Congratulations to the Class of 2024!

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Campaign for Berkeley Journalism

Watch our Campaign for Berkeley Journalism video, featuring Professor Shereen Marisol Meraji, about efforts to raise $54.4 million for future journalists.

Pulitzer prize

Alumni honored in 2024 Pulitzer Prizes

Six alums were recognized with the most prestigious awards in journalism. Two IRP students contributed reporting.

Professor Jennifer Redfearn awarded Guggenheim Fellowship

Documentary Program Director Redfearn is one of four Berkeley Journalism professors to receive a Guggenheim.

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JoeBill Muñoz and Lucas Guilkey (’19) produce ‘The Strike’

The documentary, incubated in the Investigative Reporting Program, highlights historic uprising in a California supermax prison.

Jariel Arvin, with a neat beard and mustache, wearing a patterned shirt and small hoop earrings, smiles at the camera. They have medium skin tone and their hair is styled in braids tied up at the top. The background is filled with green foliage.

Featured Student

Jariel Arvin ('25)

Dean's Fellow highlighted in California Magazine story about importance of fellowships for journalism students.

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Featured Staff

Bernice Yeung

Managing Editor of the Investigative Reporting Program

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Featured Alum

Misha Kapany Schwarz ('24)

Gifted filmmaker named Marlon Riggs Fellow in Documentary Filmmaking.