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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.
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.
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.
From November of 2011: They share the hazards, smell the smells; all that is needed so that those at home may understand what their countrymen are doing in the far reaches of the world on their behalf.
The best know that to tell a story, you have to be in it. Sometimes, the story catches up with them.
Our guest for the full hour will be Kimberly Dozier, foreign correspondent for CBS News Radio specializing in the Middle East from the disputed territories of Israel to the war in Afghanistan and the hunt for Osama bin Laden.
She reported on the war in Iraq from 2003 until she was injured by a car bomb in 2006. She recently returned to Afghanistan and Pakistan as an Intelligence/Counterterrorism correspondent for the Associated Press.
She is also the author of Breathing the Fire, the story of her recovery from her injuries in 2006.
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.
David Kuhn, PhD and renonowned autism expext Catherine Lord, PhD will discuss
What are the critical developmental milestones that children should meet before the age of 18 months?
Failure to meet which of these milestones would be a "red flag" for seeking professional help?
What does autism look like in a toddler?
If a parent suspects that their child is experiencing a developmental delay or autistic-like symptoms, who should he/she contact first?
Who is qualified to access autism, and what should a parent expect from the process?
If my child is diagnosed with autism, what types of services will they need?
For information on the Center for Autism and the Developing Brain at NewYork-Presbyterian/Westchester Division
Please call Tel.: (914) 997-5848 or go to http://nyp.org/services/cadb-patient-family-care.html
To listen to any of our previous 50 blog talk shows on topics such as substance abuse, OCD, and child and adolescent mental health
please go to blogtalkradio.com/columbiapsychiatrynyspi
Todays speakers are Steven Roose, M.D. Director of Late Life Depression Research Clinic and Bret Rutherford, MD Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry
1. Placebo response has many sources in clinical trials for psychiatric disorders, and we will describe each of these sources before moving on to discuss how they interact and combine to form the observed placebo response.
2. Some, but not all, sources of placebo response have significant implications for the treatment of patients with psychiatric disorders, and we will discuss these with future directions for research.
3. Interesting similarities and differences in placebo response occur between psychiatric disorders, which can be informative about both the mechanisms of action of placebo response as well as the pathophysiology of the disorder in question
For more information about our research programs and clinical services, please contact them at:(646) 774-8664
To read Dr. Rutherford's recently published paper on the role of patient expectancy of Placebo and Nocebo effects in antideressant trials
To listen to any of our archived blogtalk show on topics such as eating disorders, substance abuse or OCD please go to blogtalkradio.com/columbiapsychiatrynyspi
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