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2001-2002
MIJE Program Dates

Cross-Media Journalism
January 5-12, 2002, UC Berkeley

Time-Out III:
June 2 - August 3,
AP bureaus nationwide


Editing:
May 29 - July 6th

Management Training Center: July 22 - August 25th

Total Community Coverage:
April 24-27th, Detroit Free Press

May 8-11th, Ledger Enquirer, Columbus, GA




Graduation Remarks
By Bill Connolly at the Editing Program Graduation exercises at The University of California at Berkeley - July 6, 2001.
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History Project Event

"Telling It Like It Is, Part II"
Thursday, February 15th at Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture.
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MIJE Email
Email us at mije@maynardije.org




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Spotlight Shines on Cross-Media Journalists


After two decades as a radio journalist, Wendell Harper of KPFA in Berkeley, Calif., felt it was time to learn some new media skills. Jeffrey Harjo, media coordinator of Oklahoma's Absentee Shawntee News newspaper, wanted to learn how to move his print content onto the Web. Both were among the 15 journalists who recently completed the Maynard Institute Cross Media Journalism training program at USC Annenberg School of Journalism in March. More.

Announcing The Charles Jackson Fellowship

Charles Jackson's 35-year career spanned the whole of print journalism, from The Dallas Weekly to The Washington Post, including award-winning coverage at the Oakland Tribune. As the director of programs for the Robert C. Maynard Institute for Journalism Education, he oversaw the transition of bringing training programs into the digital age. Jackson was an influential African American journalist, a sharp editor and gentle mentor who pushed newspapers nationwide to embrace people of all colors and cultures. He died March 7th in San Francisco at the age of 55. In his memory, The Charles Jackson Fellowship will be awarded annually on a competitive basis to enable a working journalist to attend a Maynard Institute editing, cross-media or management training program.

Updated information regarding the Charles Jackson Fellowship may be obtained by calling 510.891.9202.

Please forward contributions to:

The Charles Jackson Fellowship
Robert C. Maynard Institute for Journalism Education 409 - 13th Street, 9th Floor
Oakland, CA 94612

Please make checks payable to:

Maynard Institute for Journalism Education

Include notation: Charles Jackson Fellowship

The Maynard Institute has been designated as a tax exempt organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Service code. Donations to the Maynard Institute are tax deductible as allowed by law.