Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication Activities

Student Life | Presentation

Visual Journalism: Capturing the Moment

ASU alumnus Jarrad Henderson, senior multimedia producer in USA Today’s investigations and enterprise video department, discusses the power of visual journalism. Also at this event, Interim Dean Kristin Gilger, will recognize the 2020 Crowder Memorial Photojournalism Award winner Brady Klain, Cronkite Class of 2020. Arizona Republic visual journalist and Cronkite faculty associate Michael Chow introduced this event.

Student Life | Presentation

Best Practices for your Online Portfolio

Having an online portfolio is an important tool to help you stand out to future employers and recruiters. But is your content well-organized and easy to find? Here are some tips and tricks to make your website shine.

Student Life | Presentation

Navigating Employee Contracts

Navigating your first job offer can be tricky. What does that contract really say? Here's what to know before you sign.

Student Life | Tour

Cronkite Building Tour

We invite you to experience a one-of-a-kind virtual Cronkite building tour and some words of inspiration from #CronkiteNation and beyond.

Business | Presentation

Pivotal Points in an Historic Election

Kristen Welker, chief White House correspondent, NBC News and co-anchor, "Weekend TODAY," became a star of the turbulent Election 2020 news cycle after hosting the final presidential candidate debate before Election Day, and she kept a keen eye on the transition of power as a White House correspondent leading up to Inauguration Day. Welker will discuss the pivotal points in covering this history-making Election 2020 in a conversation and Q&A moderated by Assistant Dean Melanie Asp Alvarez.

Culture/Language | Presentation

The 2020 Election: A Debrief on Diversity

Leaders of the Asian American Journalists Association, Native American Journalists Association, the National Association of Black Journalists, the National Association of Hispanic Journalists and NLGJA: The Association of LGBTQ Journalists gather for a discussion on diversity and its impact on the coverage and outcome of the 2020 Election.

Student Life | Presentation

Political Crossroads: Reporting on the White House

Peter Alexander, a "Weekend TODAY" co-host, discusses his experiences and insights reporting as a White House correspondent for NBC News in this history-making political season. Professor of Practice Brett Kurland moderates the conversation and Q&A.