Tag: journalism

Global Partnerships Lead to Empathetic Storytelling in Lebanon and Nigeria

Journalist interviewing local

Access to Health, Northwestern’s interdisciplinary health and human rights project, links Medill journalists with local partners, shedding light on global health and human rights issues. This article was originally published by the Office of International Relations. October 17, 2018 By Mira Wang In 2017, Elijah Atinkpo and his entire community were forcefully and violently evicted from

From doctor to journalist, Feinberg alum discusses career in global health

What do malaria, global health and main street journalism have to do with one another? Dr. Claire Panosian Dunavan, a Feinberg alum, wove together her experience in these three fields Tuesday morning for the annual alumni lecture at Northwestern Memorial Hospital. Panosian had no medical expertise when she spent the summer of 1972 in Haiti.

Jonathan Katz accepts 2011 Medill Medal for Courage in Journalism

AP reporter Jonathan Katz was honored Thursday evening with the 2011 Medill Medal for Courage in Journalism for his heroic efforts in communicating news of the 2010 Haiti earthquake to the rest of the world. After an introduction by Medill’s Dean Levine and a short speech, Katz sat down with Medill’s Marcel Pacatte to talk