This article was first published by ASU Online which is running the Online Graduate Certificate Business Journalism Program in conjunction with the Reynolds Center and Arizona State University’s Cronkite School of Journalism. Business and the economy have been dominating the headlines and taking over water cooler talk for years. The Dow plummets. Mortgage rates increase. [...]
The Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism is a nonprofit organization funded by the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation and based at ASU's Cronkite School of Journalism. | More
The Pennsylvania State University will host a visiting business journalism professor in spring 2015 under an Arizona State University program funded by the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation.
At only 22-years-old, one recent Arizona State University graduate has already accomplished what most professionals take years to achieve. Lauren Kyger has won the 2013 George Polk Award in Journalism for business reporting for her first major investigative project while interning with the Center for Public Integrity. “I was honestly shocked. I was really, really [...]
Starting in August 2014, Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication will offer the first online graduate certificate in business journalism through its Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism. Below are answers to frequently asked questions about the certificate. To apply, visit bizjournalism.asu.edu.
To meet the growing demand for skilled business journalists, the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University is offering the first online graduate certificate in business journalism through the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism. Starting in August 2014, the Cronkite School will offer a five-course, 15-credit-hour certificate taught entirely online by experienced journalists. The graduate certificate, which can be completed within six months, is designed for journalists globally who seek expertise in business journalism. To apply, visit bizjournalism.asu.edu.
Students from Elon, Central Michigan and Texas Christian universities have won business journalism internships as part of the Reynolds Visiting Business Journalism Professors Program. The program, which has placed visiting professors in business journalism on nine campuses since 2012, permits students from those campuses to compete for internships.
Amy Wu wrote the Movers & Shakers column at The Deal LLC from 2006 to 2008. She spent 14 years in the newsroom and as a reporter at Time magazine, the San Francisco Chronicle and the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle before moving into academia and teaching journalism. She spent six of those years working in [...]
A former New York Times senior business correspondent and a former CNN Wall Street correspondent will be the Donald W. Reynolds Visiting Professors in Business Journalism for the spring semester at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University. Former Times airline and auto industry reporter Micheline Maynard and former [...]
After tireless months of mining through documents and compiling databases, the winners of the 2013 Barlett & Steele Awards picked up a few reporting and organization tricks along the way. Tampa Bay Times reporter Kris Hundley and the Center for Investigative Reporting’s Kendall Taggart won gold for their joint series “America’s Worst Charities.” For a [...]