Institute News

Prof. Suketu Mehta walks around Jackson Heights with Michael Kimmelman, architecture critic for the New York Times

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Laura Zéphirin, NewsDoc 2019, wins the BAFTA Student Film Awards Special Jury Prize

Laura Zéphirin is the first NewsDoc student to win the prestigious Special Jury Prize for her thesis film at the BAFTA Student Film Awards.

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Pete Hamill, 1935-2020

Hamill, a distinguished writer in residence at NYU Journalism since 2005, was known for his books and columns and love of the city.

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BER student Doyinsola Oladipo wins Reuters-NABJ scholarship

Doyin is one of three winners of the 2020-2021 Reuters-National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) scholarship

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Announcing New Website Launch for Undercover Reporting Database

Designed as a resource for scholars, student researchers and journalists, the database collects decades of high-impact, and sometimes controversial, undercover journalism going back almost two centuries.

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Prof. Pamela Newkirk discusses diversity on NPR’s “All Things Considered”

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Prof. Jason Samuels is the executive producer of BET news special “American Injustice: The Fight For Police Reform” airing tonight at 11pm

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Factually! podcast features Prof. Ted Conover discussing immersion journalism

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Professor Jason Samuels is a producer of the feature-length documentary “A Kid From Coney Island,” now available to stream on Netflix

The film is now available to stream on Netflix

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Article by Prof. Pamela Newkirk is Featured in TIME’s “America Must Change” Cover Story

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First Amendment Watch Releases “A Citizen’s Guide to Recording Police”

The guide was featured in Margaret Sullivan's column in The Washington Post.

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A Letter from Ted Conover

"We at NYU Journalism stand in solidarity with those who condemn the racist, senseless murders of African Americans and make their voices heard to forge a more equal world."

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