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RE : [GLOBAL-L] Fellowship winners for UC Berkeley Competition

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Bravo! to the winners and may those who did not win continue.

Mark Lee Hunter
Adjunct Professor and Senior Research Fellow, INSEAD
Docteur en Sciences de l'Information de l'UniversitÚ de Paris 2
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Objet : [GLOBAL-L] Fellowship winners for UC Berkeley Competition
 
*Winners in UC Berkeley Competition For Investigative Reporting Fellowships
Announced*

* *

From the Graduate School of Journalism | July 8, 2011



The Investigative Reporting Program of the Graduate School of Journalism
today announced its 2011-2012 Fellows in Investigative Reporting. This is
the fifth year of the fellowship program, which is unlike any other offered
by an academic institution in this country. The Fellows spend a year with a
salary, expenses and editorial support pursuing stories in depth and on
multiple platforms.



This year's recipients include Joe Mullin, an alum of the Journalism School,
who has worked as a legal reporter doing ongoing coverage of new
developments in patent law; Annie Murphy, a freelance reporter who has
covered South America extensively for NPR and other outlets; and Chanan
Tigay, an award winning print reporter with extensive experience covering
the Middle East and Israel.



Murphy, 29, of Bowdoin, Maine, is an independent journalist who works in
radio, print, and multimedia. Based in South America for the past six years,
she works as a regular contributor to NPR, and has investigated topics such
as copper mining in Chile's Atacama Desert, oil spills in the Peruvian
Amazon, and urban conflict in Rio de Janeiro. Her writing has appeared in *The
Atlantic, The Nation*, and *The Virginia Quarterly Review*. Murphy's work
has earned her fellowships from the Fulbright Program, Middlebury College's
Environmental Reporting Fellowship, and the International Reporting Project.
She has a B.A. in Anthropology from Smith College.



Mullin, 34 of Orange, California, who received his master of journalism
degree at Berkeley, is a reporter for *paidContent*, where he covers the
intersection of media, technology, and the law. Before that, he worked for *The
American Lawyer*, where he reported on copyright and patent law and
litigation. He's also written for *The Seattle Times* and *the Associated
Press*.  Mullin has a B.A. in History from U.C. Berkeley.



Chanan Tigay, 35, a freelance journalist based in San Francisco, has
contributed to publications including Newsweek, New York magazine, the Wall
Street Journal, McSweeney's, and The San Francisco Chronicle. He has covered
the Israeli-Palestinian conflict as a correspondent in the Jerusalem Bureau
of Agence France-Presse; 9-11 for United Press International; and the United
Nations and the U.S. Jewish community for the Jerusalem Report magazine. He
has taught in Stanford's Continuing Studies Program and its Graduate School
of Business. Tigay has an MFA in creative writing from Columbia University.



Based in the offices of the Investigative Reporting Program at Berkeley,
Murphy, Mullin and Tigay will begin work in September 2011.



The Investigative Reporting Program will also continue to provide support
in-residence to veteran investigative reporter and former Time magazine
bureau chief Tim McGirk, who has covered the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq,
the Israeli- Palestinian conflict and the hunt for al-Qaeda. McGirk will
work closely with the fellows assisting in guiding their reporting and
editing their work.



This year's fellowships are made possible by core grants from the Sandler
Foundation and the Hellman Foundation along with donations from Scott and
Jennifer Fearon, The Financial Times, Jerome Simon, Steve Silberstein and
Peter Wiley.



"With the support our donors we have been able to promote and support young
journalists who want to do in-depth stories in the public interest," said
Bergman. "All of our collaborators including *Frontline, The Center for
Investigative Reporting, *NPR, ProPublica and Reuters, major newspapers, and
now Mother Jones, have acknowledged the importance of the program and have
helped by acknowledging the value of their work."



*About the Investigative Reporting Program*

The Investigative Reporting Program at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of
Journalism, established permanently in 2006, builds on work begun in 1992 in
the seminars taught by Lowell Bergman, a Pulitzer Prize-winning
investigative reporter and documentarian.



Funded almost entirely by private grants and gifts, including a chair
endowed by the Reva and David Logan Foundation of Chicago, the IRP functions
both as a specialized graduate-level training program and as a non-profit
newsgathering operation, generating stories for major broadcast, print and
online outlets.



*For more details, contact:*

Investigative Reporting Program

UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism

2481 Hearst Avenue Berkeley, CA 94709

510-643-1386

www.investigativereportingprogram.com



*The Future*

*The Investigative Reporting Program is supported almost entirely by private
funds. We are currently seeking tax-deductible donations to help us meet our
growing operating costs including rent, and salaries and health benefits for
the program's growing team. You can support the next generation of
investigative reporters by sending donations payable to UC Regents with
"Investigative Reporting Program Gift" in the notes field to:*



Ms. Elizabeth Geno

Graduate School of Journalism, UC Berkeley

121 North Gate Hall

Berkeley, CA 94720-5860

(510) 642-3096




-- 
Brant Houston
Knight Chair of Investigative Reporting
Journalism Department, College of Media
University of Illinois
810 S. Wright St.
Urbana, IL 61801
217-333-7554

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