Cronkite School accepting applications for health reporting assistantships

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation is funding a new initiative at Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication to provide in-depth healthcare news coverage about underserved communities across the Southwest. As part of the degree program, the Cronkite School will offer two Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Graduate Assistantships to top graduate students to cover the full cost of tuition of a Master in Mass Communication. Additionally, Cronkite will offer six $10,000 scholarships to high-level graduate students with an affinity for health journalism.

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