Journalism in a Polarized World: Insights of Former Jones Fellows. Video of Apr 10 panel discussion

Monday, April 10, 6:45 pm in Griffin 3

The Jeffrey Owen Jones ’66 Fellowship in Journalism* launched in 2009, is celebrating its 15th season this year. To celebrate the occasion, please come to a moderated conversation sponsored by the Williams Record and the Office of Fellowships.  Join alumni  who received the Jeffrey Owen Jones Fellowship in Journalism at their graduation in a moderated discussion about journalism today.  Some of our panelists:

  • Molly Hunter, Class of 2009, foreign correspondent, NBC News
  • Katie Palmer, Class of 2010, health technology correspondent at STAT News
  • Adam Century, Class of 2012, Apple News
  • Monica Torres, Class of 2013, Senior Reporter, HuffPost
  • Sophia Schmidt, Class of 2017, correspondent with WHYY, Philadelphia
  • Zoe Dutton, Class of 2019, researcher and writer
  • Carlos Cabrera Lomeli Class of 2020, community reporter with KQED, San Francisco
  • Sophia Jeongyoon Han, Class of 2021, New Hampshire Public Radio
  • Ella Marx, Class of 2024, Panel Moderator and Editor-in-Chief of the Williams Record

Recording of the April 10 event is here.


*The Jones Fellowship is a $15,000 award to a graduating senior exploring a career in journalism.