Sisi Wei, a news applications developer with ProPublica in New York City, is a graduate of ThreeSixty’s 2006 summer camp. She served as a graphics editor at the Washington Post and also worked as an interactive design intern at the Associated Press and the Wall Street Journal. Originally from Mounds View High School, Sisi also graduated from Northwestern University with majors in journalism, philosophy and legal studies. She recently won the Gannett Award for Innovation in Watchdog Journalism from the Asian American Journalists Association for her 2012 Presidential Campaign Finance Explorer. Sisi continues to work with ThreeSixty and designed the ProtectMyRep online reputation repair kit with current students. To view Sisi’s portfolio, click here.
Homecoming 2023 Raises the Bar
View the Homecoming 2023 featured video, highlight program alums. View the event photos on Facebook. Watch WCCO TV’s event coverage. Read the St. Thomas Newsroom… Read More
2017 Scholar Joins Leadership Council
Samantha HoangLong is the newest member of ThreeSixty Journalism’s Leadership Council. The Council serves as the program’s advisory board, contributing primarily to programming, connecting, and… Read More
Two Alums Earn Prestigious Spots
Two ThreeSixty Journalism program alums, including 2022 ThreeSixty Scholar Gwynnevere Vang, are inaugural members of The New York Times Corps. Vang is joined on the Times Corps… Read More