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Students working at The Garage

Fellow’s innovative work will address challenges facing media industry

Statement from Medill Dean Charles Whitaker

Whitaker shares statement on The Daily Northwestern's coverage of campus events

Headshot photos of Medill alumni who are travel writers

Four writers share their careers and how they follow their passions

Google headquarters

The award is for the development of a tool to measure subscriber engagement

Medill alumnus Katanga Johnson poses for a photo

Scholarship will provide monetary, mentoring and career benefits

Funds created for students to participate in Cherubs and global experiences

A slide from the Indigenous Tour of Northwestern featuring The Treaties of Chicago

Tour highlights history and current campus activities relating to Native Americans

Medill Investigative Lab logo

Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist to lead the Lab

Headshots of new Medill faculty members

Journalism, marketing experts to expand research, student experiences

Students, faculty and employees pose for a photo at Civic Exchange

New name--Media Innovation and Content Strategy--reflects students’ interests and career aspirations

Mark Trahant

Mark Trahant (Shoshone-Bannock) is editor of Indian Country Today

Cover photos and images from various student work

Experiences and skills from Medill help students find, create published works

Headshot photo of Max Bearak

Bearak honored for his reporting from sub-Saharan Africa

Carly Graf (MSJ19)

Graduate student Carly Graf will cover Palestinian agriculture from the West Bank

Headshot photo of Irene Chang

Irene Chang’s winning essay discusses importance of factual, quality content in an era of fake news

Headshot photo of Charles Whitaker

Former Ebony editor, longtime Medill educator had served as interim dean

Medill student Ella Brockway (BSJ21)

Brockway (BSJ21) named winner of the 2019 William R. Reed Memorial Award

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Mark of Excellence awards honor collegiate journalism

2019 Convocation Ceremonies Livestream

Undergraduate and graduate convocation ceremonies are on June 22

Peter Alexander and Melissa Bell headshots

Alumni Peter Alexander and Melissa Bell will address graduates and their families

Cover image that says "Medill Statement"

Whitaker shares statement on release of Reuters journalists Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo

Jessica Hullman headshot

Esteemed fellowship provides substantial funding to continue Hullman’s research in journalism and computer science

Six Medill students and alumni pose for a photo at the AmDocs Film Festival

Program offers connection to industry leaders, creates awareness about societal issues

Headshot photos of the five 2019 inductees into the Medill Hall of Achievement

Inductees have shaped journalism, public relations, marketing

Headshot photo of Hannah Dreier

The ProPublica writer’s series investigated the government’s botched crackdown on the international crime gang MS-13

Medill alumnus David Barstow headshot

New York Times writer David Barstow first to be honored four times in reporting categories

Headshot photo of Medill junior Elissa Gray

Elissa Gray received premier graduate scholarship for aspiring public service leaders in the U.S.

Headshot photo of Debbie Cenziper

Veteran journalist to teach classes in investigative reporting and help direct Medill Justice Project

A professor poses for a photo with four students

Society for News Design honors Curtis’ teaching, work in journalism

Alexis Wainwright poses for a photo in front of video equipment

Alexis Wainwright relied on lessons she learned at Medill to guide her through coverage of the Pittsburgh shooting

A group of women pose for a photo

Alumnae encourage attendees to find a network of people who support and challenge them in their careers

A woman stands far back from a city and adjusts a camera to take a photo of the skyline

Foley Foundation advocates for safe return of Americans held hostage

Medill alumna Jeanie Caggiano headshot

Caggiano (MSJ83) named a 2019 "Working Mother of the Year" and will be honored in New York in February

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