25 February 2015

Regional health risk communication workshop teaches behavioural change

Health professionals from China and Afghanistan have completed a JMSC health risk communication workshop, the second such workshop held at the JMSC.
11 October 2013

JMSC Students Get Taste of War and Diplomacy

A veteran war reporter teaches an innovative course at the JMSC on what it's like to be a foreign correspondent.
24 August 2013

JMSC Professor Spends Summer Retracing 2001 Journey Across Afghanistan

JMSC professor Kevin Sites spent his summer the way he has spent much of his professional life – swimming with warlords, having his life threatened, nearly getting hit in a mortar attack, and stepping into the middle of […]
31 July 2013

JMSC Alum Joins JMSC Professor to Report on Afghanistan

“If I was with the Taliban now, and I saw you … I would kill you.” According to Abdul Matin Sarfraz (MJ, 2013), these words were spoken to him in July by a former fighter […]
19 June 2013

JMSC Alum Wins Prestigious International Radio Program Award

JMSC alumna Reenita Malhotra Hora has won the Gold Radio Trophy in the current affairs category at the New York Festivals’ International Radio Program Awards. Hora (MJ, 2012) won the prestigious award for her program, The […]
25 September 2012

Sept 28: Talk – Pulitzer Prize winning Afghan Photojournalist Massoud Hossaini

Pulitzer Prize winning photojournalist, Massoud Hossaini, will show his work and share his experience as a photojournalist in his native Afghanistan on Friday, September 28 at the University of Hong Kong. Massoud Hossaini is a […]
18 January 2011

MJ Alumnus – Three Months Reporting from Kabul

Bethany Matta, a Master of Journalism student at the JMSC who graduated in 2010, has spent the past three months freelancing in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan. Here is her update of how she’s been […]
25 October 2010

MJ Alumna Reports in Afghanistan

Bethany Matta (MJ 2010) has arrived in Kabul ready to work as a freelance reporter. She sent the report below to the JMSC to describe her first week in the capital of Afghanistan: “I arrived […]