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Daniel de Vise

‘I Forgot to Remember’ is a woman’s account of life-shattering amnesia

Though she has made significant strides, she still sometimes feels that “I don’t know who I’m supposed to be.” Her story came to public attention in 2011, when the family was living in Gaithersburg, Md., and reporter Daniel de Vise wrote a Washington Post story about her graduation from ...

E-mails show U-Va. board leaders planning Teresa Sullivan’s exit

By Daniel de Vise

Posted at 11:40 PM ET, 06/19/2012 TheWashingtonPost On Tuesday, the University of Virginia released a series of e-mail exchanges between the leaders of the Board of Visitors, Rector Helen E. Dragas and Vice Rector Mark Kington, in May and June. Charlottesville, VA-June 18: A large crowd ...

Provost: Are honor, integrity and trust truly foundational pillars at UVa?

As Anita Kumar and Daniel de Vise write in the Washington Pos t late Sunday, numbers of donors have contacted Robert Sweeney, senior vice president of development at the University, who is concerned about the backlash from this week’s events, noting that some donors have now rescinded ...

The Washington Post and Journalism 101

After reading the entire Post piece, by reporters Daniel de Vise and Anita Kumar, there are certain things I don’t know. Who is Teresa Sullivan and how did she get to UVA? What was she asked to do? Did she fail or succeed in doing that? Why are the students and faculty angry? Are all the ...

Dr. Scott D. Miller: Containing Higher Education Costs at All Costs

Some institutions "are working the four-year theme into recruiting events as a selling point to the cost-conscious," r eports the article's author, Daniel de Vise. So where are we headed? The good news for private colleges, according to President Weiss and the Lafayette Group conference...

The New York Times bans quote approval

” Washington Post education reporter Daniel de Vise, now on book leave, got in trouble for sharing a story of his with University of Texas sources. Despite our reporters’ best efforts, we fear that demands for after-the-fact “quote approval” by sources and their press aides have gone too ...

NYT reporter was supposed to help fact-check a column, not send it to CIA

Baquet told Peters, “We don’t like the practice” and said, “We encourage our reporters to push back.” Not long after Peters’ piece, Washington Post reporter Daniel de Vise landed in hot water for sharing a draft with source. The Post issued guidelines strongly discouraging the practice. ...

At Washington Post, some draft-sharing will continue

by Andrew Beaujon Published Aug. 2, 2012 9:10 am Updated Aug. 2, 2012 10:21 am After Washington Post reporter Daniel de Vise drew national attention for sharing drafts of a story with a source, the newspaper tightened its policy on the practice. “Some reporters share sections of stories ...

UT official who reviewed Post story didn’t allow that when she was a reporter

) Doolittle said Post reporter Daniel de Vise told UT media representatives that sharing his story drafts was part of his normal process, and his editors knew about it. The Post has since tightened its policy on allowing sources to review stories, saying editors will grant permission to ...

Washington Post reporter sent drafts to sources

by Andrew Beaujon Published July 25, 2012 8:51 am Updated July 25, 2012 10:46 am Washington Post higher education reporter Daniel de Vise “employed some unusual, perhaps even unethical, techniques” while preparing a piece about the Collegiate Learning Assessment, writes the Texas ...

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University of Horn Matters Extra: Four Types of Students

overrated.” The article was part of the College Inc. series in the Washington Post, and author Daniel de Vise looks at the topic of student... As noted in the previous article in the University of Horn Matters, in the 19th century some people loved valved horns and some hated them. The ...

Diversity Is Strength! It’s Also…A Corrupt U.S. Navy

‘We have increased the standards, rather than dumbing them down.’” [ Naval Academy Professor Challenges School's Push for Diversity by Daniel de Vise, Washington Post, July 3, 2009. ] Another equally inevitable result: this decline in academic standards mirrors a decline in moral ...

The Daily Collegian

According to Daniel de Vise’s article in The Washington Post, “Advocates of general education contend students should not be allowed to complete college without learning some amount of essential knowledge…to cover essential subjects.” But what do these core classes do for students in the ...

A Matter of Scale Horn Matters French Horn and Brass Site Resource

overrated.” The article was part of the College Inc. series in the Washington Post, and author Daniel de Vise looks at the topic of student.....

VN MADE » In the media: Faculty inform the press

Washington Post contributor Daniel de Vise talked with William Mary Provost Michael Halleran for a June 4 article about a nation-wide trend in aloft preparation to boost on-time graduation rates. Amid discussions of rising fee costs, de Vise wrote, a concentration on four-year ...

The Three-Year Engagement: 25 Percent Off College Term -

As Daniel de Vise, an education reporter for The Washington Post, has noted, Harvard adopted the model in 1652 simply because that’s what the Brits were doing at the time. Everyone else followed suit. England later switched to a three-year degree, but America plodded on. We’re still ...

Sharing stories with sources before publication is risky, but can improve accuracy

So I have some empathy for Washington Post reporter Daniel de Vise, who is being taken to task for his fact-checking technique. Getting our facts straight should be a top priority of every journalist. We get them wrong more often than we know (I usually have not corrected the journalists ...

Washington Post editors back writer who made changes to story at subjects’ request

The issue arose anew July 25 after a news outlet reported that a Washington Post reporter, education writer Daniel de Vise, showed two drafts of an article, about a controversial college test, to the subjects of the story. The sources then sought changes, which were made before the ...

Reporter in hot water after sharing story draft with UT sources

The Texas Observer reported Tuesday that Post reporter Daniel de Vise allowed UT media officials to review his story and suggest critical edits — some of which he adopted — before its publication. Although some journalists called de Vise’s actions unethical when news of his actions hit ...

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