About Rosemary Hoban
HOBAN, ROSE has been the health care reporter at North Carolina Public Radio for six years. In that time, she’s won awards for her reporting including a Gracie, a Green Eyeshade (SPJ) Southeast Best in Radio award, an Edward R. Murrow Award and numerous AP and RTNDA awards. Hoban was trained as a nurse, and practiced for close to a decade before returning to grad school for concurrent degrees in journalism and public health policy. She’s worked overseas both as a nurse and as a journalist. Hoban was recently named a fellow by the Association of Health Care Journalism. Her fellowship entails studying and airing in-depth feature stories about North Carolina’s mental health. The first series of stories aired in March. In the summer of 2011, Hoban will be making the move to online journalism. After completing her fellowship, she’ll be leaving WUNC to become the managing editor of the Raleigh Public Record.
OMG. Not since I was a graduate student here in the first weeks of J 200 have I learned so much in such a short period of time. And it's all stuff I can use, stuff I WANT to use. I'm recommending this to everyone I know.
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OMG. Not since I was a graduate student here in the first weeks of J-200 have I learned so much in such a short period of time. And it's all stuff I can use, stuff I WANT to use. I'm recommending this to everyone I know.