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W-T-W.org


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West Virginia University


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WUNC


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WVU-Morgantown


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Reed College


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People | WBFO

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Susan Davis
Susan Davis is a congressional reporter for NPR. She has covered Congress, elections, and national politics since 2002 for publications including USA TODAY, The Wall Street Journal, National Journal, and Roll Call....


North Carolina Voices: Understanding Poverty Credits — North Carolina Public Radio WUNC

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Susan Davis is Senior Producer of The State of Things . She came to WUNC from Washington, DC where she worked as a producer and editor at NPR.Susan was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan.She's a graduate of Reed College in Portland, Oregon and has an MFA in poetry from the Writing Programs at the University of Houston.Her radio career began in the early 1990s as a production assistant at Marketplace . She went on to produce and manage the documentary series Soundprint and to produce and edit for NPR's All Things Considered , Talk of the Nation , and the National Desk at NPR.She's independently produced over a dozen radio documentaries and pieces.Her commentaries have been heard on All Things Considered and Talk of the Nation . She's also taught creative Writing at West Virginia University.Her poetry has appeared in numerous literary journals including The Paris Review , Antioch Review , the Boston Review , Western Humanities Review, Witness and Nimrod .


Scott Horsley | New England Public Radio

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And now we're back with NPR's congressional correspondent, Sue Davis.
Hi there again. SUSAN DAVIS, BYLINE: Hey there.


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NPR's Susan Davis caught up with some of those voters over breakfast this morning to talk about the Republican caucuses.


News Room | The Michael Kelly Award

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Five judges selected the finalists and the winner: Susan Davis, a congressional reporter with NPR; Charles Green, former editor of National Journal; Susan Mercandetti, editor-at-large at Random House; Cullen Murphy, editor-at-large of Vanity Fair; and Michael Phillips, a staff reporter with The Wall Street Journal and past finalist for the Michael Kelly Award.
Five judges selected the finalists: Susan Davis, a congressional reporter with NPR; Charles Green, former editor of National Journal; Susan Mercandetti, editor-at-large at Random House; Cullen Murphy, editor-at-large of Vanity Fair; and Michael Phillips, a staff reporter with The Wall Street Journal and past finalist for the Michael Kelly Award.


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