Truth. Accuracy. Fairness. Context.
The Center for Journalism Integrity & Excellence (CJIE) offers training, teaching and professional outreach to help young journalists learn how to navigate the world of investigative reporting. The center is co-directed by Peabody Prize-winning media veterans Carol Marin and Don Moseley, who work directly with students in their Advanced Reporting course to prepare them for successful, ethical careers in journalism.
For a journalism student who’s just starting their career, the CJIE provides a real insider’s look at the triumphs and challenges of working in the industry. Just a few benefits of being involved with the CJIE include:
- Gaining valuable journalism skills in the Advanced Reporting course
- Doing hands-on, relevant coursework—some of which appear on mainstream media outlets like WTTW Chicago
- Networking with industry professionals
- Going behind the scenes with Carol Marin and Don Moseley to gather facts for news stories
Lectures & Events
Each year, the CJIE hosts guest lectures, sponsors Freedom of Information Act programming and honors journalists and alumni with distinguished journalist awards.
Looking for some advice to kickstart your journalism career? Check out the center's podcast, “So You Want to Be a Reporter” to hear Carol Marin talk to DePaul alumni and seasoned reporters about the ins and outs of being a journalist.
Center for Journalism Integrity & Excellence
14 E. Jackson Blvd.
Chicago, IL 60604
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