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Columbia Journalism School presents a conversation about career services and student services/ student life at the J-school. SPEAKERS: Ernest Sotomayor, Asst. Dean for Career Services and Melanie Huff, Asst. Dean of Students. Call in with your questions or e-mail them to email@example.com. See our full lineup of webcasts: http://bit.ly/columbiawebcasts
TIPS FROM DEAN SOTOMAYOR:
Prepping for Jschool: http://bit.ly/Zuivd
Getting started on your career planning: http://bit.ly/D4UsM
Who came to our Career Expo: http://bit.ly/hjDc1
Spring Calendar: http://bit.ly/wfAAb
Our internship policy: http://bit.ly/se9OV
Newly-admitted students are encouraged to listen in as administrators and the current class president answer questions sent via e-mail and chatroom about the Journalism School. Send your questions in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org or during the discussion.
Columbia Journalism School invites you to a conversation with Prof. David Hajdu. He teaches arts journalism and is the music critic of The New Republic and author of the highly-acclaimed “The 10-cent Plague” (DavidHajdu.com). He'll discuss his latest book, his career and how he sees the world of arts journalism from his perch at Columbia.
Send questions in advance to dos[at]jrn.columbia.edu (subject line = webcast / Hajdu) or ask them via the live chatroom.
Columbia Journalism School invites you to a conversation with Brian McDonald. He's an alum and author of four books in 10 years. He has one of our more unusual backgrounds. He came to the school at 40, when he was a bartender at the legendary bar, "Elaine's." His latest book is a memoir, "Last Call at Elaine's." He'll discuss his books, the writer's life and about what he learned at Columbia J-school. More on him at www.BrianMcDonald.info - send your questions in advance: email@example.com
Columbia Journalism School invites you to join a conversation about the Part-time Program - a rigorous, yet flexible, way to earn an M.S. degree in Journalism in two years. Prof. Laura Muha, Interim Director of the Part-time Program, will explain how it all works. Send your questions in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org
Columbia Journalism School invites you a conversation with Prof. Joshua Friedman, who directs our programs for international students. A two-time winner of the Pulitzer Prize, he also teaches international reporting at the school. We'll discuss being a foreign correspondent and how international students can best prepare for Columbia. He joins us from Barcelona, Spain, where he's on a speaking trip. Send your questions in advance: email@example.com (subject line=webcast)
Two back-to-back chats of 30 minutes each. Dean Nicholas Lemann talks about the school. Then Dean Evan Cornog, director of the Columbia Journalism School M.A. Program, will answer questions and talk about the program. Please send your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org (subject line = webcast / Dean) in advance or via the live chatroom.
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