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    Tuesday, April 4th

    Journalists and Objectivity in the Age of Trump

    A media panel will wrestle with questions that have surfaced as a result of Trump's election, such as: Are journalists observers who must remain neutral? Should they be able to protest like other citizens?

    Location: Room 308

    Thursday, April 6th

    The Trace: Reporting on the Gun Violence Crisis in America

    Ben Hallman, deputy editor of TheTrace.org, talks about the creation of this independent nonprofit journalism startup, its editorial work, and its sustainability model.

    Location: Room 330

    Saturday, April 8th

    CUNY J+: Photoshop 101

    This hands-on, full-day workshop is for Photoshop beginners who want to learn the number one software for image editing, retouching and transforming.

    Location: CUNY Graduate School of Journalism

    Tuesday, April 18th

    CUNY J+: Fact-Checking Techniques

    In this 2.5 hour evening workshop, you will learn how to fact check using the accuracy checklist, how to verify user-generated content, and how not to be fooled by fake news.

    Location: CUNY Graduate School of Journalism

    Wednesday, April 19th

    Entrepreneurial Journalism Demo Night

    Learn about new and innovative journalism organizations at the April Entrepreneurial Journalism meetup. 6:15 – 6:30 pm: Doors Open and Light Snacks 6:30pm – 8:00pm:...

    Location: CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, 219 West 40th Street, Room 308, New York, NY

    Tuesday, April 25th

    Meet Watson’s Boss: IBM’s David Kenny

    David Kenny, the head of IBM's Watson, will discuss the impact of artificial intelligence on journalism with CUNY J-School's Jeff Jarvis.

    Location: Room 308

    Thursday, April 27th

    Extracting the Full Potential from Data Journalism

    This talk by John Burn-Murdoch, a senior data-visualization journalist at the Financial Times, explores what data journalism is -- and isn't -- in 2017.

    Location: Room 440