Spots Available for CSPL 129/ WRCT 261, Topics in Journalism: Disruption, Truth, and the Future of News

There may be one or two places open in CSPL 129/ WRCT 261: Topics in Journalism: Disruption, Truth, and the Future of News. The course is offered by Lawrence Roberts, distinguished Koeppel journalist and three-time winner of the Pulitzer Prize. Students interested in applying for a place in the course should read the course description on WesMaps and submit a statement of interest in the course.

Applications are due by Thursday, January 26th at 5 p.m. You can view the course description here. Please send your statement to Professor Anne Greene (agreene(at)wesleyan.edu) who will send the material to Professor Roberts.

About Lawrence Roberts:

Lawrence Roberts is a Washington, D.C. journalist who has worked in newspapers and online news for more than 30 years. Now with Bloomberg News, he was formerly the business editor and investigations editor of The Washington Post, executive editor of the Huffington Post Investigative Fund and projects editor of The Hartford Courant. In print journalism, Roberts has been a leader on teams that have been honored with three Pulitzer Prizes. Roberts also has extensive experience in the transformation of news on the Internet.

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