The Missouri Information Corps is a pop-up newsroom covering underserved communities and topics across the state.
Sponsored by the Missouri School of Journalism and the Missouri Press Association, journalism students and graduates are working this summer to cover climate change in Missouri and its impact on the state’s infrastructure, economy, agriculture, environment and business ecosystem. All of the work produced through this project will be available for use by any Missouri news outlet.
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If you’re looking for the 2020 Missouri Information Corps team’s coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic,
click here. Meet 2021 the team: Courtney Perrett, managing editor, is a master’s student at the Missouri School of Journalism studying magazine editing. Mikayla Easley, managing editor, graduated from the Missouri School of Journalism in May 2021 with a focus on international journalism. Anna Kutz, reporter, is a senior at Mizzou studying multimedia journalism. She is passionate about reporting on issues related to the environment and agriculture. Fairriona Magee, reporter, is a graduate student at the Missouri School of Journalism specializing in health and environmental journalism. Xander Negozio, reporter, graduated from the Missouri School of Journalism in May 2021 with a bachelor’s degree in investigative journalism. Mark Ossolinski, reporter, is a graduate student studying public policy reporting at the Missouri School of Journalism. Paul Schloesser, reporter, graduated from the University of Missouri in May 2021 with bachelor’s degrees in news reporting and political science. Kit Wiberg, photojournalist, graduated from the Missouri School of Journalism in May 2021 with a bachelor’s degree in journalism – photojournalism. Grace Zokovitch, reporter, is a senior at Mizzou studying investigative print and digital reporting, as well as economics. Colleen Wouters, reporter, earned her bachelor’s degree in science, health and environmental journalism at the Missouri Journalism School in May 2021.