Tag Archive | "WCIJ"

Polling expert Charles Franklin to deliver keynote at Wisconsin Watchdog Awards


Charles Franklin, a nationally recognized polling expert, will deliver the keynote address at the fourth annual Wisconsin Watchdog Awards.

UW-Madison students play major role as Center wins eight Milwaukee Press Club awards


The Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism received eight awards in the Milwaukee Press Club’s annual Awards for Excellence in Wisconsin Journalism, which were announced today. The Center now has won 25 awards from the press club, receiving eight in 2013, four in 2012 and five in 2011.

Seeking Distinguished Wisconsin Watchdog Award nominations


Nominations are being sought for the 2014 Distinguished Wisconsin Watchdog Award, presented annually to recognize an individual’s extraordinary contributions to open government or investigative journalism in Wisconsin.

A look at our high-impact journalism


Thanks to Center board member Karen Lincoln Michel for featuring us in her new blog, A Digital Native American: Views of a Ho-Chunk Journalist.

Reporting from Lambeau Field and beyond, video testimonials from far-flung former interns


Two accomplished young journalists, Jacob Kushner and Lukas Keapproth, talk about what their Center internships did for them.

Your voices: Testimonials about the Center


See all the latest updates on our Testimonials page, where new messages are added daily throughout December 2013.
“Wanted: A few kind words.”
With that email subject line, we reached out in December 2013 to journalists, journalism educators and the public, asking: “Would you be willing to write a sentence or so about the value of the [...]

Slaughterhouses across the country: A collaborative map


The Center helped Harvest Public Media map meat packers nationwide for a Harvest series, “In the Shadows of the Slaughterhouses.”

Evjue Foundation steps up with largest gift from a Wisconsin donor


The Evjue Foundation, the charitable arm of The Capital Times, has awarded the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism a major grant to support its award-winning investigative reporting and training of young journalists. The $20,000 gift is the largest single donation received from a Wisconsin donor since WCIJ began operating in 2009.

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