Warning from a Previous Fellow – Reintegrating Will Not Be Easy

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There are many of us who have their jobs waiting for them when the Humphrey program ends and we return home. For some of us, though, the return home will mean the beginning… Continue reading

The Value of Networking

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The idea of “networking” can seem tedious at times. The term might invoke a sort of technical, calculated connotation, in which we only view other people as opportunities for our own professional advancement… Continue reading

Networking: An essential tool

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Networking is an essential tool for journalists and the Walter Cronkite School gives its students, including the Humphrey fellows, many opportunities to learn how to network and make connections all over the world.… Continue reading

Networking is Connecting

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There are a few ways to think about networking, but they all seem to fall into one of two ways of thinking: either networking is fun or networking is a task. From my… Continue reading

Networking: The Realization of the Values in Studying Abroad

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Have you ever wondered whether you suit certain career options or not? In my case, I have asked myself the questions like “Am I able to be a good journalist?” and “Is journalism… Continue reading

The Importance of Connecting with the past Humphrey fellows

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By Bopha Phorn Humphrey fellows from ASU attended Global Leadership Forum in Washington, D.C. As Hubert H. Humphrey fellows, we get so many benefits, opportunities and privileges from the program. I want to… Continue reading

Ethical

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One’s individual code of ethics is fundamental to their identity as a person and guides all decision making. Ethics formulate one’s sense of judgement, their character and determines just how far a person… Continue reading

My Code of Ethics

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Flickr:creatvie common Journalism plays a vital role in a democracy. Journalists work to inform people about events that take place in the societies they serve, which often occur outside the immediate “world” of… Continue reading

Journalism and Code of Ethics

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  There are many parallels between the field of journalism and code of ethics. In the field of journalism, a code of ethics is ensuring the free exchange of information that is accurate,… Continue reading

Personal ethics in a professional setting

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By: Alexandra Watts (Header image courtesy of Diego Sevilla Ruiz – Flickr) Every career has its own set of ethics. Doctors have medical ethics, which include taking the Hippocratic oath. There are ethics… Continue reading

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