Mark Hinojosa, associate professor and John A. Walsh Faculty Fellow, taught convergence journalism at the Missouri School of Journalism. A trailblazing visual storyteller, he lectured nationally and internationally on multimedia, newsroom convergence and audience engagement, and was a founding board member of the Knight-Batten Awards for Innovations in Journalism. Hinojosa served on the boards of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists, the Online News Association and Street Level Youth Media, an organization committed to teaching media awareness to urban youth. He was twice a judge of the Pulitzer Prizes. A member of the Kansas City Star staff that won a 1982 Pulitzer for local reporting, he worked as Director of Interactive Media at The Detroit News and A.M.E. for Photography and, later, Electronic News, at The Chicago Tribune. Please join us in helping the students Mark loved to teach by donating to the Mark Hinojosa Fund for Future Journalists.