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Webcasts and conversations from Columbia Journalism School in NYC.

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Columbia J-school's MA in Arts and Culture program presents the first in a series of interviews with intriguing artists in various fields. Gary Shteyngart, whose most recent novel, "Absurdistan," was chosen as one of the 10 best books of 2006 by... more

Already comfortable on Twitter? Ready to take it to the next level? This webcast will show you how to become more efficient and get the most value out of the microblogging service. We'll take your calls and e-mails. Be sure to see the... more

Columbia Journalism School presents.... Still skeptical about Twitter? Or ready to use it, but not sure how to make the most of it? Either way, this webcast is for you. We'll take your calls and e-mails. Be sure to see the tips at Prof.... more

Have last minute questions about the Master of Arts program? Join the Office of Admission & Career Services, current M.A. students, and alum in a conversation about this exciting 9-month program.

Columbia Journalism School presents a conversation about the school's Master of Arts program in specialized journalism (reporting about the arts, business, science, politics). Join Nicholas Lemann, Dean, author and New Yorker... more

Columbia Journalism School’s admission office is hosting an admissions information session for prospective students. The deadline to apply for the M.S. and Ph.D. program is December 15, 2009. The deadline to apply for the M.A.... more

Columbia Journalism School presents a conversation with Prof. David Hajdu, who teaches arts journalism and is the music critic of The New Republic. He'll discuss his new collection of essays, "Heroes & Villains," which is about a wide-range... more

Columbia Journalism School presents a conversation with HELEN BENEDICT, a professor who teaches literary nonfiction, among other courses here. We will discuss her latest novel, the art of narrative journalism and the intersection... more

Columbia Journalism School presents Advanced Google Docs & Cloud Computing for Journalists. Get the latest tips and tricks about Google Docs, the suite of web-based, collaborative computing services that many journalists are using... more

Columbia Graduate School of Journalism presents a special webcast to talk about the Case Method, a powerful new tool available for journalism teachers, to help them train students to think like newsroom managers and industry... more
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