M.A. Thesis Published in The New Yorker
M.A. Politics #cjs15 Ben Taub's thesis on teens who join ISIS was published as the lead story in the June 1 issue of The New Yorker. Here, he writes about the genesis of his reporting interests and his J-school experience. Read more
Summer Investigative Reporting Course
Designed by Columbia’s Stabile Center for Investigative Journalism, this three-week institute is for reporters, editors and producers seeking a comprehensive approach to conceiving, researching and writing investigative stories. Read more
A recording of the Graduation Ceremony on May 20 is available. NPR's Nina Totenberg addressed the audience and received the Columbia Journalism Award, the school's highest honor. Read more
#cjs15 students have selected a Top 11 List of what they believe to be the most provocative experiments in the news media right now in Columbia Journalism Review. Read more
Nail Salon Industry Investigation
Following 14-months of reporting, The New York Times published #cjs08 Sarah Maslin Nir's investigation of corrupt nail salons. Here, she talks about how the story began and the response to the published reports. Read more
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