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Steve Coll, the new dean of Columbia Journalism School, speaks to Alumni and others, discusses his plans for how he'll shape the future of the school and its programs. He will then take questions from graduates and others.
Log-in to listen and send questions via or the online chat or phone in to listen. Prospective students will be welcomed, also.
This program will be featuring Journalism Resources Subject Tracer that is featured in my current V12N8 August 2014 Awareness Watch monthly newsletter. This Internet Annotated Link Dataset Compilation is dedicated to the latest and most competent resources for Journalism available over the Internet. With the constant addition of new and pertinent information coming online every second it is very easy to go into information overload. The true key is to be able to find the important journalism resources and sites both in the visible and invisible World Wide Web. The following selected journalism resources and sites offer excellent knowledge and information discovery sources to help you accomplish your research and discovery goals! We will also discussing my latest freely available Awareness Watch Newsletter V12N8 August 2014 featuring Journalism Reources and my freely available August 2014 Zillman Column with the topic of Agricultural Resources On the Internet. You may call in to ask your questions at (718)508-9839. The show is live and thirty minutes in length starting at 2:00pm EST on Saturday, August 23, 2014 and then archived for easy review and access. Listen, Call and Enjoy!!
Join us on Friday, December 14 at 3:00pm EST for a discussion about the Columbia Journalism School's Master of Arts degree program. Join Dean Nicholas Lemann, Dean of Student Affairs Ernest Sotomayor and professor James B. Stewart as they talk about our M.A. program, including curriculum, admission, and what sets it apart from our Master of Science program. Call in to listen and ask questions via our chat.
Join us on Tuesday, June 17 at noon Eastern when the next broadcast of Studio SPJ will feature two of the people who've assembled the programs for our upcoming Excellence in Journalism Conference on Sept. 4-6 in Nashville.
Amy Tardif, station and news manager for WGCU in Fort Myers, Florida and Scott Leadingham, SPJ's director of education and the editor of Quill Magazine, will give us a preview of what's in store for this year's convention, which takes place at Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center.
This year's convention is another collaboration between the Radio Television Digital News Association and the Society of Professional Journalists.
Click here for more information on the conference.
Is Bogotá the new Harlem? Could be, if you ask Bonnie DeShong and Ja'Vonne Harley. “Each week we’re going to highlight a destination that’s rich in black history and we recently discovered that Columbia is one of those destinations,” say The Traveling Eye hosts. “Columbia has the Amazon, so there’s dense jungle, but there are also the coast lines, both the Pacific Ocean and the Carribbean Sea. They have great beaches and food and cultural diversity, including Africans who came over through slavery,” adds Bonnie. “Now, African history there certainly wasn’t the first thing that came to mind, but in 1992 there was an estimate that Afro-Columbians comprise up to 21 percent of the entire population in Columbia.”
Ali M. Mattu, Ph.D., Instructor of Medical Psychology in Psychiatry, Columbia University Clinic for Anxiety and Related Disorders (CUCARD)
He will be discussing the history, diagnosis, epidemiology/prevalence, presentation/symptoms, etiology/causes, and treatment of hair pulling disorder
To reach CUCARD for treatment in New York City (http://www.anxietytreatmentnyc.org/; 212-246-5740
National Trichotillomania Association http://www.trich.org/, on twitter at @tlcBFRB
The Hair-Pulling Problem: A Complete Guide to Trichotillomania: http://www.amazon.com/The-Hair-Pulling-Problem-Complete-Trichotillomania/dp/0195149424.
For kids, there’s The Hair Pulling "Habit" and You: How to Solve the Trichotillomania Puzzle: http://www.amazon.com/The-Hair-Pulling-Habit-Trichotillomania/dp/0967305020.
For parents, A Parent Guide to Hair Pulling Disorder: Effective Parenting Strategies for Children with Trichotillomania: http://www.amazon.com/Parent-Guide-Hair-Pulling-Disorder/dp/0615657400.
To listen to any of our previous episodes on topics such as OCD, eating disorders or substance abuse, please go to blogtalkradio.com/columbiapsychiatrynyspi
Join us Tuesday Oct. 9 at Noon EST for a discussion about the new Columbia Journalism School Master of Science curriculum to be launched in Fall 2013. Join Dean Nicholas Lemann and Academic Dean Bill Grueskin as they talk about why we're revising the curriculum, and how it will make our program even stronger. Call in to listen or follow the session online and ask questions via our chat. Hosted by Dean of Student Affairs, Ernest R. Sotomayor.
In the Pickle Barrel will be LIve in the State Capitol of South Carolina, Columbia.
Richland County Republican Party Chair, Eaddy Willard, will be joining me as co-host. St. Treasurer Curtis Loftis, Jr will join us, followed by one of the best State Senators in the country, Senator Katrina Frye Shealy.
Want to know what is happening in the Capitol? Want to know what going on with the top issues in South Carolina? Want to know what's going to pass and what will be left on the table when the SC Reps and Senators go home this week?
Then jump In the Pickle Barrel Thursday, June 5th at 7am-8:30am.
Jerry Pippin gives his impression of Pay per Click Journalism.
Internal documents obtained by WW show that a quota system is being put in place that calls for steep increases in posting to Oregonlive.com, and promises compensation for those employees who post most often.
The new policy, shown to the editorial staff in a PowerPoint presentation in late February, provides that as much as 75 percent of reporters’ job performance will be based on measurable web-based metrics, including how often they post to Oregonlive.com.
Beat reporters will be expected to post at least three times a day, and all reporters are expected to increase their average number of posts by 40 percent over the next year.
The Columbia Memorial Space Center is a hands-on learning center that is dedicated to bringing the wonder and excitement of space science to children of all ages. We also serve as the national memorial for the Space Shuttle Columbia’s seven crew members, lost in 2003. Located in Downey, California, we strive to be the most accessible space science center in the Los Angeles area.
I worked at Rockwell International in my past life and spent about 3 years in Downey so revisiting the Museum brings back many memories. I was working for Rockwell the day Space Shuttle Challenger disaster occurred on January 28, 1986, when Space Shuttle Challenger (mission STS-51-L) broke apart 73 seconds into its flight, leading to the deaths of its seven crew members.
We have 2 very knowledgeable Activity Specialist who will be your interviewees, Richard 'Rick' O'Connor and Jose Carrillo. Both are veteran staff with us at the Columbia Memorial Space Center and are very knowledgeable of all our exhibits and programs that we offer. They are often leads in creating new programs and assist with the coordination of our special events.
August 26, 2014, 6pm CDT
Joe Manjone, Assistant Provost for Special Programs
Nickie Cooper, Director of Continuing Education
Call in with your questions (646) 478-5814
Did you know that CSU had a Continuing Education Department?
The Department of Continuing Education at Columbia Southern University is committed to a program of public service, outreach and continuing education, to share its resources with the workforce to enhance the intellectual capital of all those in need of or who desire lifelong learning and development.
A variety of services are offered through this new department, including:
Continuing Education Classes
Conference Management Services
CEU Provider Service
Tune into CSU Talk Radio on Tuesday, August 26, 2014 at 6 p.m. CST to learn more about this new department, details of the services they offer, what is in store for the remainder of 2014, and how continuing education can benefit you!