Reynolds Center biz journalism interns named
The Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism named seven college students as business journalism interns at papers across the country on Tuesday.
Through this paid internship program each student will spend 10 weeks working full time in business journalism at a host publication during the summer of 2007.
“Internships are crucial to the future of journalism and an important part of our goal to improve the nation’s business coverage,” said Andrew Leckey, director of the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism. “In addition to our program, we would strongly urge newsrooms everywhere to continue and nurture their own internship programs.”
The interns, their universities and host publications are: Annalyn Censky, Arizona State University, The Business Journal, Phoenix; Joseph Galante, Fort Hays State University, The Philadelphia Inquirer; Ashley Harris, University of Houston, The Houston Chronicle; Rachel Hatzipanagos, University of Central Florida, The Oregonian; Darrell Hughes, Michigan State University, The Detroit Free Press; Sara Murray, University of Maryland, The Arizona Republic; and Angela Tablac, Northwestern University, The Miami Herald.
Interns were selected by each host publication in consultation with Reynolds Center staff. Censky and Murray will work split schedules with BusinessJournalism.org, the Web site of the Reynolds Center.
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