Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute at New York University

BER News

 We are proud to announce that former Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker will deliver BER's first annual Marjorie Deane Lecture on April 23.

Our thanks go to the Dow Jones Foundation for its generosity in once again funding a fellowship for one of our students in the upcoming academic year 2014-2015. The Wall Street Journal Asia Fellowship at NYU is open to business journalists working in Asia. Go to the fellowship website for more information.

Summer 2013 Internships:  BER students have secured their internships for the summer of 2013. They will work full-time at:  The Wall Street Journal, Dow Jones Newswires, Reuters (Brussels bureau), CNN Money (2 students), Forbes magazine (3 students), Bloomberg News (New York), Bloomberg News (Detroit bureau), Barron's, Advertising Age, and Business Insider. Here is a select list of last summer's bylines .

BER student Anders Melin has won a 2013 scholarship from the Overseas Press Club.

Anders Melin

BER students Anders Melin and Jamie Lee have won 2013 scholarships from the Foreign Press Association.

BER student John Kapetaneas has won a 2013 Peter Agris Memorial Journalism Scholarship.

Congratulations to BER alumnus Andy Greenberg for the September 2012 publication of his book, This Machine Kills Secrets: How Wikileaks, Cypherpunks, and hacktivists Aim to Free the World's Information.. Andy is a staff writer for Forbes magazine.