- Two-unit course open to juniors and seniors
- One of the limited opportunities for students to get involved with MJP
- The only university class in the country where students investigate a potentially wrongful conviction and publish their findings
- Historically, students have uncovered information that has played a role in the release of prisoners and affected public policy decisions
- Learn the essentials of investigative reporting, including where to obtain public records, interviewing techniques and developing sources
- Ten seats available, by application only
- Applications are due Sunday, May 13 at 5 p.m.
For more information or questions, please contact Allisha Azlan or Rachel Fobar, associates at The Medill Justice Project, at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.medilljusticeproject.org. To access the application online, visit www.medilljusticeproject.org/apply.
APPLICATION FOR INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM COURSE
As a two-unit course, Investigative Journalism gives students hands-on experience surrounding the criminal justice system through investigation, research and reporting on potentially wrongful convictions.
The deadline for submitting applications is Sunday, May 13 at 5 p.m.Applicants will be notified of their application status prior to registration for fall quarter classes.
Additional information or clarification may be required upon request, so please provide an email address that you regularly check. We will respond by email to all students who apply.
Apply to the fall 2018 quarter Medill Justice Project investigative journalism class