The 2014 showcase will be held on May 12 and 13, and master’s projects, class projects, and pieces developed at school-related events are all welcome. We are looking for a range of media: video, audio, text, photo and visualization. We want to have a little bit of everything, so don’t worry that your piece isn’t “innovative” enough: we’re ready to be convinced! Group and individual work is eligible, and students may submit as many pieces as they like.
Read more about our 2013 showcase below
On Saturday May 18th, 2013, from 12pm – 4pm, Columbia Journalism School hosted its second Innovation Showcase, a public open house designed to introduce the larger community to the original and innovative reporting and publishing work being done at the school.
Dozens of works across all forms of media were on view, and project creators were on hand to discuss their work.
For a preview of some of the pieces that were on view and some background on their development, please follow the links below. Each project is accompanied by a brief “How it’s made” video that describes the unique journalistic process which gave rise to the piece. To see the final projects and meet the creators in person, please join us on the 18th!
Africahist – Anjli Parrin, Yue Qiu
Aging Out – Lauren Betesh
China Town Migration – Yue Qiu, Wenxiong Zhang
City Seeks Bronx Residents’ Views on Greenways – Sonia Paul
DIY Biotic Video Games at a Lab Near You – Marni Usheroff
Dumbo: New York’s Growth Engine - Chenjie Ding
Know Where it Grows – The New York World
New Global Journalism - International Newsroom
Religio: Exploring Faith’s through Italy – Covering Religion
Sounding off on Stop and Frisk – Juanita Ceballos, Adam Perez, Sylia Obell
The Abigails – Lorena O’Neil, Annaliese Wiederspahn
The NRA Network – Katie Akagi, Jefferson Mok, Barrett Sheridan
The Road to Nimule – Shadi Bushra
Undocumented Students and the DREAM Act – Helga Salinas
Voices of Sandy – Juanita Ceballos
Pakistan Through A Foreign Lens- Sara Munir
Remembering Shrini - Ramaa Reddy Raghavan
Stringwire- Adam McCauley, Phil Groman
Zero Hour: the Covert Struggle for Control of Tripoli and the Future of Libya – Bill Wheeler and Ayman Oghanna
NewsBeast Labs – Data Journalism at Newsweek & The Daily Beast - Michael Keller