Cameron Dodd

University of Missouri

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The White House Correspondents’ Association supported seven graduate students ($2,500 per student) to study in Washington, DC for a semester, as part of the University of Missouri’s well-established program. The University waived the balance of the tuition in return.

Cameron Dodd is completing his graduate project as a production intern with Fault Lines, a documentary film program with Al Jazeera English. He will graduate in May from the master’s program at the Missouri School of Journalism, where he focused on reporting and writing about international issues. While at Missouri, Cameron worked with, a multimedia site that covers developments in international journalism and reports on the state of press freedom around the world.

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