Higher education clips:

Bryn Mawr Alumni Bulletin: Faculty Highlight: Mash-Up Artist, May 2013


UC Davis Graduate School of Management's Innovator

​Going Global: Grace Guo Combines Chinese and American Business Backgrounds


              Several Innovator issues that I've worked on have earned Council for Advancement and Support of

              Education (CASE) District VII Awards of Excellence:
                       -- In 2013, the Innovator won gold in the Special Constituency Magazines category. 

                       -- In 2009, it won a silver medal in the External Tabloids and Newsletters category.

​McGeorge School of Law:

Serving and Connecting: Two alumni offer personalized legal services to the local Muslim and South Asian communities, Summer/Fall 2015: 

​Freelance journalism clips:

"Sacramento Valley: a haven for birds -- and birders," Los Angeles Times, Oct. 3, 2010

"Zaytuna College, First Muslim College in the U.S., Opens in California," Aug. 24, 2010.  Ran in a variety of publications, including The Huffington Post, the Houston ChronicleTimes Union (Albany), The Oklahoman

Award-winning projects (freelance):

*I contributed eight sidebars and one photo to "Down the drain: Can California resolve its water management crisis?" The four-part 2009 Comstock's series, written with Rich Ehisen, won a Maggie from the Western Publishing Association, best series of articles/consumer, 2010.

*I wrote six sidebars for the three-part Comstock's series, "California dreaming: the economy's polarizing debate over immigration reform." The 2008 package about immigration and the economy, written by Rich Ehisen, won two awards in 2009: 

                     --a Silver Azbee from the American Society of Business Publication Editors for national best

                      feature series in magazines with a circulation under 80,000,

                      --and a Maggie from the Western Publishing Association for best series of articles in the 

                      consumer division.

Daily newspaper clip from the Inland Valley Times: 

Featured Work

Joanna Corman

Freelance writer/journalist