Upcoming Events

Event | October 29, 2024

Reporting on immigration involves complex ethical issues – about protecting the privacy and safety of one’s sources, reporting across language and cultural divides, addressing the power gulf between reporters and their subjects, and considering legal risks to immigrants and their families, among others. Join us Oct. 29 for a Lunch & Learn session led by Mazin Sidahmed, co-executive director at Documented, an independent, non-profit newsroom dedicated to reporting with and for immigrant communities in New York City.

Event | September 24, 2024

Jon LaPook, M.D., chief medical correspondent for CBS News, will be the featured speaker at an Ethics & Journalism Initiative "Lunch & Learn" session on Tuesday, Sept. 24.

Event | September 10, 2024

We invite you to save the date for this special Ethics & Journalism Initiative event with leading political journalists and commentators as we explore the ethical considerations of election coverage, as well as what’s working and what’s not.

Past Events

Event | April 8, 2024

Zach Seward, editorial director of AI Initiatives at The New York Times, joined journalists and students for an Ethics & Journalism "Lunch & Learn" session to discuss how news organizations are "using AI in both supremely dumb and incredibly smart ways -- and lessons we can draw from both types of examples that illuminate the most ethical and effective applications for journalism." This event occurred on April 8, and you may read a recap and view the slides.

Event | November 29, 2023

Leading thinkers and journalists sparked lively discussion in two panels about political reporting and artificial intelligence at the launch event of the Ethics and Journalism Initiative. The event occurred on Nov. 29, 2023. You may read a recap or view a video of the entire conversation.

Event | November 1, 2023

Marty Baron, former executive editor of The Washington Post and author of “Collision of Power: Trump, Bezos and The Washington Post” discussed challenges covering politics in an age of disinformation and distrust. This event occurred on Nov. 1, 2023. You may read a recap or view a video of the entire conversation.