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Proud of my undergrad health journalism students

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I’m proud to offer a link to a class project done by four undergraduate students in my Advanced Reporting Methods: Health & Medical Journalism class.

“The Uninsured: You’re in your 20s. Why should you care?” is a website researched, designed and launched by four seniors.

Mind you, it’s not perfect. But consider that this was an effort of 20-something undergrads. They proved that you can tackle a complex issue and make it come to life for your audience using various media formats.

There were three other noteworthy student projects in this class this semester but this is the only one I can make immediately publicly accessible.

There is hope for the future of health journalism.

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