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Funded by the Google News Initiative, 22 news organizations to receive support

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Faculty will help prepare students in these expanding journalism roles

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He reported on the presidential campaign trail for NBC, made prizewinning documentaries for CNN and moderated "Washington Week" for PBS

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The reporters are recognized for exposing European Union shadow immigration system

Mary Dedinsky accepting Hall of Achievement award from Dean Charles Whitaker.

Scholarship will be awarded to a student this fall

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Ben Holden to teach undergrads and graduate students

Headshots of the seven Medill alumni who are being inducted into the Medill Hall of Achievement Class of 2022.

The honorees represent the highest levels of achievement among the school’s alumni

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The Scholastic Press Association of Chicago supports journalism educators in Chicago

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Students expand network, report and more through Medill Explores

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Elizabeth Shogren will lead graduate journalism specialization

Feldman Philanthropic Trust and Vega family help provide for enhanced student experiences

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Lan Nguyen Chaplin will serve in IMC department; Larry DeGaris will run Spiegel Research Center

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$2 million is available to help reporters working on stories for local and underrepresented communities

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Faculty will focus on employer engagement, student support

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Third annual award will support innovative work to address challenges facing media industry

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Medill survey finds Covid-19 taking a mental toll

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Changes Accelerating Since Social Justice Protests in 2020

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About 150 News Outlets Expected to Participate in Medill Subscriber Index in First Half of 2022

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The 10-week program prepares students to collaborate, address challenges and seek opportunities with real companies.

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$2 million will help reporters working on stories for local and underrepresented communities

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The full-tuition scholarship is from the Simmons Family Foundation

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Medill Investigative Programs give graduate students options to learn critical investigation skills

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Partnership with Knight Foundation fosters tremendous success for alumni programmer/journalists

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Journalism, marketing and diversity and inclusion experts to connect with Medill students

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Don Schultz Award honors longtime marketing leader, ‘father of IMC’

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Arviso is CEO of the Navajo Times Publishing Company, Inc., publisher of Navajo Times newspaper

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Marissa Martinez’s winning essay examines reporting unverified police accounts

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Award from Medill, NAHJ recognizes outstanding reporting on Hispanic and Latinx communities

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Fellowship supports underrepresented groups in addressing challenges facing media

Headshot photos of the seven Medill alumni who are being inducted into the Medill Hall of Achievement Class of 2021.

Fall celebration will welcome 2020 and 2021 honorees to Evanston

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VICE News and Isobel Yeung are recognized for their work covering bombings in Syria’s last rebel-controlled province.

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Inaugural position aims to advance equity and inclusion at Medill

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Petco chief marketing officer brings knowledge of global brand strategy, diversity and inclusion to Board

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Everspring to support Medill’s Master of Science in Integrated Marketing Communications Professional Program

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Alumni George R.R. Martin, Omar Jimenez and Andrea Valdez to share inspiration with 2021 graduates

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Story chronicles the first COVID-19 hot spot in the United States

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Margo Gordon died peacefully on April 1, 2021 in Seattle

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Guests Jeff Eisenband and Ashley Kang kick off series showcasing journalism

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The position will aid Medill’s Knight Lab in pushing journalism into new spaces

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Mulholland, who passed away March 9, is credited with revamping and revitalizing Medill’s broadcast program

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Nixon, a Detroit man convicted of a double murder, was ordered freed Thursday, Feb. 18

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School to turn 100 years old on Feb. 8, prepares to mark occasion with year of celebrations

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Second annual award will support innovative work to address challenges facing media industry

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The position supports Medill’s Local News Initiative, will provide new knowledge on the state of local news

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Undergraduate and graduate students benefit from new classification

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The Medill School of Journalism, Media, Integrated Marketing Communications and National Public Radio have partnered to release a national survey of nonvoters Tuesday (Dec. 15) that, despite record high turnout for the November presidential election, found that most nonvoters did not cite impediments to going to the polls but instead chose not to vote due to widespread feelings of political alienation and apathy.

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Four distinguished marketing and journalism leaders join the Medill Board of Advisers

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Two major news industry organizations, McClatchy and Mather Economics, have signed on to the new Medill Subscriber Engagement Index, a tool designed to give local news outlets more actionable intelligence on their readers than ever before.

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Tim Franklin to serve in first-of-its-kind chair as leader of school’s Local News Initiative

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Students use data to report on how COVID-19 has hit nursing homes

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The 10-week program pairs students with real companies, real business problems and real opportunities

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Award from Medill, NAHJ recognizes outstanding reporting on Hispanic and Latinx communities

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Medill High School Journalism Live gives students path to build skills, learn new techniques

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Journalism, marketing experts to join ranks of Medill’s researchers and educators

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Position charged with leading research on the relationship between customer engagement and purchase behavior

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Fellowship provides monetary, mentoring and career benefits

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Medill Investigative Lab specialization to be led by Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist

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Edmo recognized for her contributions to Native American journalism

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Gifts from alumna Linnea Phillip Ghilardi and Steve Armstrong recognize “the importance of great journalism to our ever-evolving democracy”

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Grant aims to lift up underrepresented and unheard voices

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Student essays explore integrity in photography and fact checking

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Endowed chair holder charged with leading journalism in digital age

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Ahmed is recognized for his investigation of gang murder across Latin America

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Medill to launch a comprehensive series of initiatives through Metro Media Lab

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Four students to take local public service journalism around the country

Headshot photos of the six Medill alumnae who are being inducted into the Medill Hall of Achievement Class of 2020: Northwestern, Northwestern University, Medill, Medill School, journalism, integrated marketing communications, IMC, Hall of Achievement, HOA, Jeanie Caggiano, Cindy Chupack, Mary Dedinsky, Helene Elliott, Maudlyne Ihejirika, Kary Mcllwain

Alumnae represent the highest levels of accomplishment in their fields and show power of a Medill degree

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Schultz had international reputation as ‘father of IMC’

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IMC Professional students can take classes online, in person or both

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The ProPublica writer’s story chronicled a long history of repossession of African American-owned property in North Carolina

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Databases track how the virus is affecting nursing homes and accuracy of information being shared

Jess Stevens, an environmental science teacher at Gary Comer College Prep High School in Chicago, drills into a deposited boulder in the valley of the Potanin Glacier in Mongolia. The rock chipping she gathers could hold the clue as to how fast the climate is warming.

Journalism students will focus on covering nuclear weapons, climate change and disruptive technologies

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Medill will host the Maynard 200 program at Northwestern's San Francisco campus

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Martin shared his career journey with Medill students on campus this fall

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Fellow’s innovative work will address challenges facing media industry

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

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Charlotte Tsou to share words of wisdom with integrated marketing communications master’s students

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Keynote speaker helps students understand the power of relationships in marketing

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

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Scholarship will provide monetary, mentoring and career benefits

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Tour highlights history and current campus activities relating to Native Americans

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Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist to lead the Lab

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Journalism, marketing experts to expand research, student experiences

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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

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Founder and CEO of digital marketing firm brings expertise to Medill IMC students

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

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Bearak honored for his reporting from sub-Saharan Africa

Carly Graf (MSJ19)

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

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

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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

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

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

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

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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

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

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

Medill IMC students see real world example of the link between data and creativity

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

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

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

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

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

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Consumers are inclined to believe what they see, not what they read, according to Medill and Performics' Intent Lab

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Foley Foundation advocates for safe return of Americans held hostage

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

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Johnson (MSJ04) was previously the news cooperative’s news director for the western United States

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Bentley (IMC99) will oversee all aspects of the company’s forthcoming direct-to-consumer streaming service

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Awards up to $35,000 to be given to top students admitted to master’s program

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Health policy correspondent for NPR and Medill alumna Alison Fitzgerald Kodjak (MSJ94) was elected the 112th president of the National Press Club on Dec. 7

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Graduate journalism program is one of eight Medill offers

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Course brings Medill expertise in sports media to people across the world

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Medill IMC’s ninth TalentQ Expo brings students, professionals together

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Medill alumnus Shivram Vaideeswaran will address graduates and their families at this year’s ceremony

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Second year of program allows 25 students to gain knowledge for their careers

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Graduate students present strategies for brands to increase in-store customer engagement

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Trust in social media may be at an all-time low, but it would be a mistake to count these platforms out

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Access to Health, Northwestern’s interdisciplinary health and human rights project, links Medill journalists with local partners, shedding light on global health and human rights issues

Dr. Kai-Fu Lee stands on stage and speaks to a crowd

Kai-Fu Lee provided expert opinion on the future of AI to Medill IMC students and faculty

Innovate, Integrate Motivate: talentQ Expo 2018; Nov. 15, Chicago

Event open to the public will be held on Thursday, Nov. 15 in Chicago

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Investigation conducted by 20 Northwestern students found new witness who cast doubt on the conviction

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Graduate journalism students at Medill studying social justice reporting worked on an investigation that found that women in prisons are disciplined at higher rates than men

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Conference gives students an insider’s perspective to help them hit the ground running in future careers

Medill IMC Graduation 2018 Live Stream

Ceremony will be held on Saturday, December 15 at 10 a.m.

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Students gain unique access to see how top companies lead the way in technology-driven marketplace

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Sara A. Nelson brings extensive administrative and management experience to the School

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AMA article by Medill IMC Associate Professor Ashlee Humphreys and Kellogg Professor Gregory Carpenter shows how companies can create value without disruptive innovation

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Medill students will work closely with BGA investigators on topics surrounding the intersection of government and the environment

Medill faculty members Jessica Hullman and Mi Hyun Lee

Jessica Hullman to teach computer science + journalism and Mi Hyun Lee to teach in integrated marketing communications

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Judge’s ruling to vacate murder conviction comes after key eyewitness found by Medill Justice Project testified that Andre Gonzales didn’t commit the crime

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Project will use Medill's journalism and marketing communications expertise to find new ways to bolster local news

Medill faculty member Steven Thrasher

Award-winning journalist Steven Thrasher selected as first Renberg Chair

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‘The Media and the 1968 Chicago Democratic Convention - Then and Now’ series will examine issues of objectivity and patriotism in a turbulent time

Medill alumna Natasha Alford

National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) honored Natasha S. Alford (MSJ14), deputy editor and digital host at

Utley (BSJ77, MSJ78) previously served as president of the company

American University Journalism Professor Dr. John C. Watson

Annual award co-curated with Medill recognizes outstanding efforts to make news coverage more accurately reflect diversity

Medill IMC Professor Emeritus-in-Service Don Schultz

Schultz has seen the program evolve from advertising to IMC like no one else

Medill alumni Mike Greenberg and Stacy Steponate Greenberg

New scholarship helps students in need access the best journalism training

Texas Tribune Co-Founder and CEO Evan Smith and Editor-in-Chief Emily Ramshaw pose for a photo at the Texas Tribune office

The Texas Tribune is changing the journalism landscape for the better

Medill graduate journalism student Juliette Rocheleau

Fellow to help engage public in important issues around conflict reporting

Medill alumna Jenny Gross

Gross, currently U.K. politics correspondent for The Wall Street Journal, will take classes in business, law and international affairs at Columbia University

2018 Medill Convocation Ceremonies

Undergraduate and graduate convocation ceremonies from June 23

Google News Lab's Steve Grove speaks on stage at Medill about local news

Grove’s comments were part of Medill’s Local News Summit in partnership with three newspapers

Medill IMC alumna Betsey Siska

Betsey Siska (IMC15) benefits from reputation of Medill and Northwestern

Medill student Nikki Baim

Nikki Baim’s essay discusses implications of journalist’s missteps in reporting on University of Arizona basketball “pay-for-play” scandal

Reuters journalists Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo

Award winners Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo were arrested while reconstructing the killings of Rohingya men

Medill student Lauren Velasco

Medill junior Lauren Velasco will join TODAY as a summer intern through the NBC News Group Summer Fellows Program

Student Lyndsey Armacost (BSJ18) gives an inside look at her month with NBC Winter Olympics, which served as her Journalism Residency experience

Medill alumna, adjunct lecturer and entrepreneur Mary Lou Song

Medill alumna discusses her journey to entrepreneurship, her MSJ course “The Business of Innovation,” and how the Media Innovation and Entrepreneurship specialization prepares students to be future media leaders

Mary Annette Pember

Pember is an independent journalist focusing on Native American issues

Medill undergraduate journalism student Will Greer

Annual award presented to student journalist who exemplifies Reed's spirit, ideals and dedication

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Students in Politics and National Security specialization participate in in-depth reporting project

Students pose for a photo at the AmDoc Film Festival

Students have opportunity to share films, receive feedback from professionals

Seth Freed Wessler

Writer of magazine article on U.S. Coast Guard detentions to visit Medill May 17

Headshot photos of the 2018 Medill Hall of Achievement inductees

Panel event on May 17 will feature six of the recipients

Students pose for a photo with the Deloitte sign in Santiago

Five-day course teaches students how innovation can happen in legacy, global organizations

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Conference looks at how technology can improve the consumer shopping experience

Clerihue now responsible for financial, executive, public policy, corporate responsibility and global communications

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University expertise to help develop new approaches to local news in U.S.

Colgate COO Justin Skala stands on stage and speaks to IMC students

Northwestern alumnus Justin Skala talks about ability to maintain strong brands worldwide

Sheinelle Jones and Rachel Nichols

Medill alumnae Sheinelle Jones and Rachel Nichols will address students at this year’s ceremonies

Medill alumni Danielle Elliott, Katie-Meelel Nodjimbadem, Gabriel Neely-Streit and Kalina Silverman

Alums have been selected to participate in this widely recognized and respected international exchange program on four different continents

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Julia Jacobs (BSJ18) will study in the interdisciplinary master's program at Peking University in China 

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Event highlights how IMC creates connections that benefit alums in the careers

Cecilia Vaisman

Award to recognize Latinx and Hispanic audio and video journalists

IMC alumnus David Schroder poses for a photo

David Schroeder (IMC17) now uses data-driven approach to help increase web traffic performance in job at CallRail

Journalism graduate students to gain real-world experience with market assessment, audience strategy and content distribution

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“Fake news” and misinformation may be to blame for consumers minimizing the importance of the internet as a source of credible information

Medill alumna Joie Chen

Chen will bring her experience from CBS News, CNN and Al Jazeera America to lead strategy and programs for Medill in D.C.

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“Best presentation” award recognizes their research on TV advertising using big data

Medill IMC alumnus Shivram Vaideeswaran stands in front of the Blaze Pizza logo

CMO of Blaze Pizza Shivram Vaideeswaran leads marketing for growing, nationwide brand

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Northwestern alums create a media platform with the goal of shifting the narrative about black people in Chicago

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Tyler Pager (BSJ17) will travel with Nicholas Kristof and write stories for The New York Times’ website

Three Medill IMC students pose for a photo in front of the Louvre Museum in Paris

Three IMC students studied for 15 weeks at Sciences Po and benefitted from seeing the world and people in a new way

A large group of students sit at a desk at Wimbledon in London

Global Brand Communication class allows students to visit marketing professionals, iconic brands

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Medill IMC students bring together industry leaders, new research for evening of learning

Three students stand together and hold a copy of the new edition of JIMC at the Medill Chicago launch event

Student led-publication, released Nov. 8, features articles from industry experts

A man talks on stage with two students

Event held at Medill Chicago gives students an inside look at marketing inside this iconic fast food company

Annual award honors outstanding public interest magazine journalism

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Brown will speak about her new book, "The Vanity Fair Diaries"

Three women and one man sit on stage during a panel discussion and smile at the crowd

Alumnae panel addresses leaks, tweets and attacks on the media

New faculty member will be one of the first hires under Northwestern’s CS+X initiative, which seeks the “transformational integration of computer science with other fields”

Dan Rice poses for a photo wearing a suit outside at West Point

IMC student Dan Rice connects American heroes with corporate leaders using military lessons

Students and faculty members pose for a group photo at the National Institutes of Health

Medill students get an insiders' look at the rapidly changing health care industry and how to cover it

Image of the Capital with thumbnail images of three Medill alumnae who are Washington bureau chiefs

The Medill alumnae will talk on Nov. 7 about covering Washington since Trump's election

Medill alumnus John Eligon of The New York Times interviewed Noah about race and identity

A promotion for the 2017 talentQ Expo, which will take place in downtown Chicago on Nov. 17

Expo on November 16 to feature keynote speaker Tom Doctoroff, senior partner at Prophet and Northwestern alumnus

Medill alumni Ryan Jacobs (BSJ11) and Nick Jackson (BSJ09)

Medill duo redesigns Pacific Standard for the readers

Medill Foley Medal Recipient Hannah Dreier

Correspondent Hannah Dreier, who was awarded the 2016 James Foley Medill Medal for Courage in Journalism for her reporting in Venezuela, will speak on Sept. 22.

Click above for links to watch the 2017 Medill graduate ceremonies live via webcast on Saturday, June 17

IMC Certificate Students win EFFIE Award

Ben Hwang, Zaayer Merchant and Isabel Ngan won top honors at the 2017 Collegiate EFFIE Awards for their IMC plan for corporate sponsor Pace Foods, a division of Campbell’s.

Medill alumni Kelly McEvers and Paul Cuadros

Two accomplished Medill alumni, Kelly McEvers and Paul Cuadros, will address graduates and their families at Medill’s convocation ceremonies on Saturday, June 17

2016 James Foley Medill Medal for Courage Awardee Hannah Dreier

Dreier awarded the medal for her coverage of the recurring turmoil in Venezuela

Medill Senior Rachelle Hampton

Rachelle Hampton (BSJ17) will receive the $4,000 prize for this annual competition that honors a Medill student’s analysis of propaganda or distortion of the truth in journalism

Cover Image for From Damascus to Chicago

Award-winning documentary From Damascus to Chicago will air on the June 26 season premiere of POV on PBS

FPA Scholarship Recipients Jingnan Huo and Shen Lu

Jingnan Huo received a first-place award of $10,000 and Shen Lu received a second-place award of $7,000

New research from Spiegel Research Center shows how paid and owned media affect brand success differently

Loren Ghiglione

A public celebration will take place on Thursday, May 25 at 4 p.m. in the McCormick Foundation Center

Tim Franklin

Tim Franklin to focus on partnerships across Medill's multiple sites

The Ida B. Wells Award is given to any individual who has increased the hiring, promotion and/or news coverage of underrepresented groups.

Three graduate students received $5,000 scholarships from the White House Correspondents’ Association

Shane Bauer of Mother Jones Magazine

Bauer and Mother Jones Editor Clara Jeffery (MSJ93) to speak about reporting “My Four Months as a Private Prison Guard” on Friday, May 19

Jonathan Addleton

Recipients to visit campus for panel discussion May 18

David F. Freedman

Freedman’s gift will support social justice reporting initiatives at Medill

Twenty IMC graduate students spent five weeks studying brand communication in a global context

Karen DeCrow, a graduate of Medill in 1959, was a trailblazer in the field of feminism

Since 2009, NABJ has awarded $470,196 in scholarships.

Medill students’ investigation into cyber security published by U.S. News and World Report

J.A. Adande will join the Medill School starting in September as director of the new sports journalism program and as a faculty member. While in this new role, Adande will continue to contribute to various ESPN platforms.

Marshall, a member of Medill’s Hall of Achievement, is the creator and producer of numerous television shows including “Happy Days,” “Laverne and Shirley,” “The Odd Couple” and “Mork and Mindy.”

Watch a live video of Martin's visit

Martin, who wrote the best-selling book series adapted into HBO's "Game of Thrones," will be awarded Medill's Hall of Achievement alumni award.

Snierson (BSJ93, MSJ94) shared stories from his long career as an entertainment writer.

Medill students engage with business, media, policy leaders in D.C.

The group of 24 students visited the National Institutes of Health, the UnitedHealth Group innovation center.

Smooch Reynolds

Smooch Reynolds of DHR International, the fifth largest executive search firm in the world, came to talk with IMC graduate students about her career, networking and optimizing opportunities.

Lecturer Ceci Rodgers collaborated with the executive director of the Society of American Business Editors and Writers to set up a student newsroom, giving Medill students an opportunity to showcase multimedia reporting skills and network with top professionals.

Medill graduate students will report on preparedness for the next global pandemic in the aftermath of the Ebola virus.

Investigation sheds new light on $2.3 billion U.S. mine clearance and victim assistance effort.

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Natasha Alford, Mariel Turner, Cortney Wills and  Todd Johnson.

How Black Medill alumni at theGrio tackled 2020

Summer/Fall 2020

For all journalists, 2020 was a wild ride. This especially rings true for journalists working at theGrio, a news outlet dedicated to covering and serving Black Americans. Several Medill alumni hold positions on theGrio’s leadership team, and in the chaos of 2020, they feel theGrio’s mission was as crucial as ever.

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