WJI Buzz - Bushatz, Moeller, Rhea, Rosenberg

Jun 10, 2010

Amy Doolittle Bushatz (WJI 04) has been awarded a 2010 Robert Novak Journalism Fellowship from the Phillips Foundation for her project, “Deployed: The Silent Sacrifice for Freedom and the Destruction of the Military Family.” Amy is a freelance reporter in Lakewood, Wash. Previously, she worked at Army Times Publishing Company, Federal Times, The Politico, and The Washington Times.

Susan C. Moeller (WJI speaker 08) and her colleagues at The Leader Newspapers in Bergen County, New Jersey racked up multiple awards for their reporting this year. They won 1st Place in both Investigative Reporting (“Parsing Public Employment”) and General News (“Feds crack down on corruption in the Meadowlands”) from the Garden State Journalists. They won the Hildy Johnson Award for New Jersey Story of the Year for “Dirty Diner Deal.” From the New Jersey SPJ, Susan’s team won first place for “Feds Crack Down on Corruption in the Meadowlands.”

Kate (Klos) Rhea (WJI 05) was a recipient of the “Religious Media Fellowships: Government, Foreign Assistance, and God’s Mission in the World,” offered by Bread for the World Institute and the Center for Applied Christian Ethics at Wheaton College. The fellowship was given to selected journalists to help them develop a Christian understanding of the government’s role in addressing global poverty.

The book Inside The Revolution by Joel Rosenberg (WJI speaker 03-04) was named winner of the 2010 Retailers Choice Award in the category of Social Issues.

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