Thompson is looking to build on her investigation into how businesses are exploiting South Sudan's civil war by illegally exporting teak wood.
David Dunkley Gyimah brings to the School more than 30 years at the forefront of video and multimedia journalism.
The material include scenes in Brazil, Chile, Ghana, Indonesia and Uganda for stories about e-waste, food safety and security and illegal logging.
Hrvatin will spend a year at the National Post and Calgary Herald pursuing a project on fetal alcohol spectrum disorder.
Students Anya Zoledziowski and Alex Migdal are pursuing in-depth journalism research funded by SSHRC.
Saranaz Barforoush wants to engage in critical discussions about international reporting with students.
It’s the ninth year in a row that UBC Journalism has been recognized at the COPAs, which honour digital excellence in Canadian publishing.
Their stories are featured in six categories in what are considered B.C.’s top journalism honours.