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Dec 20 2019

Geeta Anand named director of Berkeley Journalism’s Investigative Reporting Program

Geeta Anand, acting professor of reporting at the Graduate School of Journalism, has been named director of the School’s Investigative Reporting Program (IRP). Prof. Anand had been serving as interim director since July under Prof. David Barstow, who leads the IRP as the Reva and David Logan Distinguished Chair in Investigative Journalism. During her time…
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Dec 5 2019

Filmmaker Ashley Omoma named Marlon T. Riggs Fellow

We all have heroes who have inspired our careers––but most of us aren’t lucky enough to win a fellowship in their name. Ashley Omoma, second-year filmmaking graduate student and this year’s Marlon T. Riggs Fellow, managed to do just that. “It’s the best thing ever to be a black female filmmaker granted this award named…
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Nov 26 2019

November 2019 Dean’s Letter

  November 26, 2019 Dear friends of Berkeley Journalism, Briefly overshadowed by the now seasonal reminder of environmental vulnerability, when power outages prompted by the threat of widened wildfires forced campus to close, the fall brought renewed evidence of accomplishment among the School’s students, teachers and alumni. Berkeley Journalism led a state-wide collaboration of 30…
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Nov 12 2019

Apply Today! Earn Your Master’s Degree in Journalism at UC Berkeley

Applications are now available for the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism. Click here to learn more about the application process. The application deadline is December 2nd. Our 2-year Master of Journalism program hones your curiosity, creativity and fearless resolve into an effective force. Build a career founded in journalistic integrity and driven by cutting-edge…
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Nov 12 2019

FRONTLINE and Associated Press investigation on mass confinement of migrant children airs tonight

A FRONTLINE and Associated Press investigation on the mass confinement of migrant children, produced by FRONTLINE’s Daffodil Altan (’04) and Berkeley Journalism Prof. Andrés Cediel (’04), featuring AP investigative reporter Garance Burke (’04), will air tonight on PBS stations nationwide. The film exposes the traumatic stories of kids detained under President Trump’s immigration policies, and reveals…
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