Institute News

Matthew Power Award winner will pursue a story about forgotten Black communities

Caleb Gayle is the seventh winner of the annual award. He will use the funding to pursue a story about hidden lives in the forgotten Black communities of middle America.

Statement on diversity and equity initiatives from NYU Journalism Institute leadership

The leadership team at the Journalism Institute wants to let you know about our initiatives to further support diversity, equity, and inclusion in our classrooms and throughout our program.

Award-winning undergraduate journalism professor Mayukh Sen explores the legacy of sexual identity in the food world

Read more on niemanstoryboard.org

Inside Lens – NewsDoc Student Film Series Airing on NYC Life

Airing next: Tic-Talk Time to Heal by Maria Florenica Smith on Friday, April 16th, 2021 at 11:30 p.m.

NYU Journalism offers new Diversity Reporting Grants and Conference Attendance Grants

Current NYU graduate and undergraduate students can apply to the two grants now.

NYU senior finishes in Top 20 of Hearst sports journalism contest

NYU journalism senior Mikaela Gegelys was tied for 15th place in this year's Hearst Awards Sports Writing competition

Adjunct Faculty Mike McIntire wins George Polk Award for Financial Reporting

Mike McIntire, along with Russ Buettner and Susanne Craig, won the Financial Reporting award for New York Times piece accessing and analyzing a trove of Donald Trump’s income tax information.

LitRep alum Carson Frame wins 2020 Edward R. Murrow Award for report on domestic violence on military bases

Carson won for "Months After Damning IG Report, Military Struggles To Curb Domestic Violence On Bases" on Texas Public Radio.

NYU Arts & Science Alumni Blog interviews GSAS alumna Prof. Yvonne Latty

Read on NYUAlumniBlog.com

Prof. Hilke Schellmann’s documentary The Devil’s Advocate airing on PBS

The Devil’s Advocate, directed, produced and shot by Prof. Hilke Schellmann and Habiba Nosheen is airing on over 50 PBS stations and streaming on PBS.org. The documentary follows three lawyers who defend accused terrorists and shows the price they pay trying to uphold the rule of law.

Prof. Jay Rosen was a guest on On The Media this week in a segment titled, “What The Press Have And Should Have Learned From The Trump Era.” Also included in the same discussion was Yamiche Alcindor, NYU alum and White House correspondent for PBS NewsHour.

Listen on wnycstudios.org

Second Hearst win in two years for NYU undergrad

Jing Feng took 2nd Place in annual Hearst Awards competition, her second win in two years.