The Water Desk , a journalism initiative at the University of Colorado Boulder’s Center for Environmental Journalism , has awarded its first grants to support journalists and media outlets covering Western water issues and the Colorado River Basin. Grantees will delve into a wide range of issues throughout the region,...
Join Professor Shiv Ganesh of the University of Texas Austin as he examines this question in his keynote, “Contentious Politics and the Domestication of Activism.” Ganesh’s talk is free and open to the public, and will take place at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 24, in UMC 235.
Join acclaimed artist and scholar Sha Xin Wei, director of the School of Arts, Media and Engineering at Arizona State University, as he explores how engineers, humanists and artists can learn more effectively from one another. Sha will deliver the keynote, “Prototyping Social Forms: Research-Creation Ateliers,” as part of a two-day Ecologies of Practices symposium that will take place Sept.18-19 on CU Boulder’s campus.
A new class of fellows will dig into issues ranging from water scarcity to the environmental impact of meat production through the University of Colorado Boulder’s Ted Scripps Fellowship in Environmental Journalism program.
Twenty College of Media, Communication and Information faculty and graduate students are presenting 15 peer-reviewed research papers at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication conference in Toronto today through Saturday, Aug. 10.
The Water Desk—an independent news initiative at the University of Colorado Boulder dedicated to expanding coverage of Western water issues—is now accepting grant applications. Funding from Water Desk grants will help journalists and media organizations enhance their ability to cover the scientific, economic, political and social aspects of water issues.