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Michael I. Arnolt Center for Investigative Journalism


The Michael I. Arnolt Center for Investigative Journalism teaches and produces top-tier investigative journalism covering the state of Indiana and beyond. As a student in the journalism M.S. concentration, you’ll earn 9–12 credit hours working as a fellow in the center.

Learn more about the Arnolt Center

Student work

Arnolt Center students help launch nation’s first county-by-county COVID tracker

Students in The Media School’s Arnolt Center for Investigative Journalism were part of a team that created the first nationwide county-by-county coronavirus tracker.

The students worked with Arnolt Center partner Gray Television to track COVID-19 cases.

Read about the project


Media School faculty will help you launch your career. Your work in this concentration will set you apart with in-demand skills. Plus, you’ll make professional connections by working with the partner organizations of the Arnolt Center.

Whether you apply your skills at a newspaper, television station, website or documentary production company, you’ll be trained to produce thoughtful, thorough and ethical journalism.

Daniela Molina

I landed my dream job thanks to the M.S. program in The Media School.

Daniela Molina, MS'21, investigative producer at Gray Television