Chips Quinn Scholars

Getahn Ward (CQS 1994 and 1995): Rest in Peace

Many in the Nashville community came together on Jan. 6 to celebrate the life of Getahn Ward (CQS 1994 and 1995), as donations to a journalism scholarship established in his name at Tennessee State University continue to rise.
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WHERE IN THE WORLD ARE OUR CHIPSTERS: WASHINGTON, DC

Where in the World Are Our Chipsters? In the nation’s capital, listening to a former chief White House photographer speak at an event at the Newseum.
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Gaining digital skills

Khristopher Brooks (Summer 2006) captures his experience at an APME NewsTrain workshop on video and in words.
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Mourning the loss of CQS alum Getahn Ward (CQS 1994 and 1995)

Getahn Ward (CQS 1994 and 1995), business reporter at The Tennessean and an opening-night speaker at orientation dinners for numerous classes of Chips Quinn Scholars in Nashville, Tenn., died Dec. 16 at age 45. Read the obituary and appreciation.
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The value of networking

Two Chipsters from the 2017 class share thoughts on what awaits every CQS alum: job-hunting. This week we hear from Tomas Rodriguez; last week Jenny Ung provided insights.
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The steps to landing a job

Two Chipsters from the 2017 class share thoughts on what awaits every CQS alum: job-hunting. This week we hear from Jenny Ung; next week Tomas Rodriguez provides insights.
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Where in the World Are Our Chipsters: Oakland, Calif.

Chips(ters) and guacamole: The latest photo in the Where in the World Are Our Chipsters Series comes from a Oaxacan-inspired restaurant in Oakland, Calif., during an investigative reporting fellowship.
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Tough assignment, great reward

Photographer Loren Townsley (2017) knew she was pushing her boundaries when she got her wish: to cover professional baseball.
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Talking with Harry Harris of the East Bay Times

Jackeline Luna (2017) chats with one of the top crime reporters in the country.
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