International JournalismMS-094Hamline University1536 Hewitt AvenueSaint Paul, MN 55104
Suda IshidaProgram Director651firstname.lastname@example.org
Goals: To provide experience in international journalism via a student internship with a local media partner and to reflect upon the practice of public journalism as a means of engagement with various audiences.Content: Students conduct media shadowing and a formal internship in print, audio, video, or online journalism. Class sessions contextualize the internship and allow students to share, compare, and analyze their internship experiences.Taught: Annually, in the fall semester.Prerequisites: Acceptance into the certificate in international journalism program or permission of instructor.Credits: 4 credits
Goals: To produce an independent media project in some area of international journalism for public dissemination.Content: In consultation with the instructor, students take primary responsibility for developing, researching, and producing a piece of print, radio, television, and/or online journalism.Taught: Annually (by arrangement).Prerequisite: Advanced standing in the certificate in international journalism program and permission of instructor (submission of independent study form signed by instructor and certificate in international journalism program director).Credits: 4 credits
Religion Professor Mark Berkson will speak on animal ethics as part of a panel at Common Ground Meditation Center on Thursday, June 27, from 7 - 9 p.m.
Two Hamline Class of 2013 graduates, Angela Lesnak and Carly Braun, have been selected to receive one of twenty highly selective Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK) foundation scholarships.
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