Joseph Shapiro is a NPR News Investigations correspondent. He has worked at NPR since 2001, covering health, aging, disability and children and family issues on the Science Desk before moving to Investigations.
Before coming to NPR, Shapiro spent 19 years at U.S. News & World Report, writing about healthcare and medicine, aging and long-term care, disability and chronic illness, children and families, poverty, civil rights, and other social policy issues. He also served as the magazine's Rome bureau chief, White House correspondent and congressional reporter.
Recent Posts by Joseph Shapiro
- April 14, 2011 by Joseph Shapiro, Robert Benincasa, Susanne Reber, Kristen Lombardi, Kristin Jones, David Donald, Gordon Witkin
This series combined far-reaching investigative reporting with powerful personal stories to expose a pattern in which college students found responsible for sexual assaults face little punishment, while their victims receive little help. Originally aired on NPR in February and March, 2010.
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