Former Abrams Journalism Fellow, FRONTLINE/Columbia Journalism School Fellowships
Dan Glaun is a graduate of Columbia Journalism School’s Stabile Center for Investigative Reporting, where he completed a master’s project on the under-reporting of domestic violence in Brooklyn religious communities. A Massachusetts native, he previously worked as a staff reporter for MassLive, covering criminal justice, government accountability and breaking news, and also served as a news assistant at The New York Times. He has won New England Newspaper and Press Association awards for crime, education and investigative reporting, and was awarded Columbia’s Louis Winnick Prize for student reporting on New York City. Glaun’s FRONTLINE/Columbia Journalism School fellowship was supported by the Abrams Foundation.