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Journalism grad Luhmann embarks on trip of a lifetime

July 3, 2013

In February, Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof selected UW–Madison journalism graduate student Erin Luhmann as the winner of this year's “Win a Trip with Nick Kristof” contest. Her application was picked from among 700 entries.

Who shapes the news? Conference explores future of independent journalism

March 19, 2013

Can journalists remain independent as the line between editorial and advertorial blurs, and as journalists write increasingly for corporations, academic centers and nonprofit agencies?

Lecture Will Discuss Social Media’s Influence on Multiple Sclerosis Treatment

November 7, 2011

With Facebook and other social media, patient groups in Canada pressed their government to authorize clinical trials for a radical new treatment that addresses an unproven theory of multiple sclerosis (MS).

Science writer in residence assesses science publishing

October 20, 2011

John Rennie is the fall, 2011 UW–Madison science writer in residence. He will be on campus the week of Oct. 23 and will give a public lecture on the "tumultuous state of science publishing" at 4 p.m. Oct. 26 at the Memorial Union.