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Lena Groeger

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Lena Groeger is an investigative journalist and developer at ProPublica, where she makes interactive graphics and writes about design’s real-world consequences. She is on the board of the Society for News Design and has taught classes on design and data visualization at NYU, The New School and CUNY. Before joining ProPublica in 2011, Groeger covered health and science at Scientific American and Wired magazine. She is particularly excited about the intersection of cognitive science and design, as well as telling stories with real-world impact.

We’ve Added 2016 Data to Dollars for Docs

Is your doctor taking money from drug or device companies? Check with our newly updated app.

Has Your School Been Investigated for Civil Rights Violations?

For the first time ever, ProPublica is making available the status of all of the civil rights cases that have been resolved during the past three years, as well as pending investigations. See if your school district or college is being investigated for civil rights violations and why.

Announcing ProPublica’s 21 Diversity Scholarship Recipients!

These 21 talented journalists will get $700 each to attend NAHJ, NABJ, AAJA, NAJA or NLGJA.

Students! ProPublica Wants to Pay For You to Attend NAHJ, NABJ, AAJA, NAJA or NLGJA

We’re giving students 21 scholarships to attend journalism conferences. Apply!

What ProPublica Is Doing About Diversity in 2018

Here is a breakdown of our staff. And here is how we’re working to create a more diverse newsroom and inclusive journalism community.

What Happened to All the Jobs Trump Promised?

Since the election, President Trump has made 31 specific claims about companies adding or saving American jobs thanks to his intervention. We went back to see what’s become of those announcements.

We’ve Updated Our Treatment Tracker

Our database now includes records from 2015. Look up your doctor and other providers in the Medicare Part B program.

Bombs in Your Backyard

The military spends more than a billion dollars a year to clean up sites its operations have contaminated with toxic waste and explosives. A full map of these sites — which exist in every state in the country, some near schools and residential neighborhoods — has never been made public; until now.

Forms Matter

How the design of forms can decide an election, affect racial profiling and shape identity

We’ve Updated Prescriber Checkup

Medicare’s popular prescription-drug program serves more than 42 million people and pays for more than one of every four prescriptions written nationwide. Use this tool to find and compare doctors and other providers in Part D in 2015.

The Immigration Effect

There’s a way for President Trump to boost the economy by 4 percent, but he probably won’t like it.

Meet the ProPublica Data Institute Class of 2017

We're thrilled to announce the 12 outstanding journalists who will be joining us for the ProPublica Data Institute this year.

Announcing ProPublica’s 12 Diversity Scholarship Recipients

These 12 talented journalists will get $500 each to attend NAHJ, NABJ, AAJA or NAJA.

When the Designer Shows Up In the Design

How our assumptions, perspectives, intuitions — and yes, our biases — shape what we design and how we design it.

Students! ProPublica Wants to Pay For You to Attend NAHJ, NABJ, AAJA or NAJA

We’re awarding 12 scholarships to students across the country. Apply!

New York State Subsidy Tracker

We’re tracking the state’s growing portfolio of business subsidies.

What ProPublica Is Doing About Diversity in 2017

Here are our own internal statistics, plus the steps we’re taking to create a diverse newsroom and a more inclusive journalism community.

Learn Data, Design and Code for Journalism. Apply for ProPublica’s 2017 Data Institute!

ProPublica is proud to open applications for our 2017 Data Institute, a free 11-day intensive workshop on how to use data, design and programming for journalism.

Lost Cause

Seeing America through the losing candidates’ map, now updated with 2016 election data

Tracking Evictions and Rent Stabilization in NYC

We’ve mapped more than 450,000 New York City eviction cases filed between January 2013 and June 2015. Look up your building to see its recent eviction cases and whether it may be rent-stabilized.

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