public Policy Minor of Media Analysis Cronkite Student Life English Grammar Exams Scholarships Dean s List Graduate Programs Ph D Program Professional Master s Combined Bachelor s and Master s Business Journalism Specialization Latino Specialization Mayo Cronkite Fellowship Program Reaching Beyond Campus Reynolds Business Journalism Center Scripps Howard Entrepreneurship Institute Cronkite New Media Academy Paul J Schatt Memorial Lecture Philanthropy in Journalism Sessions McCormick Census Training Cronkite Global Initiatives Institute for High School Journalism Meredith Cronkite Fellowship Program Village Voice Digital Media Fellowships Diversity Projects Disability Journalism Center Media Partnerships Alumni Cronkite Nation LinkedIn Alumni Group Cronkite Alumni Alumni Hall of Fame The Cronkite Journal Giving to the School Cronkite Day Cronkite National Board of Advisors Cronkite Store Alumni Updates Giving to the School Giving to the School Donate Now Building Naming Opportunities Ways to Give The Cronkite Award

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  • Downtown Phoenix Campus | The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication
    National Board of Advisors Cronkite Store Alumni Updates Giving to the School Giving to the School Donate Now Building Naming Opportunities Ways to Give The Cronkite Award Luncheon The Walter Cronkite Award Cronkite Endowment Board Contact Us Getting in Touch Getting to the School Building Hours Cronkite Faculty on Twitter Downtown Phoenix Campus New Home of the Cronkite School Aug 25 2008 was a historic day for the Cronkite School It was the first day of classes in the journalism school s new building in downtown Phoenix The state of the art journalism education complex in the heart of downtown Phoenix provides aspiring journalists and communication professionals unparalleled opportunities World Class Journalism Building Students study and practice journalism in one of the nation s most sophisticated journalism education facilities The Cronkite School has more than 100 000 square feet in a new multi use complex on the corner of Central Avenue and Taylor Street The design includes a large forum for public events five digital newsrooms two new media laboratories seven other computer labs two TV studios and control rooms dozens of digital editing bays a 150 seat auditorium four other fully mediated classrooms seven conference rooms and a Student Services Center with a reading room and interviewing rooms for internship and job prospects The LEED Silver certified building recently won an international architecture award Proximity to Major Market Media Organizations The school is closer to major metropolitan news operations newspaper TV radio and online than any journalism school in the country And that is critically important in a discipline in which high quality professional internships during college are essential for future success The university operated public television station KAET Channel 8 will be in the same complex Just blocks away are The Arizona Republic the nation s 10th largest daily newspaper azcentral com KPNX TV Channel 12 the region s NBC affiliate Fox10 KSAZ TV Fox Sports Net CBS Radio the Phoenix Business Journal and La Voz a leading Spanish language newspaper Other daily news operations are within a few miles Taylor Place Residence Hall Accessibility to Fieldwork The core of our journalism curriculum is rigorous fieldwork based assignments in which students report write produce and edit real stories Our new location provides students extraordinary opportunities to cover major events people and issues City Hall federal state and local courthouses and government agencies the Phoenix Bioscience Center cultural venues such as the Herberger Orpheum and Dodge theaters and sports arenas such as Chase Field home of the Arizona Diamondbacks and US Airways Center home of the Phoenix Suns are all within walking distance Liberal Arts Coursework All journalism courses are taught in the new building but the majority of students curriculum is outside of journalism in the liberal arts Those courses are easily accessible on the Downtown campus through University College Cronkite students can complete their entire course of study on the downtown campus But they can also easily enroll in specialty classes or take a second major on

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