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O'Brien Fellows | 'Reflections: What Can This Lead To?'

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Published on Feb 14, 2014

The O'Brien Fellowship in Public Service Journalism hosted a two-day conference, "Milwaukee County's Mental Health: Solutions to a Chronic Crisis," on Oct. 10-11, 2013, at Marquette University. The conference was inspired by the heralded Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's series, "Chronic Crisis: A System That Doesn't Heal," authored Meg Kissinger, an investigative reporter at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Kissinger reported the series while based at Marquette for the 2012-2013 academic year.

In the final session, Lori Bergen, Ph.D., dean of the Diederich College of Communication, moderates a panel featuring the inaugural class of O'Brien fellows -- Hal Bernton of The Seattle Times; Daniel Egan of the Journal Sentinel and Lillian Thomas of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette -- reflecting about the conference and fellowship programs.

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