STEPHEN K. DOIG holds the Knight Chair in Journalism, specializing in
computer-assisted reporting, at the Walter Cronkite School of
Journalism & Mass Communication of Arizona State University. He
spent the Fall 2010 semester teaching at the Universidade Nova de
Lisboa as the Fulbright Portugal 50th Anniversary Distinguished
Chair. Before joining ASU in 1996, he was Associate Editor/Research of
the Miami Herald. Projects on which he worked at The Herald and at ASU
have won the Pulitzer Prize for Public Service, the IRE Award, the
Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting, the George Polk Award for
Medical Reporting, and other awards. During his 20-year career at The
Herald, he also served variously as state capital bureau chief,
science editor, aviation writer, pollster and lottery columnist. He is
a political science graduate of Dartmouth College and a graduate of
the Defense Information School, which trained him to be a combat
correspondent for the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War.
Print and online journalism, diversity in newsrooms, demographics, use of social science methods in journalism.