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Report on Ground Zero

Elana Newman, Ph.D., a University of Tulsa associate professor of psychology, and Barbara Monseu, a Denver investment consultant who as a school district official had coordinated responses to students, families and staff following the April 1999 Columbine High School shooting, went to New York City for the Dart Center in December 2002. For more than six months they directed Dart Center Ground Zero (DCGZ). Their goal: To link journalists affected by the attacks to emotional, technical and physical support resources.These three articles review the achievements of that project, which was funded by a grant from the Dart Foundation. They are drawn from the project report, written by Monseu and Newman, and from interviews with Newman.

Reporting for Al-Jazeera

I guess I didn't know what else to do, so I became a journalist. I thought of all the potential choices in front of me and realised journalism was big enough for me to carve my own space, and make the best use of the skills I had.

Mumbai's Untold Stories

Obscured by headlines of threatened Westerners and "India's 9/11" are ordinary Indians, coping with the all-too-familiar aftermath of November's terrorist attacks.

Weathering the Trauma Storms: Developing Interviewing Techniques

Nearly every journalist in the course of their career will interview people who have experienced significant trauma. But how many receive any training for the task? This article describes how role-playing traumatic incidents might give student journalists valuable insight and hone crucial interviewing skills.