CINCINNATI – The Scripps Howard Foundation is continuing its commitment to emerging investigative journalists through its newest class of Roy W. Howard fellows. Four investigative journalists were selected to participate in the yearlong fellowship. They will work closely with reporters and editorial leaders in their assigned newsrooms.
Povich Center, CDCE, Washington Post Poll Finds Most Americans Oppose Allowing Transgender Women to Play Competitive Women’s Sports
COLLEGE PARK -- The latest poll conducted by the University of Maryland’s Shirley Povich Center for Sports Journalism, The Washington Post and the UMD Center for Democracy and Civic Engagement revealed that most Americans oppose allowing transgender female athletes to play sports against other girls and women at the professional, college and high school l
Here are the bios for the terrific group of 14 Howard Center for Investigative Journalism fellows at the University of Maryland's Philip Merrill College of Journalism. Our existing fellows — Marianeli De Leon, Emmett Gartner, Destiny Herbers, Victoria Ifatusin, Tatyana Monnay, Greg Morton and Eve Sampson — are joined by Torrence Banks, Fatema Hosseini, Stephen Neukam, Stephanie Quinn, Sarah Siock and Abby Wallace.