Spring course offers publication opportunities for students

Investigatebanner1Learn investigative, in-depth and project reporting skills across media platforms.  This class covers the use of databases, documents, financial and survey data, geographic information systems and other journalism tools.
Students create high-level stories essential for job applications by reporting for three professional news organizations:
The Food Fix, which reports on food system innovations and problems of the developing world.
Capital News Service, which reports on Michigan government and political issues.
Great Lakes Echo, which reports on environmental issues in the Great Lakes states and provinces.
Check out JRN 801 – Multiple Media Reporting II for Spring 2018.  Meeting times currently are Fridays from 10:20 a.m. – 2:10 p.m.
If you are interested in the course, but cannot make this day and time, it may be moved.  Please let Dave Poulson (poulson@msu.edu) know if you are interested.

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