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Articles by Bill Grueskin

Bill Grueskin is dean of academic affairs at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism.
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In the rush to build up training for digital skills, some journalism schools have asked students to go wide instead of deep, argues the dean of academic affairs of Columbia’s j-school.
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