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Cheryl W. Thompson

Thompson Elected President of Premier Investigative Journalism Organization

August 08, 2018
SMPA associate professor Cheryl W. Thompson was elected president of Investigative Reporters & Editors, making history as the first African-American board president.
Nikki Usher

Women in Beltway Journalism Struggle to Be Heard on Twitter

June 29, 2018
A study by Professor Nikki Usher quantifies the challenges female D.C. journalists face on social media.
Silvio Waisbord

Silvio Waisbord Recognized as International Communication Association Fellow

June 22, 2018
The SMPA Associate Director joins the ranks of the most distinguished communication scholars as an ICA fellow.
Mosheh Oinounou

Hatchet-ing Up the Broadcast Ranks

June 21, 2018
Barely in the door for his first day at a Hill internship, the office was evacuated. This alumnus then grabbed a notebook and hit the streets to report the story of the century for his college newspaper.
Voters in Fairfax County Virginia

Inaugural GW Politics Poll Finds Voters Poised for Large Midterm Turnout, Opposed to Drastic Policy Actions by President Trump

June 13, 2018
The new poll finds Americans are overwhelmingly engaged in the upcoming 2018 congressional elections and opposed to a number of White House policy issues.
Charlie Cook, Amy Walters, Jeremy Marsh, David Wasserman

Serving up Election Analysis at The Cook Political Report

May 16, 2018
As a political news and election junkie, it was a dream come true to intern at The Cook Political Report this spring semester.
Janet Steele and Senator Bob Corker

SMPA Institute Presents Inaugural Award for Leadership in Public Diplomacy to Tennessee Senator

May 09, 2018
The Institute for Public Diplomacy and Global Communication recognizes Sen. Bob Corker for his leadership as chair of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.

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