Hybrid Journalism Project

Inspired by physician-reporter partnerships used by major news organizations, the Jandoli Institute will conduct Round II of its hybrid journalism project during the 2023-24 academic year.

During Round I in the Spring 2022 semester, professors from different disciplines at St. Bonaventure University partnered with journalism faculty from the university’s Jandoli School of Communication to develop and produce news stories.

Round II will be similar, but the leadership roles for the stories will shift from Jandoli School faculty to the professors participating from other disciplines.

Here are the stories produced during Round I and posted during the summer of 2002:

Hashtag History: Imaging the Future – Reinventing the Past
By Phillip G. Payne, Anne W. Lee and Hadley Thompson (Aug. 11, 2022)
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Should the unvaccinated receive treatment for COVID-19?
By Alex Gillham, Carole McNall and Adam Odolil (Aug. 3, 2022)
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What data can tell us about the state of health in Cattaraugus County
By Pauline Hoffmann and Xiao-Ning Zhang (July 27, 2022)
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Title IX has made a difference for women’s athletics, but the 50-year-old law still has a way to go
By Paula Scraba, Rachel Kimmel and Denny Wilkins (July 20, 2022)
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How has COVID changed expectations for students entering the workforce?
by John Stevens and David Kassnoff (July 13, 2022))
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Podcast: How hybrid journalism brings academic expertise to the masses (June 28, 2022)
An It’s All Journalism podcast featuring an interview with Jandoli Institute Executive Director Richard Lee in which he discusses the Hybrid Journalism Project, as well as other media topics

Press Release: Jandoli Institute Launches Hybrid Journalism Project (Feb. 9, 2022)

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