Info Session with Pizza for Summer Journalism Course in Italy

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What’s it like to report in a foreign country? Build your portfolio of work and expand your digital storytelling skills while immersed in Italian life and culture. Journalism professor Anthony Adornato will be teaching a four-week multimedia journalism course in Urbino, Italy. A Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and a former White House photographer also teach as part of the Urbino program. The course is open to journalism and non-journalism majors.

An information session will be held at 12:10 p.m. on Tuesday, November 7 in Park 283. Alumni from the course will chat about their experiences. Pizza will be provided.

Students will study photography, international reporting, and video, and will produce a website about the people, places, and culture of the region.Read all the students’ stories on the 2017 Urbino Project websiteStudents live at the University of Urbino and collaborate with Urbino students who serve as translators and interpreters in the field.

At this session, learn more about the course, part of the Institute for Education in International Media, which focuses on study abroad opportunities for communications students.

More info here: https://faculty.ithaca.edu/aadornato/italy/

Contact info: aadornato@ithaca.edu

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Anthony C. Adornato at aadornato@ithaca.edu or (607) 274-7022. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

Ithaca College has no responsibility for the Multimedia Journalism Summer Study Abroad course in Urbino, Italy, offered through the Institute for Education in International Media (ieiMedia) and publicized by Ithaca College Assistant Professor Anthony Adornato.  This trip is being planned, directed and sponsored solely by ieiMedia and is NOT a College sponsored, sanctioned or approved program. Professor Adornato is publicizing this trip based upon his participation as an instructor in the ieiMedia program and not in his role as assistant professor at Ithaca College.