Biz journalist and educator Bartlett has been named news luminary of the 21st century

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Sarah Bartlett

Sarah Bartlett, Dean of the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at the New York City University, has been recognized by her peers as a 21st century news visionary.

The distinction is presented by the Business News Visionary Awards, a project that awards the “visionary” designation to select individuals whose dedication, foresight and talent have had a transformative impact on the journalistic profession.

A profile of Bartlett and her oral history is available at www.NewsLuminaries.com and will be featured in a commemorative book to be published in 2022.

A former member of Fortune’s editorial teams, BusinessWeek, The New York Times, and Oxygen Media, Bartlett has been CUNY Graduate J-School Principal ever since January 2014. During his tenure, school enrollments have grown by more than 40% and more than half of those currently attending are students of color.

Bartlett recently announced that he will retire from CUNY at the end of the academic year in June 2022.

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