Crisis Reporting

International journalist Daniel Grossman will visit Kent State to discuss his work reporting on climate change from around the world on Monday, March 19.

The School of Communication Studies and the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting will host the Spring 2018 Global Issues Forum with the panel discussion, “Advancing Understanding of Climate Change: The Role of Science and Global Communication.”   The lecture will begin at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, March 19 in the ballroom balcony in the Student Center.  The discussion is free and open to the public.   School of Communication Studies professor Paul Haridakis, Ph.D., will moderate the discussion with three panelists, which include: &nbsp...

Each year, the Kent State University School of Communication Studies partners with the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting to offer a fellowship to provide students the opportunity to travel internationally to report on overlooked stories. Students may earn up to $3,000 this year to cover travel and reporting expenses.   Any communication studies undergraduate or graduate student may apply for the fellowship. Applicants should choose an international topic that they are interested in and then the Pulitzer Center staff will help to refine the objective of the story. This op...

Partnering with Kent State University and the School of Communication Studies, the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting annually offers a Student Fellowship which provides students with an opportunity to travel internationally to cover under-reported stories. The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting awards a student a stipend up to $2,000 to help cover the costs of traveling internationally. Any undergraduate or graduate student may apply for the fellowship. This opportunity has the potential to satisfy an internship or practicum requirement. The application is completed online at http://p...