Julianne Stanford is an award winning reporter and visual journalist based out of southwest Arizona. She graduated from the University of Arizona magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science in May 2017. Julianne is currently a Pulliam Fellow on the watchdog desk at the Arizona Republic and she will participate in the Institute for the Study of War's summer War Studies Program in August.
During the summer of 2016, she was an intern for The Skagway News, a small-town newspaper in Alaska. She worked as a reporter, photographer, copy editor, designer and even helped fold and distribute the newspapers. Julianne has also been an intern for the Arizona Center for Investigative Reporting, a media apprentice on the border desk at the Arizona Daily Star and a radio broadcast intern for Arizona Public Media, the National Public Radio member station in Tucson. She has also had bylines in the local print edition of the Tombstone Epitaph and El Independiente Magazine. Julianne studied photojournalism and creative nonfiction abroad in Orvieto, Italy during the summer of 2015.
In her spare time, Julianne enjoys drinking a strong cup of black coffee, reading a good book, traveling, hiking and playing board games.
In the headlines
VIETNAM VETERAN BATTLES FOR VA COMPENSATION 40 YEARS AFTER AGENT ORANGE EXPOSURE
The Arizona Republic - July 4, 2017
HACKING A HEART
Hacking a pacemaker isn't science fiction. See what experts are doing to prevent it.
The Arizona Republic - June 12, 2017
MORE DRUG PROFITS SLIP INTO MEXICO AS BORDER SEIZURES PLUMMET
The Arizona Daily Star - January 26, 2017
BORDER GUN-SMUGGLING ARRESTS DON'T STOP ILLEGAL WEAPONS FROM LEAVING U.S.
The Arizona Daily Star - November 26, 2016
STATE FUNDS TO ADDRESS UNMET 'TIME BOMB' UNIVERSITY MAINTENANCE NEEDS
The Arizona Center for Investigative Reporting - July 4, 2017