Tammerlin Drummond, '85 SPMJ Grad, selected for 2014 Nieman Fellowship
May 15, 2013
Tammerlin Drummond, '85 SPMJ Grad, has been selected for the U.S. Nieman Fellows class of 2014.
She is a metro columnist for the Oakland Tribune/Bay Area News Group, and will study urban gun violence as a public health emergency, prevention strategies and practices and ways that digital platforms can be used to disseminate information in urban communities plagued by gun homicides and other violent crimes.
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