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Gangplank, the collaborate workplace founded in downtown Chandler, will open a popup workspace this summer at Arizona State University’s downtown Phoenix campus. Gangplank will operate the space from early June to mid-August within the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communications.
For years, the only thing high-profile about ASU's School of Journalism and Mass Communication was its namesake: Walter Cronkite. No longer.
MODERN FACILITY: Arizona State University shows off its new downtown Phoenix journalism facility, the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication.����
After months of discussion, Arizona State University officials on Wednesday chose Chris Callahan to be founding dean of the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication.
PHOENIX - Leonard Downie Jr., the former executive editor of The Washington Post, has accepted a teaching job at Arizona State University's journalism school.
TRENTON, N.J .- Just about every segment of the medical community is piling on the pharmaceutical industry these days, accusing drugmakers of deceiving the public, manipulating doctors and putting profits before patients.
PHOENIX - Phoenix has gotten a taste of downtown college life for the past two years. This year, they'll get the main course.
Phoenix and Arizona State University are moving ahead with a new proposal to locate the university’s school of journalism in a yet-to-bebuilt structure on the northern end of downtown.
Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication received a unanimous vote Sunday in Chicago recommending the school be awarded full accreditation.
April 4, 2005
December 27, 2004
Arizona State University’s journalism school is under fire from a team of accreditors for lack of leadership, failing to promote women and ignoring diversity issues in class and in the curriculum.
An award-winning investigative series written by ASU's Carnegie-Knight News21 is now available in e-book form.
Not only did Matt Culbertson win Arizona’s 2007 Al Neuharth Free Spirit Award, he was voted by the other high school journalism winners from across the nation as the most likely to replace Neuharth, the founder of USA Today.
With mainstream journalism organizations scrambling to stay relevant and profitable, the Goldwater Institute is taking on a role traditionally held by newspapers and local broadcast outlets.
December 21, 2004
May 18, 2005
A student from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University won first place in the feature writing competition of the national Hearst Journalism Awards Program.
A 14-year-old male student at Seton Catholic High School in Chandler was arrested Wednesday after staff reported he made entries in his journal indicating a desire to kill students at the school, police said.
Leonard Downie Jr. worked at The Washington Post for 44 years, the last 17 of those as executive editor, leading one of America's great newspapers to three Pulitzer Prizes for public service.
With a rapid decline of newspaper revenues and circulation, and broadcast media struggling as well, a lot of people predicting we are nearing the end of professional journalism as we know it today.