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  UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism
The project is a partnership between the J-School and the UC Berkeley Architecture School.
Forty-four students from the graduate schools of journalism at the University of California, Berkeley, Columbia University, Northwestern University, the University of Southern California and the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University will be working to answer that question throughout the spring and summer.
North Gate Hall and the Graduate School of Journalism have a rich history, extending nearly to the turn of the previous century.
journalism.berkeley.edu   (2416 words)

  
  Journalism Quotes - The Quotations Page
Trying to determine what is going on in the world by reading newspapers is like trying to tell the time by watching the second hand of a clock.
Rock journalism is people who can't write interviewing people who can't talk for people who can't read.
Journalism largely consists of saying 'Lord Jones is Dead' to people who never knew that Lord Jones was alive.
www.quotationspage.com /subjects/journalism   (560 words)

  
  Journalism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Journalism is a discipline of collecting, analyzing, verifying, and presenting information regarding current events, trends, issues and people.
News-oriented journalism is sometimes described as the "first rough draft of history" (attributed to Phil Graham), because journalists often record important events, producing news articles on short deadlines.
Journalism has as its main activity the reporting of events — stating who, what, when, where, why and how, and explaining the significance and effect of events or trends.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Journalism   (787 words)

  
 Untitled Document
Journalism 112.10, Advanced Reporting: an upper-level course requiring students to write in-class exercises and outside assignments to hone the writing skills needed to bring clarity, context, and objectivity to news in a world of converging media.
Journalism 5606, Literary Aspects of Journalism: an upper-level course that studies the literary aspects of journalism as exemplified in, and influenced by, works of British and American writers.
Journalism Resources: an annotated listing of resources compiled in support of academic journalism departments and professional journalists from cyberjournalism to media law to race and gender in journalism.
writing.umn.edu /tww/WID/journalism/journalismindex.htm   (1710 words)

  
 Journalism
The journalism curriculum is an open-ended program that is arranged so the graduate is prepared to work in either the field, or, with additional course work, to transfer to a four-year college or university.
Journalism majors are offered courses designed to train them in desktop publishing skills and for editorial, and photojournalism jobs on daily and weekly newspapers, magazines, trade journals, house organs, and consumer publications.
Journalism majors also are required to work three semesters on the campus newspaper, the Collegian.
catalog.lacitycollege.edu /pages/journalism.htm   (887 words)

  
 Journalism - Wikiquote
Journalism is a discipline of collecting, verifying, analyzing and presenting information gathered regarding current events, including trends, issues and people.
Calling journalism the "first rough draft of history" (the phrase is widely credited to Philip Graham) has become a cliché; but the press literally created the cliché.
Journalism is not a profession or a trade.
en.wikiquote.org /wiki/Journalism   (1002 words)

  
 Handbook of Independent Journalism
Journalism is both a profession and a craft, since journalists draw on specialized skills and adhere to common standards.
It is the kind of journalism I practiced myself for over 20 years as a reporter and editor, and that I now teach in professional workshops in the United States and around the world.
She has taught journalism as a faculty member at The Poynter Institute and at American University, and is a past executive director of the Radio and Television News Directors Foundation.
usinfo.state.gov /products/pubs/journalism/index.htm   (756 words)

  
 Journalism Information | Business.com
Incubator for civic journalism experiments that enable news organizations to create and refine better ways of reporting the news to re-engage people in public life.
If you like to write and have a nose for the news, a career in journalism may be for you.
A Bachelor's Degree in journalism can help you land a job writing for a newspaper or anchoring the nightly news.
rd.business.com /index.asp?epm=s.1&bdcq=Journalism&bdcr=1&bdcu=http://www.business.com/directory/media_and_entertainment/journalism/index.asp?partner=2662601&bdct=20080513060107&bdcp=&partner=2662601&bdcs=nwuuid-2662601-00D6BBBC-3DC5-C0F4-B808-87B9F6D54749-ym   (696 words)

  
 Journalism Department, Regent University, VA
Journalism Department, Regent University, VA JRN 540 Converged Media Technologies (2) enables students to gain advanced experience and understanding of the latest emerging hardware and software technologies that are critical to the study and practice of news journalism for print, broadcast and the Internet.
The course enables students to integrate their graduate-level journalism studies with laboratory and multimedia journalism experiences.
The practicum experience is designed to provide students with a practical workplace lab experience to augment their course of journalism study.
www.regent.edu /acad/schcom/journalism/description.htm   (1009 words)

  
 SCILS, Rutgers University
It provides undergraduate students with a broad spectrum of courses in the theory and practice of journalism and mass media, preparing them for professional careers in newspapers, magazines, television, radio, cable television, the news agencies and wire services, publishing, and public information service in the government and private sectors.
The department is concerned with both the practice of journalism and mass media and the impact of media on society; public policy and understanding; and the planning and development of public information systems.
Journalism and Media Studies majors with a cumulative GPA of 3.2 or better may apply into the department's honors program.
www.scils.rutgers.edu /programs/jms   (584 words)

  
 News analysts, reporters, and correspondents
Examples of journalism courses are introductory mass media, basic reporting and copy editing, history of journalism, and press law and ethics.
In addition, journalism scholarships, fellowships, and assistantships awarded to college journalism students by universities, newspapers, foundations, and professional organizations are helpful.
Journalism graduates have the background for work in closely related fields such as advertising and public relations, and many take jobs in these fields.
stats.bls.gov /oco/ocos088.htm   (2084 words)

  
 Emory University Journalism Program   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Her address was sponsored by the Emory Journalism Program, the Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa and the School of Law and was held in the Law School Tull Auditorium.
Emory Journalism students and Atlanta reporters and public relations experts wrestled with that hypothetical in “The Art of the Political Interview” program sponsored by the Journalism Program on October 5.
The student reporters were Robbie Brown, a sophomore in Journalism and History who conducted the print interview, and Adam Teeter, a senior in Journalism and Political Science, who handled the broadcast side.
www.journalism.emory.edu /events.shtml   (528 words)

  
 Journalism Dept. of Eastern Illinois University
Established in 1975, the Eastern Illinois University Department of Journalism offers a bachelor of arts degree, that effectively integrates professional training with a liberal arts education to provide flexibility, breadth and depth of educational experience.
Through classroom work and hands-on experience with student media and internships, Eastern journalism students prepare themselves for careers in newspapers, magazines, broadcast, publishing, online publishing and public relations as reporters, editors, photographers, producers, directors and advertising, marketing and public relations specialists.
Through the support of alumni, media and friends, the department offers several scholarships to support study in journalism, including two reserved for incoming students and three intended to encourage minority students to pursue careers in journalism.
www.eiu.edu /~journal   (559 words)

  
 Journalism (JOURN)
All Journalism majors are to begin their study with Journalism foundation courses: JOURN 1111 Journalism and Society; JOURN 1112 Writing for Journalism; JOURN 1113 Audio/Visual News Gathering; and JOURN 1114 Design for Journalists.
The purpose of this course is to acquaint students with concepts and functions of journalism and the related industries of advertising and public relations in American society.
Prerequisite: Journalism 1111 (C055), 1112 (0150), 2501 (0234), 3502 (0337) and permission of Journalism Broadcast Sequence Director and WRTI News Director.
www.temple.edu /bulletin/ugradbulletin/ucd/ucd_journalism.html   (2440 words)

  
 journalism fact sheet
Journalism prepares you to discover, interpret, evaluate and present information through methods of communicating effectively with others.
Because of its role in transmitting values and information, journalism is an essential element in a democratic society.
Nearly all upper division courses (numbered 300 and above) required in major and minor programs are available only to students who have completed prerequisite courses with grades of C or above and whose total and resident grade-point averages are 2.5 or above.
www.uwec.edu /Admissions/facts/journal.htm   (422 words)

  
 UW-Madison School of Journalism & Mass Communication-Undergraduates
At least 80 credits must be taken outside journalism per College of Letters and Science regulations, so students who take more than 40 credits in journalism will need additional credits over 120 to graduate.
Journalism courses taken in non-UW-Madison study abroad programs or transferred from other universities will not count toward this requirement.
Journalism courses or courses cross-listed into Journalism cannot apply toward either requirement.
www.journalism.wisc.edu /undergrad/degree.html   (380 words)

  
 Journalism   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The difference between literature and journalism is that journalism is unreadable, and literature is not read.
Journalism Section at Writers Write Links to journalism jobs, resources for journalists, news and media links and a message board for journalists.
U of Iowa: Journalism and Mass Communication Comprehensive links to general resources, working journalist's resources, cyberjournalism, gender and race in mass communication, communication and media law resources, news sources, schools and colleges, journalism magazines online, listservs and online newsletters, and journalism job resources.
faculty.frostburg.edu /engl/gartner/journ.htm   (991 words)

  
 Journalism
Journalism is vital to the operation of a democracy, because it furnishes the information that citizens must have to participate in their own governance.
Journalism students may pursue a Bachelor of Science degree in Journalism or Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism, Journalism-Advertising, or Journalism-Public Relations.
Journalism majors must earn a grade of C or better in each journalism course.
www.shsu.edu /catalog/jrn.html   (1444 words)

  
 News analysts, reporters, and correspondents
Examples of journalism courses are introductory mass media, basic reporting and copy editing, history of journalism, and press law and ethics.
In addition, journalism scholarships, fellowships, and assistantships awarded to college journalism students by universities, newspapers, foundations, and professional organizations are helpful.
Journalism graduates have the background for work in closely related fields such as advertising and public relations, and many take jobs in these fields.
www.bls.gov /oco/ocos088.htm   (2084 words)

  
 Journalism
Journalism is a hands-on, professionally oriented major that involves gathering, interpreting, distilling, and reporting information to audiences through a variety of media.
Journalism majors learn about every conceivable kind of Journalism (including magazine, newspaper, online journalism, photojournalism, broadcast journalism, and public relations).
Finally, take note: at universities with elite Journalism programs, time-consuming weed-out courses abound and you must be formally accepted into the Journalism program, which can be ridiculously difficult and competitive.
www.princetonreview.com /college/research/majors/majorBasics.asp?majorID=153   (236 words)

  
 Journalism
Journalism is the gathering, interpretation, and presentation of information upon which we base our decisions.
Such information may be breaking news such as war, or disaster, or it may provide insight into the triumphs and tragedies of the human condition.
Students will demonstrate understanding of, and ability to apply, principles and practice of journalism law and ethics, including development of personal standards and an analytical system for resolving ethical conflict.
www.hpu.edu /index.cfm?section=undergrad895   (313 words)

  
 World-Wide Web Resources - Journalism
Journalism Jobs (J-JOBS), University of California at Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism provides job opportunities in magazine, tv/radio, newspaper, freelance or educational publishing venues.
Journalism UK (United Kingdom), links to print media sources with the United Kingdom, aimed at print journalists writing for magazines or journalists based in the United Kingdom.
American Journalism Review, includes a comprehensive guide to journalism resources on the WWW, along with a guide to grants and fellowships available to journalists.
www.uky.edu /Subject/journalism.html   (2430 words)

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