Journalism graduate awarded ethics fellowship

Journalism alumna Katelyn Verstraten has been awarded a fellowship by Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics (FASPE), an innovative program that explores the history of the Holocaust as a way to engage graduate students across five different fields (business, journalism, law, medicine, and religion) in an intensive study of contemporary ethics in their discipline.

Verstraten, a freelance reporter living in Vancouver, is one of 12 journalism students and young journalists chosen by FASPE to participate in a two-week program that will take place this summer in Germany and Poland. More information here.