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00137-Enews jan2005

00137-Enews jan2005

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January 2005 Contents: Upcoming Events at the J-school Other Upcoming Bay Area events Upcoming Alumni events: San Francisco Upcoming Alumni events: Washington, DC Watch the new season of FRONTLINE/World with work of four J-schoolAlums! Professional Opportunities, Grants, Job Fairs and Workshops Admissions Interviewers Needed/ College Visits Alumni News Bay Area Alums: Come audit courses at the J-school this spring! New and Improved Online Alumni database =================================================== 
Upcoming J-School Events: 
Wednesday, January 26 6:30pm - 7:30pm, North Gate Library, UC Berkeley The Creation of The Media: Paul Starr 
Paul Starr is Professor of Sociology at Princeton University and co-editor of The American Prospect. He is the author of The SocialTransformation of American Medicine, winner of the 1984 Pulitzer Prizefor Nonfiction, Bancroft Prize in American History, C. Wright MillsAward, and James Hamilton Prize of the American College of Healthcare Executives. Professor Starr's new book, The Creation of theMedia, is scheduled for publication by Basic Books in March 2004. Astudy of the shaping of communications in Europe and the UnitedStates from the seventeenth to the mid-twentieth centuries, the bookargues that political decisions from the founding of the republic led toAmerica's comparative advantage in communications and to theAmerican media's considerable power. Professor Starr has writtenextensively on American society, politics, and public policy. In 1990,with Robert Kuttner and Robert Reich, he co-founded The AmericanProspect, a liberal magazine about politics, policy, and ideas. Publishedquarterly in its early years, the magazine now appears monthly andhas a print circulation of more than 50,000 as well as two activewebsites: http://www.prospect.org and http://www.movingideas.org.Introduction by Mark Danner, Professor at the Graduate School of 
 
Journalism 
**No tickets required. 
Please check out our Web site for full event details and an archive of past events: http://journalism.berkeley.edu/events/ =================================================== 
Other Bay Area Events
: 
Wednesday, January 12 
6:30pm-8:30 pm, Gordon Biersch Brewery, 2 Harrison Street , SanFrancisco 
SPJ's Monthly Mixer with Chance Martin and Doug Ferrari 
Get a new view of San Francisco's infamous homelessness crisis at SPJNorCal's January mixer. Chance Martin, editor of San Francisco'sStreetSheet, will talk about its unique perspective in covering homelessnessissues, usually written by writers with first-person experience. SanFrancisco's Street Sheet is the oldest street newspaper worldwide, andhas broken numerous stories since its launch 16 years ago, includingan investigation of a lavish expense account run up by a homelesscenter director who was also cutting budgets for an indigent foodprogram. That coverage resulted in the director's dismissal. A 2001story, called "Blood on the Clownsuit" publicized the homeless plight of famed comedian Doug Ferrari, which led to Chronicle coverage andthen Ferrari's friends coming to his aid. Now back on the comedycircuit, Ferrari and his wife Beth Ferrari are the brains behind a newpolitical humor column in Street Sheet that will be written, on analternating basis, by various San Francisco comedians. 
**RSVPs are encouraged. RSVP: Bernice_Yeung@dailyjournal.com 
=================================================== 
Upcoming Alumni events-San Francisco: 
Tuesday, January 25 6 pm-7 pm, Bay Area Jschool Alumni Happy Hour 7 pm-9 pm, Mediabistro All Media Party 111 Minna Gallery 111 Minna, San Francisco 
 
Bay Area Alumni Happy Hour with Mediabistro 
What better time than the start of a new year to catch up with old J-school friends and get to know new ones? This is the first SF alumnievent that's part of our new deal with Mediabistro.com to have partiesand gatherings for UC Berkeley J-school alumni in many cities wherewe're located. The happy hour is a private party just for us Northgatealums (and our guests). Admission is
free
and drinks are at happyhour prices. Mickey Butts, who is the alumni board's fearless leader,will be hosting the event, greeting alumni and making introductions. 
** RSVP to http://www.ersvp.com/reply/sfalumni  
=================================================== 
Upcoming Alumni events-Washington, DC 
: 
Thursday, January 13 6 pm-7 pm, DC area Alumni Happy Hour 7 pm-9 pm, Mediabistro All Media Party Stetson's 1610 U St., NW, Washington, DC Happy Hour for DC area Alumni 
What better time than the start of a new year to catch up with old J-school friends and get to know new ones? You can do just that at ourDC Alumni Happy Hour. This is the first DC alumni event that's part of our new deal with Mediabistro.com to have parties and gatherings forUC Berkeley J-school alumni in many cities where we're located. Thehappy hour is a private party just for Northgate alums (and ourguests). Admission is free and drinks are at happy hour prices. From 7pm - 9 pm, the party opens up to journalists from all over the area aswe are joined by Mediabistro's All-Media Party. So stay and schmoozewith other media folks, have some more drinks and have more fun. 
**RSVP at 
 
http://www.ersvp.com/reply/dcalumni 
 =================================================== 
Watch the new season of FRONTLINE/World with work of four Jschool  Alums! 

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