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John Harwood, NF ’90, named Nieman board chair

News November 28, 2012

John Harwood, chief Washington correspondent for CNBC and a political writer for The New York Times, has been tapped to lead the Nieman Foundation’s Advisory Board. A Nieman Fellow in the class of 1990, he has served on the board since 2006. Read more

Political journalists provide election insights at Harvard event

Talks October 2, 2012

The Nieman Foundation and Harvard’s Office of the Senior Vice Provost for Faculty Development and Diversity welcomed three leading political journalists to campus on Sept. 27 for “Press and the Race: A Presidential Election Roundtable,” an event designed for Harvard faculty members. Read more

Two Niemans recieve Dart fellowships

Nieman Notes September 7, 2012

Kevin Sites, NF '10, and Dianne Solis, NF '90 have been chosen as members of the 2012 class of Ochberg Fellows at the Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism. The Ochberg Fellowships were established in 1999 by the Dart Center for journalists seeking to deepen their coverage of violence, conflict and tragedy, ranging from street crime and family violence to natural disasters, war and genocide. Read more

Nieman Fellows honored in spring award season

Nieman Notes April 16, 2012

The work of a number of Nieman Fellows has been recognized recently with national journalism awards. Honored Niemans include Hui Siu Fun, NF ’11; Lisa Mullins, NF '10; David Jackson, NF ’09; James Causey, NF ’08; Ken Armstrong, NF ’01; and Melissa Ludtke, NF ’92. Read more

Headliner Awards honor several Nieman alumni

Nieman Notes March 30, 2011

Four Nieman alumni were among the many journalists recognized by the National Press Club's 2011 Headliner Awards: Kevin Cullen (NF ’03), James E. Causey (NF ’08), Stuart Watson (NF ’08), and John Harwood (NF ’90). The National Headliner Awards program is one of the oldest and largest annual contests recognizing journalistic merit in the communications industry. Read more

Editor Who Shaped Chicago Tribune Steps Down

Nieman Notes July 14, 2008

Ann Marie Lipinski, 30 summers after she arrived at the Chicago Tribune for what was supposed to be a three-month internship and seven years after becoming its first female editor, announced her resignation from the newspaper she called "the love of my life." Lipinski is a member of the Class of 1990. Read more

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