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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 29, 2022

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Working with an advisory board of journalists, publishers and academics from throughout California, UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism will launch a $25 million state-funded fellowship program to fund reporting in underserved communities starting next year.
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Working with an advisory board of journalists, publishers and academics from throughout California, UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism will launch a $25 million state-funded fellowship program to fund reporting in underserved communities starting next year.
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At a Campus Conversations event Tuesday, campus faculty discussed creating a new wave of journalism through the diversification of students.
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At a Campus Conversations event Tuesday, campus faculty discussed creating a new wave of journalism through the diversification of students.
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Now more than ever, Asian American Pacific Islander college journalists should be empowered to center their community’s voices in their work. 
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Now more than ever, Asian American Pacific Islander college journalists should be empowered to center their community’s voices in their work. 
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In a decade when “fake news” has become a household term in the United States, reporters at The Daily Californian continue to hold integrity at the forefront of their reporting through their fact-checking process.
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In a decade when “fake news” has become a household term in the United States, reporters at The Daily Californian continue to hold integrity at the forefront of their reporting through their fact-checking process.
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After a national search, campus professor Geeta Anand was named dean of the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism on Wednesday, making her the first woman to serve in the role.
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After a national search, campus professor Geeta Anand was named dean of the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism on Wednesday, making her the first woman to serve in the role.
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In response to student criticism over the lack of diversity in the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, Academic Senate faculty members have established five working groups to make recommendations by July 15.
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In response to student criticism over the lack of diversity in the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, Academic Senate faculty members have established five working groups to make recommendations by July 15.
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Campus alumnus T. Christian Miller, who is also a lecturer at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism and former member of The Daily Californian, was awarded his second Pulitzer Prize on Sunday for his work on a ProPublica investigation.
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Campus alumnus T. Christian Miller, who is also a lecturer at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism and former member of The Daily Californian, was awarded his second Pulitzer Prize on Sunday for his work on a ProPublica investigation.
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UC Berkeley panelists discussed challenges researchers and journalists face when providing accurate information about a pandemic and helping the public to navigate COVID-19 in a Berkeley campus conversation event Wednesday.
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UC Berkeley panelists discussed challenges researchers and journalists face when providing accurate information about a pandemic and helping the public to navigate COVID-19 in a Berkeley campus conversation event Wednesday.
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The New York Times announced its partnership with the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism to collaborate on coverage of COVID-19's impact on all 58 California counties. The idea came about shortly after the Bay Area enacted a shelter-in-place order.
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The New York Times announced its partnership with the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism to collaborate on coverage of COVID-19's impact on all 58 California counties. The idea came about shortly after the Bay Area enacted a shelter-in-place order.
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Amidst President Donald Trump's travel ban with Europe, 24 students at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism have self-quarantined after possible exposure to COVID-19.
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Amidst President Donald Trump's travel ban with Europe, 24 students at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism have self-quarantined after possible exposure to COVID-19.
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