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Sep 26 2012 | Center News
In our small lab at Stanford University, we’ve been prototyping new models of collaboration that bring journalists together with university researchers and scholars. We’re eager to share them because we hope that others will take them up, use them, and improve upon them.
On their morning commutes this winter, many BART riders will look up from their newspapers, iPads, Kindles, and smartphones to see the faces of farmers, rodeo riders, young smalltown boxers, and country poets staring back at them, thanks to an innovative public information campaign designed to connect urban Californians with their rural compatriots.
Dec 21 2011 | Journalism Fellows
Writer Jeremy Miller has used a media fellowship at the Center this year to dig deeper into a historical mystery: how could a highly respected explorer, cartographer and artist – known for pioneering modern techniques for representing topography on maps – have gotten his illustrations of the western landscape so hopelessly wrong?
Dec 3 2011 | Journalism Fellows
We are pleased to announce the launch of Reporting in Indigenous Communities— an exciting new online journalism education resource for journalists who cover indigenous communities in Canada, the United States, and around the world.
Dec 3 2011 | Center News
We are pleased to announce the launch of Reporting in Indigenous Communities— an exciting new online journalism education resource for journalists who cover indigenous communities in Canada, the United States, and around the world.
Gray wolves to be removed from endangered species list; U.S. and Mexico sign water agreement; Nevada votes for renewable energy; courts skeptical of Dakota Access Pipeline; Department of Homeland Security spends millions on Arizona border wall, and other environmental reads from around the West.
Learning to combat new megafires; New Mexico objects to a new federal license for nuclear fuel storage; small farmers are shortchanged by the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act; The Monterey Bay Aquarium works to bring deep-sea creatures up for display; and other environmental news from around the West.

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