Journalism and World Affairs

Understanding the critical role of journalism in national security and international relations

About the Program

Partnering with UT’s Moody College of Communications

The Strauss Center’s newest initiative is Journalism and World Affairs (JAWA).  This partnership with the School of Journalism at UT’s Moody College of Communications aims to enrich the experience of journalism students interested in foreign affairs, national security, technology, and related matters through the Distinguished Journalist in Residence program.  Each semester, the Distinguished Journalist in Residence program will bring a leading journalist to campus for a short-term residency involving mentoring, guest teaching, and a public address. Nicole Perlroth of the New York Times served as the inaugural Distinguished Journalist in Residence in February 2020.

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Events

Covering Cybersecurity in an Era of Never-ending Attacks

February 5, 2020 | 12:15 pm | Briscoe Center SRH 2.108

On Wednesday, February 5, 2020, the Strauss Center and the School of Journalism welcomed Nicole Perlroth, a cybersecurity reporter at The New York Times, for a talk on “Covering Cybersecurity in an Era of Never-ending…

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