Click here to download a PDF of our Marie Colvin Center for International Reporting Fact Sheet.
Is the Marie Colvin Distinguished Lecture Series free to attend?
Yes, the lecture series is free and open to the public, though tickets are required.
What is Journalism Without Walls?
The Journalism Without Walls program gives students the opportunity to develop international reporting skills by sending students with faculty on overseas reporting trips. Trips have included: Cuba 2016, China 2014, Istanbul 2014, Kenya 2013, China 2012, Cuba 2012, and Russia 2011.
Are there scholarships for journalism students?
Yes. The School of Journalism provides scholarship opportunities for both high school students and current students. Current students are eligible for the Michael S. Rosenbaum Memorial Scholarship, which honors an Emmy-winning CBS News Producer. The scholarship is awarded to an undergraduate or graduate journalism student who will be participating in the School of Journalism’s Journalism Without Walls program, which takes student journalists overseas to report, write and produce print and multimedia journalism.
Where can I get more information about my course of study?
If you have any specific questions, you can contact School of Journalism at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call the office at (631) 632-7403.