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April 19, 2021

Five Duke students have been honored with the annual DeWitt Wallace Center awards for excellence in journalism.

February 8, 2021

Please join the DeWitt Wallace Center on Thursday, Feb. 11 at 5:30 p.m. for a discussion with Washington journalists who covered the turbulent events of the last month. Rachel Chason of the Washington Post (’17), Mark Mazzetti of the New York Times (’96) and Sam Feist of CNN (P’23) will have a conversation about the challenge of covering breaking news, politics in our polarized age and the rise of misinformation. Moderated by Bill Adair.

 

October 23, 2020

Congratulations to the Chronicle for being awarded the 2020 Online Pacemaker Award!

The Pacemaker Award, presented by the Associated Collegiate Press, is the most prestigious award in college journalism. Volume 115 of The Chronicle was announced as the winner at the (virtual) Fall National College Media Convention award ceremony on Wednesday, October 22, 2020. 

October 20, 2020

Join us on Wednesday, October 21st at 3:30 p.m. as professor Jeremy Bowers and his Washington Post colleague, Lenny Bronner, discuss the data behind their 2020 election coverage. You can view the Washington Post’s Election website here

 

October 16, 2020

Professors Jun Yang (computer science) and Bill Adair (journalism and public policy) will discuss their work in automated fact-checking on Tuesday, October 20th at 4:30 p.m..

September 9, 2020

Please join us in the DeWitt Wallace Center on Thursday, September 10th at 12:30 p.m. ET for a virtual event with Duke Alum and staff writer at The New Republic, Nick Martin ‘16. Nick will discuss his beat and the general public's understanding of Tribal Sovereignty. 

You can click here to register!

 

 

September 4, 2020

A podcast devoted to exploring the tech industry, the products and policy decisions that shape it, and its impact on our everyday lives.

Duke Science & Society

September 4, 2020

The Duke Initiative for Science & Society (“Science & Society”) fosters research, education, communication, democratic deliberation, and policy engagement on the ethical progress of science and technology in society. Science & Society takes an interdisciplinary approach, with a focus on applied ethics and policy, to advance the responsible use of science and technology for humanity.

September 1, 2020

The Duke Black Alumni (DBA) LinkedIn group is a new professional multicultural community connect