On Thursday, please join us for a ‘pop-up’ event— Reporting Ebola, with journalist Jeff Stern T’07 (Public Policy and Policy Journalism & Media Studies) and moderated by Prof. Ken Rogerson. Jeff’s reporting was published in the October issue of Vanity Fair: Hell in the Hot Zone. Also see Stern’s personal website for more of his reporting and photographs from Afghanistan. Feel free to spread the word! The event is in the Sanford School, 3-4 pm, Room 05. More Info.
Arts+Media: Google Hangout LIVE. Join alumni from Google, NBC TODAY Show, and Al Jazeera America. Hosted by Duke Union, Career Center Global ED, Alumni Association and DukeArts. #artstigators. Von Canon, Bryan Center.Thur Sept 25, 3-4 pm
No Illusions: The Voices of Russia's Future Leaders Ellen Mickiewicz Book. Sanford School, Fleishman CommonsThu Oct 2: 6-8pm
DEMAN 101 Workshop. Career center staff and alumni will host an e-portfolio (for journalism and media students!), networking and resume workshop for students.Wed Oct 29
DEMAN Weekend Duke Entertainment, Media and the Arts will host a series of events featuring alumni in the arts and media.Mon Nov 10: noon-1:30 pm
Ethan Bronner, deputy national editor, NYT, will discuss the current Israeli-Palestinian crisis. Hosted by the Duke Center for Jewish Studies, cosponsored by DeWitt Wallace Center and Sanford School. RSVP for student lunch. Public event, time TBA, Fleishman Commons, Sanford SchoolSat Nov 22: 1-2:30 pm
Zeidman Colloquium: Media Coverage of the 2014 Elections. Panelists will include Nate Silver, fivethirtyeight.com; and Molly Ball, The Atlantic. Public Event in Fleishman Commons, Sanford School. Contact for more info
Events info: Shelley Stonecipher Archive of Past Events