Six student fellows from historically Black colleges and universities across the country will be part of the fall ‘23 class of the Open Campus HBCU Student Journalism Network.
August 1, 2023
Caroline Hendrie, the former executive director of the Education Writers Association, and Abigail Seldin, the chief executive officer of the Seldin/Haring-Smith Foundation, have been elected to the expanded 7-member board.
January 12, 2023
Through the paid reporting fellowship, these students will cover their campuses for regional and national audiences while exploring the trends affecting the entire sector.
December 15, 2022
With support from major foundations, paid student fellows will get professional training while covering the sector for regional and national audiences.
November 10, 2022
LaSharah Bunting, Amy Kovac-Ashley, and Arlene Notoro Morgan will help guide the organization into its next stage of growth.
February 3, 2022
With the AJP grant, Open Campus will add positions on the revenue team and in operations to support its growing local reporting network.
November 4, 2021
Naomi's been part of our Open Campus Local Network for the past year, covering higher education in Pittsburgh for PublicSource. In that role, she established a track record of elevating the experiences of people who have often been overlooked in coverage about college.
Charlotte has more than a decade of experience writing about education, housing, juvenile justice, and politics.
Nick is an experienced enterprise and investigative reporter with bylines in The New York Times, Baltimore Sun, Daily Beast, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, and USA Today, among others.
A long-time leader of high-performing revenue, fundraising, sales, and membership teams for news organizations, Maria will lead our efforts to grow and diversify our revenue.
September 7, 2021