Covering the Unspeakable: Trauma and Journalism in the Middle East
Conversation: Sexual Assault on Campus
Dart Centre Europe Weekend Retreat
Dart Conversation at ASJA: Interviewing Survivors with Humanity & Grace
The 2014 Pulitzer Prize in National Reporting has been awarded to Ochberg Fellow David Philipps for his coverage of the mistreatment of wounded combat veterans for the Colorado Springs Gazette. More »
Ochberg Fellow Mike Walter and his CCTV America team have won an award for their short documentary "Afterwar Photographer," which focuses on the work of Ochberg Fellow Lori Grinker. More »
The Dart Center hosted a delegation of broadcast journalists at Columbia Journalism School for a wide-ranging conversation on covering violence. More »
A recent piece in the Washingtonian by journalist Asra Q. Nomani, a colleague and close friend of Daniel Pearl, recounts her long journey to find out what happened to Pearl and to try to make peace with it. More »
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