• Events in April

    Tuesday, April 1st

    WSJ’s David Ho on What Mobile Means for You

    The Wall Street Journal's mobile editor will talk about the skills journalists need in the mobile era.

    Location: Room 308

    Thursday, April 3rd

    Group Fitness

    Join a 'zumba-like' fitness class. We will work out to choreography as our instructor leads us through easy-to-follow moves.

    Location: Room 308

    Class of 2014 Capstone Orientation

    Prof. Emily Laber-Warren, director of the Health & Science Reporting Program, will give a rundown of capstone guidelines for students from the Class of 2014. Pizza lunch will be provided.

    Location: Room 308

    Saturday, April 5th

    New York Portfolio Review – Part II

    The event will once again bring together 150 photographers who will have their worked critiqued by photo editors, museum curators, and other photo professionals.

    Location: CUNY Graduate School of Journalism

    Sunday, April 6th

    New York Portfolio Review – Part II

    The event will once again bring together 150 photographers who will have their worked critiqued by photo editors, museum curators, and other photo professionals.

    Location: CUNY Graduate School of Journalism

    Monday, April 7th

    StoryTour: Stories about Design and Innovation

    NYC Entrepreneurial Journalism and Media Meetup Come enjoy an evening of storytelling from experts in design thinking and media innovation! Hosted by startup StoryTour, in...

    Location: CUNY Graduate School of Journalism

    Tuesday, April 8th

    Fall Electives Info Session

    Class of 2014: Come hear faculty members discuss elective courses for the fall semester.

    Location: Room 308

    Monday, April 14th

    Dissection C Workshop: Measuring Impact in Media

    Join the Center for Investigative Reporting for this workshop devoted to deepening our sense of what media impact is, how to measure it, and why it matters.

    Location: CUNY Graduate School of Journalism

    Tuesday, April 15th

    Dissection C Workshop: Measuring Impact in Media

    Join the Center for Investigative Reporting for this workshop devoted to deepening our sense of what media impact is, how to measure it, and why it matters.

    Location: CUNY Graduate School of Journalism

    Tuesday, April 22nd

    NY Press Club Event: Storytelling 2.0

    “Storytelling.” All the cool kids are doing it, across old media, new media, longform, short-form, in newsrooms, in real-time, by journalists, by brand, by buzzword-wielding...

    Location: Room 308

    Wednesday, April 23rd

    Self Defense with Sensei George

    Join our own Sensei George -- aka Jiri Cermak of the Campus Facilities staff -- for a class that includes basic self-defense and overall street awareness strategies.

    Location: Room 308

    Thursday, April 24th

    NABJ Mixer

    Fellowship mixer for students from the CUNY, Columbia, and NYU chapters of the National Association of Black Journalists. All students are welcome.

    Location: Room 308

    Saturday, April 26th

    Open House for Admitted Students

    A one-day introduction to the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism for students admitted to the Class of 2015.

    Location: CUNY Graduate School of Journalism

    Monday, April 28th

    Ethnic Entrepreneurship & Starting Up Strong

    The J-School's NAHJ chapter and the Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism present a discussion on launching a viable, sustainable media enterprise.

    Location: Fox News Latino at Fox News Headquarters — 1221 Ave. of the Americas — New York, NY

    Tuesday, April 29th

    Yoga at the J-School

    The Office of Student Affairs invites students, faculty, staff, and alumni to take free yoga classes in Room 308.

    Location: Room 308

    Wednesday, April 30th

    Chinese Media Censorship & Social Media

    Chinese Media Censorship & Social Media with Ying Zhu and Jason Q. Ng Though often described with foreboding buzzwords such as “The Great Firewall” and...

    Location: The CUNY Graduate Center, 5th Ave. and 34th St., Room C197