NAJA announces 2021 Facebook Journalism Project Scholarship recipients

NAJA awards $50,000 in total scholarships to five Indigenous journalism students OKLAHOMA CITY — The Native American Journalists Association partnered with the Facebook Journalism Project to establish the NAJA Facebook Journalism Project Scholarship in 2018 to support quality journalism that strengthens and connects communities. For the 2021-2022 school year, NAJA will award five scholarships of … More NAJA announces 2021 Facebook Journalism Project Scholarship recipients

NBCU Academy offers ‘Graduation: What now?’ & financial success student workshops in April

NBCU Academy has set two student workshops for April. See more information below. Graduation: What now?Thursday, April 8th from 1pm-2pm ET Every Summer a new class of graduates is thrust into the world – having to make the nerve-wracking transition from academic life to professional life. The global pandemic has added a new wrinkle to … More NBCU Academy offers ‘Graduation: What now?’ & financial success student workshops in April

Haskell President rescinds directive that violated student press freedom

The leadership of Haskell Indian Nations University has rescinded an October order barring The Indian Leader editor Jared Nally from engaging in basic news gathering practices. NORMAN, Oklahoma — On Oct. 26, 2020, The Native American Journalists Association (NAJA) joined the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) and the Student Press Law Center (SPLC) … More Haskell President rescinds directive that violated student press freedom

NAJA calls on Haskell University to stop threatening student reporters, respect press freedom

The Native American Journalists Association calls on Haskell Indian Nations University president Ronald Graham to stop intimidating student journalists and respect press freedom. President Graham’s attempts to silence Jared Nally, the award-winning editor-in-chief at The Indian Leader, Haskell’s student newspaper, disrespects protected free speech and press freedom. NAJA demands Haskell officials take immediate action to … More NAJA calls on Haskell University to stop threatening student reporters, respect press freedom

Chronicle of Higher Education to host virtual reporting workshop Sept. 18

It’s a hectic time to be covering colleges. University presidents and administrators are feverishly designing plans to bring students back to their campuses — or install a respectable online-learning plan. Faculty members are assembling syllabi and course plans, not knowing what form their instruction will take week to week. And students are forced to navigate public-health … More Chronicle of Higher Education to host virtual reporting workshop Sept. 18