CMI announces fellowship winner

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CMI announces fellowship winner

Erica Hensley of Mississippi Today, the inaugural winner of the $20,000 Doris O’Donnell Innovations in Investigative Journalism Fellowship, spoke via video chat to those in attendance at a news conference in the Center for Media Innovation on Tuesday, Sept. 10. Hensley was one of six finalists in the fellowship’s first year, and she will be working with the university throughout the duration of her project.

Erica Hensley of Mississippi Today, the inaugural winner of the $20,000 Doris O’Donnell Innovations in Investigative Journalism Fellowship, spoke via video chat to those in attendance at a news conference in the Center for Media Innovation on Tuesday, Sept. 10. Hensley was one of six finalists in the fellowship’s first year, and she will be working with the university throughout the duration of her project.

Photo by Jared Murphy

Erica Hensley of Mississippi Today, the inaugural winner of the $20,000 Doris O’Donnell Innovations in Investigative Journalism Fellowship, spoke via video chat to those in attendance at a news conference in the Center for Media Innovation on Tuesday, Sept. 10. Hensley was one of six finalists in the fellowship’s first year, and she will be working with the university throughout the duration of her project.

Photo by Jared Murphy

Photo by Jared Murphy

Erica Hensley of Mississippi Today, the inaugural winner of the $20,000 Doris O’Donnell Innovations in Investigative Journalism Fellowship, spoke via video chat to those in attendance at a news conference in the Center for Media Innovation on Tuesday, Sept. 10. Hensley was one of six finalists in the fellowship’s first year, and she will be working with the university throughout the duration of her project.

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