On the map below you will find location of the main talk; location of live feeds (indicated by TV screens) and the protest.
September 24, 2007
September 23, 2007
[Another in our “Notes From…” series - short notes by volunteers summarizing various events around the school, to help those of us who didn’t/couldn’t attend. Watch for several other “Notes From…” throughout the year. If you have one, send it in! Or let us know in advance that you’d like to do one; or after the event, too. You can see the master list of all the “Notes From” items here.]
On Sunday, Sept. 23, 2007, a day before the controversial talk on campus by Iranian president Ahmadinejad, two J-schoolers covered the event below.
Protests Start Early Against Ahmadinejad’s Columbia Speech
By Mohammad Al-Kassim (malkassim at gmail) and Anup Kaphle (anupkaphle at gmail)
September 13, 2007
TECH JAM SESSIONS: Learn a technology in 20 minutes with Sree Sreenivasan
ALL LEVELS OF EXPERTISE WELCOME, NO RSVP.
Topics to come: Google Docs & other collaborative software; avoiding RSI and other computer-related injuries; your topic here.
September 4, 2007
FOREIGN PRESS ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP FUND
333 East 46th Street, Suite 1K
New York, NY 10017
ATTENTION: FOREIGN GRADUATE STUDENTS OF JOURNALISM
The Foreign Press Association is offering a minimum of three scholarships to
foreign graduate students of journalism in the United States, one for
$10,000.00, one for $7,500.00 and the other for $5,000.00. The awards are
meant to encourage the pursuit of a career in journalism focusing on
From: “Jane Reilly, OPC Foundation”
Overseas Press Club Foundation Scholarships
Graduate and undergraduate students, studying at American colleges and
universities, who aspire to become foreign correspondents, are invited
to apply for one of twelve $2,000 scholarships to be awarded by the
Overseas Press Club Foundation.
COLUMBIA J-SCHOOL CALENDARS PAGE HAS MOVED!