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The Michael I. Arnolt Center for Investigative Journalism is training the next generation of investigative journalists by offering a hands-on learning experience producing stories of national and statewide importance. These stories are researched and reported alongside national media partners.

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The Arnolt Center relies on donations from individuals, foundations and corporations to provide ongoing support of the center’s operations, including costs associated with student reporters, travel, research and outreach activities, partnership programs and other student activities, as well as curricular development and costs/expenses associated with the center’s faculty and staff.

From Nov. 1 - Dec. 31, 2022, NewsMatch will match dollar-for-dollar individual gifts up to $1,000 in support of the Center.

NewsMatch is a collaborative fundraising movement to support independent, public service journalism. Since 2016, the campaign has helped raise over $223 million to jumpstart emerging newsrooms and support independent media outlets.

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Recent Donors

Recent Donors
Donor name Gift amount
Laura Emerick $100.00
James Hodge $5,000.00
Emily Harrison $50.00
Ellen Gabovitch and Les Morris $50.00
Gene Ponder $222.00

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Please note, the name and purpose of the fund displayed on this page constitute the authorized description of the fund by the Indiana University Foundation, Inc. Your gift supports the fund as described herein.