Women outnumber men in journalism schools, yet men outnumber women when it comes to investigative reporting. Even in 2013, "the face of watchdog journalism is male," says Sheila Coronoel of Columbia's Stabile Center for Investigative Journalism. And that needs to change. “Having more women journalists means women’s perspectives on policy and other issues are represented more fully and women’s concerns are reflected on the front pages, not relegated to the ‘lighter’ sections of the newspaper." Chart: The dominance of male bylines.