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Penn State University is holding a journalism ethics lecture “Ethics in Journalism: In Theory, In Practice” next month, according to a notice on its website.

Philadelphia Inquirer editor and “two-time Pulitzer Prize winning investigative journalist” Bill Marimow is giving the Feb. 26 free lecture.

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Penn State’s College of Communications’ Lecture Programs webpage explains of the annual lecture, the Dr. N.N. Oweida Lecture in Journalism Ethics:

“The lecture focuses on journalism ethics, and previous visitors for the lecture have focused on theoretical and practical challenges that face journalists every day in regard to ethics.”

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