This panel discussion, chaired by Dr. Todd Wolfson – Associate Professor of Journalism and Media Studies at Rutgers University and expert on media activism, will examine how advocacy and activism persist in this age of misinformation and political polarization. He will be joined by Atlanta-based activists Genesis Be, an independent artist and social justice activist;… more »
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The Center for Global Information Studies hosted its second fall semester panel on Oct. 11 and welcomed more than 80 guests to hear journalism experts discuss “Practicing Journalism in the Age of Fake News.” Moderated by Maria Repnikova, assistant professor in the Department of Communication at Georgia State and director of CGIS, the panel considered… more »
On October 18th, RSA at GSU hosted an activity in recognition of the 2017 National Day on Writing. This annual event celebrates writing in all of its forms and for all of its purposes. At the RSA at GSU table, participants were invited to make #WhyIWrite posters, and to share their posters on social media.… more »
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Don’t miss out on this awesome & timely event, as five distinguished journalism professionals talk about the challenges of fake news and the “post-truth” era of journalism. See the flyer below for details.
On September 16-17, the Georgia State Debate Society welcomed over 400 students, professors, and coaches from around the country for its annual National Debate Tournament. Competitors debated the controversial topic of whether the United States Federal Government should establish national health insurance. Though all competitors put forth a valiant effort, the University of Kansas defeated… more »