Our 900+ alumni are freelancers, newsroom employees, public radio reporters, TV anchors, photographers, videographers, and just about every other kind of journalist out there. Their work appears in outlets large and small, all over North America and beyond. Here's just a tiny sampling of some of the work they've produced following our Institutes.
Recent Featured Alumni Stories
Read, hear and see some stand-out post-institute reporting from our alumni:
Big river, deep trouble: Can the Mighty Mississippi’s crisis be averted? - Leyland Cecco, The Globe and Mail
Unnatural wonder: A journey into the heart of a river forever changed by human hands - Brandon Loomis, Arizona Republic
Watching Over the Land in Canada's Great Bear Rainforest - Irina Zhorov, WHYY
First Nations Fight to Protect the Rare Spirit Bear from Hunters - Krista Langlois, National Geographic
The Ethanol Effect by David Biello and Aaron Martin, PBS
Saving America's Broken Prairie by David Unger, Undark
The Detective of Northern Oddities by Chris Solomon, Outside Magazine (supported by an IJNR Field Reporting Award)
Choking To Death in Detroit by Zoe Schlanger, Newsweek
The Enormous Threat to America's Last Grasslands, by Ryan Schuessler, The Washington Post
Will the Sage Grouse Win the West? by Jacques Leslie, The New Yorker
The Great Burning: How Wildfires are Threatening the West by Osha Gray Davidson, Rolling Stone
Rising Seas: Will the Outer Banks Survive? by Sara Peach, National Geographic
Fight to Save the Sage Grouse Finds Friends in All Corners of the West by Nathan Rott, NPR
On the Front Lines of Wisconsin's Big-Money Small-Town Iron Mine War by Lois Parshley, Vice
The Last, Best Refuge for North America's Bees by Lindsey Konkel, National Geographic
For additional stories, please see individual post-institute pages.
And you can find many dozens of archived stories here.