Chips Watch

Chips Watch: And a Pulitzer Goes To…

Spring is journalism awards season, and several Chipsters took home prizes including the Pulitzer. It’s all in the latest Chips Watch.
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Kerner Report at 50: Francisco Vara-Orta (Summer 2006) weighs in on media diversity

Chips Quinn alum and Education Week reporter Francisco Vara-Orta participated in a Newseum Institute program examining diversity in the media.
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Michelle Hedenskoog — The Wind Beneath Our Wings

Chips Quinn Scholars program director Karen Catone bids a fond farewell to Michelle Hedenskoog, an “unsung hero” who is retiring at the end of February after 17 years with the CQS program.
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Reflections: Honoring Michelle Hedenskoog as she steps down from the CQS program

Chips Quinn Scholars thank program coordinator Michelle Hedenskoog for her 17 years of invaluable service to the program.
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A wedding and a baby cap a year of professional changes

It’s time once again to check out the news from your fellow Chipsters: jobs, fellowships and awards – and a wedding and a baby. Read the latest Chips Watch.
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One baby, two weddings and many new jobs

Chipsters are on a roll with new jobs, challenges and outreach. It’s all in the latest Chips Watch.
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Chipsters accept new challenges, earn recognition

Keep up with Chipster comings and goings. It’s all in the latest Chips Watch.
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Chipsters earn promotions, land new jobs and stand out as leaders

Who’s reporting from Cuba? Been promoted by the AP? Honing leadership skills? Find out in the latest Chips Watch.
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Chipsters embrace new challenges

Who’s got a new job, new award, new family? Find out in the latest Chips Watch.
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Chipsters amass journalism awards

Fifteen Chipsters land new jobs or internships, seven win awards and one writes a book. It’s all in the latest Chips Watch.
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