There’s a piece of advice that still guides renowned journalist Bob Woodward’s decades-long career as an investigative reporter: Go to the scene.
As part of the School of Media and Public Affairs continued efforts to expand and progress, Director Frank Sesno announced this month that the School is growing its National Council for Media and Public Affairs with an exceptional group of new members. Joining the Council are Chuck Todd, Sam Feist, Susan Smirnoff, Cornell Belcher, and Charles Minton. The new Council members—all leaders in their respective fields—will join the Director’s advisory board for the school and work to address issues affecting the growth and development of SMPA.
The Center for Public Integrity, an award-winning, non-profit, nonpartisan, investigative newsroom in the nation’s capital, is pleased to offer new or recent graduates of four journalism schools –
Distinguished Fellow Tara Sonenshine to Give Testimony to British House of Lords Select Committee on Soft Power
Tara Sonenshine, former Under Secretary of State for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs, and currently a Distinguished Fellow at the School of Media and Public Affairs, will address the United Kingdom’s House of Lords “Select Committee on Soft Power and the UK’s Influence” via videotape today at 5:15 pm London time (12:15 pm, Washington time).
Applications are open for the Fall 2014 academic year at the School of Media & Public Affairs (SMPA).
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The School of Media and Public Affairs seeks a full-time Director of Communications and Marketing.
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If you have been accepted to the freshmen class (2017 undergraduate) for the School of Media and Public Affairs, join us for a special event designed just for you!
SMPA is honored to host and co-sponsor this year’s JCamp for minority high school journalists.
As part of a summer course called "Information and Communication Technology and Collective Action," Professor Steven Livingston and a group of SMPA students are in Kenya examining the use of digita