Journalism Without Walls scholarship established
The friends and family of Emmy-winning CBS News Producer Michael Rosenbaum have established a memorial scholarship in support of the Marie Colvin Center.
About Marie Colvin
The Stony Brook University School of Journalism has launched a fundraising campaign to establish a center for international reporting in memory of acclaimed war correspondent Marie Colvin.
Journalism Without Walls
Stony Brook University’s School of Journalism sends students on foreign reporting trips in order to prepare them for the challenges of working in the field.
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JOURNALISM WITHOUT WALLS:
STUDENTS REPORT FROM ABROAD
In a time of historic changes in relations between the United States and Cuba, nine students and two professors traveled to Havana to report
Students and teachers travel to Beijing to report on ancient and modern medicine, the state of journalism there, and the empowerment of women in the country.
Students and teachers travel to the Rift Valley and report on how an ancient culture clings to tradition as modernity and Western aid groups push for change.
In June 2012, a group of seven students from Stony Brook University set out on a reportorial tour of China. They visited two areas: Baoding and Guizhou Province.
In January 2012, Stony Brook University journalism students took a trip to Havana, Cuba to explore recent changes in a country that remains off limits to most Americans, even as it slowly opens up to the rest of the world.
In the summer of 2011, Stony Brook University’s School of Journalism took students on a trip to St. Petersburg, Russia for an international reporting experience.