SOC Journo Update

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SOC Journo Update shares news and updates from the journalism division at American University's School of Communication.

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Lewis accepts $1 million for investigative journalists

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association donated $1 million to the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ), which professor Charles Lewis accepted on behalf of the ICIJ during the 75th Golden Globe Award Ceremony on Jan. 7.

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Rozen wins journalism scholarship

Journalism senior Courtney Rozen, editor-in-chief of The Eagle, won the Barbara L. Frye Scholarship on Jan. 8, awarded by the Capitol Press Club of Florida. She was one of 11 aspiring reporters to win the award.

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Pardilla covers the human impact of ending TPS for Salvadorans

Ambar Pardilla, a senior journalism student, developed a piece focusing on families in the D.C. area, which has 32,000 Temporary Protective Status holders from El Salvador, for professor Jane Hall's Advanced Reporting class as part of a final project. It was published by NBC4 Washington.

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Lumpkin selected to Black on Campus program

Lauren Lumpkin was recently selected to join Black on Campus, a student journalism program in partnership with the Anna Julia Cooper Center, out of a competitive pool of over 100 applications. Professor Sherri Williams is a co-director of the initiative.

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