• Ilana Ozernoy has spent the last decade working as a print, radio and online journalist. She worked as a staff foreign correspondent for U.S. News & World Report, a staff writer for The Atlantic, and as a radio correspondent for Marketplace (Public Radio International).

    Ilana Ozernoy

    Ilana Ozernoy has spent the last decade working as a print, radio and online journalist. She worked as a staff foreign correspondent for U.S. News & World Report, a staff writer for The Atlantic, and as a radio correspondent for Marketplace (Public Radio International).

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  • Barbara Selvin became the first full-time professor in the School of Journalism in January 2007, following seven years as an adjunct in the university’s journalism minor program. She has also taught journalism at Queens College and Hofstra University.

    Barbara Selvin

    Barbara Selvin became the first full-time professor in the School of Journalism in January 2007, following seven years as an adjunct in the university’s journalism minor program. She has also taught journalism at Queens College and Hofstra University.

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  • Frederic Courbet started his career by producing and shooting commercial stills in Europe. In 2005 he moved to Kenya to work as a free-lance photographer based in East Africa.

    Frédéric Courbet

    Frederic Courbet started his career by producing and shooting commercial stills in Europe. In 2005 he moved to Kenya to work as a free-lance photographer based in East Africa.

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  • John travelled across America, from his home in Honolulu, Hawaii, on his journey towards becoming a broadcast journalist.

    John Ablan

    John travelled across America, from his home in Honolulu, Hawaii, on his journey towards becoming a broadcast journalist.

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  • The flight from JFK to Lodwar, Kenya was a 32-hour test of endurance for this first-time flier – but she survived.

    Rebecca Anzel

    The flight from JFK to Lodwar, Kenya was a 32-hour test of endurance for this first-time flier – but she survived.

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  • Nicole’s passion for international affairs drove her towards this exciting journalism expedition in the remote region of Turkana, Kenya.

    Nicole Bansen

    Nicole’s passion for international affairs drove her towards this exciting journalism expedition in the remote region of Turkana, Kenya.

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  • Lindsey went to Kenya for an adventure that combined her love for journalism and traveling.

    Lindsey Campbell

    Lindsey went to Kenya for an adventure that combined her love for journalism and traveling.

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  • Deanna wanted to be part of Journalism Without Walls: Kenya from the moment she heard about the trip.

    Deanna Del Ciello

    Deanna wanted to be part of Journalism Without Walls: Kenya from the moment she heard about the trip.

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  • Chelsea, who is minoring in international studies with focus on Africana studies, chose to participate in this “Journalism Without Walls” trip because she felt that it would be the perfect opportunity to utilize her two areas of study.

    Chelsea Katz

    Chelsea, who is minoring in international studies with focus on Africana studies, chose to participate in this “Journalism Without Walls” trip because she felt that it would be the perfect opportunity to utilize her two areas of study.

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  • Dipti’s drive to pursue health, science and technology reporting stemmed from her job as a professional journalist in India, where she worked for two years as a news anchor and reporter.

    Dipti Kumar

    Dipti’s drive to pursue health, science and technology reporting stemmed from her job as a professional journalist in India, where she worked for two years as a news anchor and reporter.

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