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Educate and train students to become accomplished professional journalists.
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Dean Steve Coll's book on #ExxonMobil gave insight to 4 FT Energy & Environment Fellows on #climatechange exposé in Los Angeles Times http://TKTK

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Alissa J. Rubin, Paris bureau chief for The New York Times who has spent much of her 35 year-long reporting career covering Iraq, Afghanistan and the Balkans, is the recipient of the 2015 John Chancellor Award. Here, she is with soldiers on patrol in Iraq in 2008. She will speak wtih Jill Abramson on November 19 at the J-school. Photo: Michael Kamber http://bit.ly/ChancellorAward
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The MA Program in Specialized Journalism is hosting a Twitter Chat this Friday, 10/2, at 1PM EST with Alexander Stille for a discussion of his latest story on Pope Francis for The New Yorker. We'll talk about how he navigated the Vatican, his best reporting strategies, and structuring longform narratives. If you have any questions you'd like to ask him, tweet them in advance to M.A. Columbia Journ and Alexander Stille, or just jump in Friday and we'll hash them out live! #cjsMAfaculty #cjsMAchat

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Columbia Global Reports, the university-funded publisher, aims to produce novella-length narratives, sprinkled with analysis, on underreported stories rooted in globalization. Nicholas Lemann, GR director and former Columbia Journalism School dean, says, “What we’re trying to do is publish something that we think you can’t find elsewhere, and that’s the way we think we’ve built a niche.”

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We're thrilled to announce this year's Hearst Digital Media Lecturer, Meredith Artley, editor in chief at CNN Digital and President of the Online News Association. Her first lecture, "What Happens When Television and the Internet Collide?" takes place Tuesday, Nov. 10. ”#CJSHearst #ONA15

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The 10th Anniversary festivities kick off next week in San Francisco! Join Dean Steve Coll and three alumni panelists, Moises Velazquez-Manoff '06 M.A., Frances Dinkelspiel '86 M.S., and Kristen V. Brown '12 M.A., for a discussion of knowledge, journalism, and the future of the J-School. RSVP required. #cjsMAstories

This is the 10th year of the M.A. Program in Specialized Journalism. We'll be sharing some of the excellent work of alumni here and gathering in person in select cities. #cjsMAstories

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The New York World reporter #cjs13 Jie Jenny Zou writes on padlocked jumpsuits for prison “exposers” for The Marshall Project.

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Tonight, the 2015 John B. Oakes Award for Distinguished Environmental Journalism will be received by San Jose Mercury News reporters Lisa M. Krieger and Paul Rogers for their coverage of the California drought. http://buff.ly/1JavK8q

Finalists include: #cjs12 MA Dan Egan at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel for his work, “A Watershed Moment: Great Lakes at a Crossroads.”

David Hasemyer and Lisa Song of InsideClimate News, Jim Morris of The Center for Public Integrity and #cjs07 Greg Gilderman of The Weather Channel for their work “Big Oil, Bad Air.”
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