Civil Beat Staff

Emily Dugdale

Emily Dugdale is an audio fellow at Civil Beat and the podcast Offshore.

Emily joined Civil Beat in September 2017 after a stint reporting on science and environment at KPCC Southern California Public Radio in Los Angeles. Previously, she covered race and social justice issues for Uptown Radio, a radio broadcast program in New York City. Before that, she lived in Oakland and freelanced at several local news outlets in the San Francisco Bay Area. She’s also lived and reported overseas in Santiago, Chile and Medellin, Colombia.

Emily is a recent graduate of the Toni Stabile program in investigative journalism at the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism. She also holds a B.A. in political science from Williams College.

You can reach Emily at edugdale@civilbeat.org or on Twitter at @eedugdale.

Episode 3: The First Day Caleb Hartsfield/Civil Beat

Episode 3: The First Day

Join Kamalani Academy on its first day of school and take a peek inside classrooms as students and teachers get to know each other.

Pod Squad: Talking About Race In Hawaii Emily Dugdale/Civil Beat

Pod Squad: Talking About Race In Hawaii

A new UH study shows students have more diverse friend groups and less racial bias when they live in Hawaii.

Pod Squad: Meet The Guy Who’s Trying To Modernize Hawaii Government Hawaii ETS

Pod Squad: Meet The Guy Who’s Trying To Modernize Hawaii Government

Hawaii’s chief information officer talks about the challenges of upgrading the state’s antiquated technology systems.

On Campus: We’re Taking A Fresh Look At Education In Hawaii Suevon Lee/Civil Beat

On Campus: We’re Taking A Fresh Look At Education In Hawaii

Civil Beat’s new podcast series takes you inside the first year of a startup arts integration charter school in Wahiawa.

Pod Squad: A Preview Of Our New ‘On Campus’ Podcast

Pod Squad: A Preview Of Our New ‘On Campus’ Podcast

We are chronicling the first year of Hawaii’s newest charter school, Kamalani Academy.