|322 Memorial Hall||<div class="ExternalClass38FAFDC97DB64A65A569EDCD4F059961">Dawn Fallik teaches beginning and advanced reporting classes. A former medical reporter for The Philadelphia Inquirer, she covers medical issues for the Wall Street Journal as well as terrible reality shows for the culture desk. She specializes in investigative reporting.
</div>||firstname.lastname@example.org||Fallik, Dawn||(302) 831-6965||<img alt="" src="/Images%20Bios/FAC_Fallik_SalzburgFellows_2013-016_180.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />||http://sites.google.com/site/dfallik/||Associate Professor||Journalism||B.A. Journalism, University of Wisconsin - Madison; M.A. Journalism, University of Missouri - Columbia|
|Interdisciplinary Humanities Research Grant||<p><strong>Dawn Fallik</strong> is part of a team of faculty who have been
awarded an Interdisciplinary Humanities Research Center grant for their
Humanities for STEM project, <em>Crafting Healthcare</em>. The grant will
provide funds to support the curricular development for a pilot course slated
to run Spring 2021. [HLTH467/ENG409/WOMS467 Crafting Healthcare]. </p>||Fallik, Dawn||dfallik|
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