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Towson University’s Center for Student Diversity will be hosting two Graduate School Prep Workshops this week. You can attend and learn about the grad school process.
The same workshop will be held for 2 different sessions. Here are dates, times and location:
- Tuesday, May 5 from 12-1 p.m.
- Wednesday, May 6 from 3-4 p.m.
- Both sessions will be held in room 313 in the University Union.
This story published in the Sunday, April 29 NY Times is written in the WSJ method. Notice that the writer starts with an anecdotal lead, expands the story and then circles back to that person in the lead at the end. It’s an interesting trend story about working adults abusing Adderall.
The Chesapeake Broadcasters Association is offering a $2500 scholarship for sophomores, juniors and seniors who are attending colleges in Maryland and D.C. Details and rules can be found at www.capba.org. The application deadline is May 1, 2015.
If you’re interested in pursuing a career in broadcast news, you may want to check out these internships. Click here to find out more.
Looks like there is no stipend, so this internship would be best for students who live in the DC area.
The Society of Professional Journalists student group will sponsor a screening of the film, “A Fragile Trust: Plagiarism, Power, and Jayson Blair at the New York Times” at 5 P.M. Wednesday, Feb. 18, in VB204.
Viewing of the one hour film will be followed by a discussion led by Towson University adjunct faculty member Bill Toohey, who teaches Media Ethics classes. Professor Toohey is the director of communications for the Governor’s Office of Crime Control and Prevention. He formerly held broadcast jobs in New York for 20 years.
Faculty and students are invited. Snow date is Wednesday, Feb. 25.