Thursday, May 24th, 2018

14 Journalists Chosen for 2012 IJJ Immigration in the Heartland Fellowship

IJJ / UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA’S GAYLORD COLLEGE
Feb. 28, 2012

With
immigration policy front and center in this year’s political campaigns,
14 journalists have been selected to take part in a fellowship program
that challenges reporters to go beyond familiar sound bites and cover
the complexities of immigration with depth and context.

The
2012 Immigration in the Heartland program is being conducted by the
Institute for Justice and Journalism in partnership with the University
of Oklahoma’s Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication and
its Institute for Research and Training. It is funded by a grant from
the Ethics and Excellence in Journalism Foundation.

An
April 20-25 conference