At UC Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism, Paul Grabowicz served as a teaching professor and Bloomberg Journalism Chair and directed the New Media Program. He taught classes in introductory and advanced multimedia reporting, web skills and researching public records. A professional journalist for more than 25 years, Grabowicz spent most of his career as the investigative reporter at The Oakland Tribune. He also served as the night city editor and acting city editor at the Tribune, and helped develop an early prototype of a Web site for the paper. Grabowicz wrote for numerous publications, including the Washington Post, Esquire, The Village Voice, the Online Journalism Review and Nieman Reports. He coauthored California Inc., a book about how the entrepreneurial spirit shaped the politics, culture and economy of California.