NYU graduate students win prestigious OPC Foundation awards
March 08, 2013
Tom Finn and Anders Melin, two graduate students at New York University, were recently awarded Overseas Press Club Foundation awards at the Foundation’s 2013 Annual Scholarship Luncheon held at the Yale Club in New York City. Two-time Pulitzer Prize winner, David Rohde of Reuters, was the keynote speaker.
How Drug Company Money Is Undermining Science
November 21, 2012
Professor Charles Seife and his students from the undergraduate investigative reporting course collaborated in tracing drug research money through publicly available databases. The results of their investigation are published in Seife's article in the Scientific American, "How Drug Company Money Is Undermining Science"
Professor Marcia Rock on NPR's Tell Me More
August 20, 2012
Professor Marcia Rock will be on the NPR program TELL ME MORE on Monday, August 20, discussing the issues facing women veterans based on her documentary that she co-produced with Patricia Lee Stotter, SERVICE: When Women Come Marching Home. She is joined by two veterans from the film, Alicia Thompson and BriGette McCoy.
NYU Launches History of Undercover Reporting Database
August 06, 2012
New York University has launched a database chronicling undercover journalism dating back to the 1800s. The archive, “Undercover Reporting,” includes an array of stories, ranging from the slave trade in 1850s to efforts to boycott Jewish-owned businesses in the U.S.