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A $300,000 fundraising drive, now under way, honors the legacy of alumnus and professor Marlon T. Riggs.
Beatrice Katcher, a second-year student at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, has been named a winner of the 2014 AP-Google Journalism and Technology Scholarship. Katcher is the third J-School student in three years to win the award.
J-School professor Lowell Bergman will deliver the keynote speech at IRE 2014, the country’s premier investigative reporting conference. Several J-School faculty members and alumni will serve as facilitators and panelists during the four-day event to be held in San Francisco.
The Washington Post
California town chagrined to be flash point on immigration issues by William Harless - class of 2013
San Francisco Chronicle
How deft bid-riggers harmed ex-owners of foreclosed homes by Stephen Hobbs - class of 2014
Under the direction of Constance Hale, this Cal conference brings together top editors and an audience of talented, veteran writers.
Winner of Online News Association's award for best individual student multimedia story on health disparities in Oakland neighborhoods.
Fearless, interactive documentary project on sexual harassment in India, successfully used the Kickstarter crowd funding platform to raise $5,575.
Univision-Fusion piece on Chile's neoconservative economic and political model, as outlined in the book, "El Otro Modelo."
For over 40 years Jschool Faculty member and Professor Ken Light has been focusing his camera and his eye on social issues facing America.