Watch the brief video "That's Berkeley" for … Lecturer Mark Schapiro wrote in the Los Angeles Times about how in one week, every element that makes life possible on Earth—the sun, the air, the water—went berserk. Congratulations: Rachel de Leon (’14), Emily Taguchi (’06), Bill Whitaker (’78), Alexandra Berzon (’06), Sweta Vohra (’10), Tommy Nguyen (’05), Emma Cott (’09) Marjorie McAfee (’06), Andrés Cediel (’04), Daffodil Altan (’04), Singeli Agnew (’07), Roberto Daza (’12), Garance Burke (’04), Javaria Khan (’19), Betty Márquez Rosales (’20), Mario Furloni (’11), Shilpi Gupta (’03), Brent McDonald (’04), Rosa Amanda Tuirán (’20), Gregory Winter (’00), Gisela Pérez de Acha (’20), Pedro Cota (’20), Lulu Orozco (’20), JoeBill Muñoz (’19), Bo Kovitz (’19), Jean-Philippe “J.P.” Dobrin (’19), Jess Alvarenga (’20) and David Corvo (’72). “CRUTCH,” a 20-year labor of love, had its world premiere at DOC NYC November 11-19. Lecturer and former IRP reporter Abbie VanSickle was the lead reporter of The Marshall Project’s national investigation “Mauled: When Police Dogs Are Weapons.” Michelle Pitcher (’21) spent months gathering data for the project while working as an IRP research assistant. Prof. Jeremy Rue (‘07), who has been teaching at Berkeley Journalism for 12 years, has been appointed associate dean and associate adjunct professor. Meanwhile, to help our students meet urgent financial needs, four passionate alumni started a crowdfunding effort to raise $100,000 through gifts of $100 or more. Stream it on HBO Max. The writer, who identifies as a person of color, objects to a loss of free speech and academic freedom in the school adopting an … The Mind of Frederick Douglass (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1984). The powerpoint presentation for the “How to write an email to a professor” workshop is posted online, and contains some successful sample student emails to professors. Our school’s own publishing sites Oakland North and Richmond Confidential also published important stories. Clare Major, Carrie Lozano and Eva Rendle. The University of California, Berkeley invites applications for an approved teaching-track position in Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences at the Assistant Teaching Professor level. Use desktop site by default. Meanwhile, the IRP has continued to lead major investigative projects. Clockwise from top left: Queena Kim, Jonathan Blakley, Yumi Wilson, Kavitha Cardoza, Nani Sahra Walker, Wesley Lowery, Anita Varma, Lakshmi Sarah, David Thigpen, Nausheen Dadabhoy. Please check your entries and try again. The first and longest running course called Podcasting: Telling Stories In Sound has had four cohorts so far, with a total enrollment of 135 students. I have lived the story of journalism as a force for accountability, truth, justice and understanding in this world. The technology, which leverages the natural binding properties of … Watch this rising star rise! In September, hours before the ban was to take effect, a San Francisco judge issued an injunction on First Amendment grounds. In our push to focus the curriculum more on publishing, we recently launched a virtual newsroom to cover this unprecedented election. “She’s like a star on fire.” ... University of California Berkeley, California 94720-5860 (510) 642-3383 - phone (510) 643-9136 - fax UC Berkeley - main site. Mr. Burke told The New York Times: “Never before has a president sought to ban an entire social media platform — used by a minority community to communicate — with such discriminatory animus and haste.”. America was shocked and horrified to see George Floyd’s killing on video this past summer because we had failed for decades to tell the story of the extent of police brutality on BIPOC by those sworn to protect and serve. Kudos to students Aksaule Alzhan (’20), Daniel Lempres (’21), Laurence Du Sault (’20), Ricky Rodas (’20) and Alyson Stamos (’20) for their deep reporting on this story. His areas of specialization include low-wage work, labor standards policies, and health care coverage. Anne Marshall-Chalmers (’22) has a fascinating story on crows and their ritualistic response to deaths in their community, in the Fall 2020 issue of Bay Nature. Next month, the live mini-course, Sound Design For Podcasters, will be offered over two days on December 8 and 10. It’s completely fabricated.”. All rights reserved. The truth-tellers need to be strengthened and who they are needs to change to include all of America—and not just privileged white men. Dear profs X, Y, Z I am one of your colleagues at the University of California, Berkeley. Contact Julie Madsen and Kelly Suth at [email protected]. According to Scalice, in an online lecture Aug. 26, he spoke about the CPP’s support of Rodrigo Duterte, the president of the Philippines. Mainstream journalism has failed again and again because of the lack of diversity—particularly in its leadership. "'Nation Time! Copyright © 2020 The Daily Californian, The Independent Berkeley Student Publishing Co., Inc. “Jeff Hatch Was Dealing Fentanyl. Garrett and his team showed how investigations into reports of the abuse and neglect of children have been delayed or curtailed as a result of the pandemic—and the deadly result. Scalice said he is not affiliated with the CIA in any way and is, in fact, “fiercely opposed” to the agency’s actions abroad. My work has held corporate CEOs and family members of government leaders accountable for corruption; governments and international aid organizations for the spread of drug-resistant disease; and drug companies for the high cost of medicines. The history department at UC Berkeley condemned an open letter allegedly penned by a professor for its criticisms of the Black Lives Matter movement. The intellectual heart of UC Berkeley, the College of Letters and Science (L&S) is the largest of the university’s 14 colleges and schools and the most prestigious teaching and research unit in the UC system. Former lecturer Deborah Hoffman was an editorial advisor on the film and Rob Harris (’05) and Lee Wang (’06) are among the camera people who worked on the project. The New York Times called it “timely and bracing” in a Critic’s Pick in October. Student News The anonymous letter criticized UC Berkeley faculty for failing to cultivate an environment that can tolerate criticism of … Rebecca Solnit (’84) has two particularly germane articles for the environmental and political climate in which we find ourselves. The other, “Project: Phenom” about the youngest professional women’s soccer player, was listed as a notable piece. For 5280 Magazine, Haley Gray (’21) has a beautifully written backstory of a top editor’s departure from High Country News, and the challenges of rewriting the narrative of the West. If her performance in my class is a good indication of how she would perform as a graduate student, she would be … Racial Justice This has taken an enormous and persistent commitment from the IRP leadership, for which we, as a community, remain deeply indebted. Chris Jenkins (’00), an award-winning journalist and independent filmmaker who for nearly two decades was a reporter and editor at The Washington Post and on the team that won the 2008 Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News for coverage of the Virginia Tech massacre, has a new seven-part docuseries Mavericks currently in production. Each will receive $2,000, audit J200 classes with lecturer Mark Schapiro, have special one-on-one mentorship from him for an hour each week, and receive a certificate of achievement during our annual commencement. The letter describes Scalice as a “talented historian” who has contributed to the research of the history of communism in the Philippines and has had an impact on many students’ lives at UC Berkeley. We have no evidence that this letter was written by a History faculty member. Sara L. Beckman. Read our interview with him here. Mobile site. We aim to educate journalists and journalism leaders who are more diverse in their class and caste and race, so that we, as an industry, will make fewer mistakes, and journalism, that sacred first draft of history, will be truer to the lived experience of all of us. With the support of you, our passionate Berkeley Journalism community, I could not be more excited for the journey we are embarking on together to strengthen and transform our school—and to change the face of journalism. Your support is essential to maintaining this coverage. An anonymous letter, purportedly by a UC Berkeley professor, is calling out things impossible to openly discuss on campus, including the Democratic Party co-opting Black Lives Matter and the suppression of dissenting voices. Director Mike Milano‘s (’15) latest documentary “Burning Ojai: Our Fire Story” premiered October 28th on HBO Docs. Berkeley Journalism and alums launch emergency fund for students.  Learn more. Cell has 109 researchers on its editorial board, including two UC Berkeley faculty who signed the letter — Welch and James Hurley, a professor of molecular and cell biology. Unionized lecturers continue to negotiate contract, rehiring rights with UC, Not all UC Berkeley professors use Berkeley Time for online classes, students say, ‘A zero-sum game’: Community revives fight for Philippine studies program at UC Berkeley, UC Berkeley professors post lectures online for free public access, COVID-19 hospitalizations continue to rise in Alameda County, UC Berkeley freshmen reflect on virtual semester, consider withdrawing, CA Gov. Filmmaker Daphne Matziaraki‘s (’16) beautifully shot documentary short ‘Container’—on the agony and anxiety of unaccompanied minors living in limbo in a Greek migrant camp—aired on New York Times Op-Docs. Tracy Weber (’89) has been promoted to deputy managing editor at ProPublica. The story features stunning photographs by Stephanie Penn (‘20) first published as part of our partnership with The New York Times to chronicle COVID this year. He is my key partner in running the school, and I could not be more grateful for his experience, diligence and kindness. The expected start date for the position is July 1, 2021. Sam Goldman (‘19) profiled alum Terry McMillan (BA ‘77), who has garnered critical acclaim for plumbing the depths of human nature and bringing Black women protagonists to the forefront of bestseller lists for decades. These partnerships have enabled dozens of our students to have their work published in some of the best local, national and international journalism organizations, including PBS Frontline and PBS NewsHour. In the past five years, work edited by Weber has won virtually every honor in journalism, including a series on systemic problems in the Navy that won the 2020 Pulitzer Prize for national reporting. Daniel Roman (‘21) and Prof. Elena Conis co-wrote “Epizootic: How Infectious Disease Can Move From Wildlife to Humans — and Back to Wildlife: Lessons from the history of plague in California” for Bay Nature and gave a related talk to the Bay Nature Institute on October 6. Online and in bookstores January 12. Sam Goldman (‘19) profiled New York Times columnist Michelle Goldberg (’98), one of the most visible opinion journalists in the country, and part of a team of Times journalists including Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey, that won the 2018 Pulitzer Prize in Public Service. To invest in the city of Richmond, a Bay-Area community long reported on by our student publishing site Richmond Confidential, Berkeley Journalism has established a fellowship program with the youth-led, local community news outlet Richmond Pulse. Then a Planned Visit from the VP Blew It All Up,” was reprinted in full. Teaching Professor Innovation and Design | Operations and IT Management In response to the national uprising against systemic racism, our community has worked together since July to create a plan to address concerns raised by our student chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) and others. In response to the lecture, Scalice alleged, Sison had instigated a series of “attacks” on him. Ken Jacobs is the chair of the Labor Center, where he has been a labor specialist since 2002. Submission is voluntary and not required for full consideration of the application for admission. Watch his fabulous short video for his alma mater here. We condemn this letter: it goes against our values as a department and our commitment to equity and inclusion. *For spring 2020 classes only, students may repeat courses previously taken for a letter grade with the P/NP option. Misyrlena Egkolfopoulou (’18), 2020 Campaign Reporter for Bloomberg News, ahead of boarding Air Force One to travel with the President to a rally in Middletown, PA on Sat, Sept. 26. We missed the huge support Donald Trump had amassed among alienated white voters four years ago. In closing, I want to say how impressed I am by the positive pivot made by our students, faculty and staff to online classes and learning during this global pandemic. The pandemic has limited the number of public events we could hold this fall, but we managed to host Wesley Lowery’s talk during the Class of ‘22 orientation and joined with UC Berkeley’s Latinx Research Center to present Salvadoran American journalist Roberto Lovato in discussion with alum Jess Alvarenga (‘20) in September during Hispanic Heritage Month about his new book, “Unforgetting: A Memoir of Family, Migration, Gangs & Revolution in the Americas.”. Three alums were nominated for NYU Journalism’s Top 10 Works of Journalism of the Decade: Garance Burke (’04) of the AP was nominated for “Torn Apart: Immigration in the Era of Trump” about babies and young children forcibly separated from their parents; Stephen Hobbs (’14) for “Unprepared and Overwhelmed,” on the Parkland shootings, and Jonathan Jones (’05) for his PBS Frontline documentary “Firestone and the Warlord,” investigating the relationship between Firestone and Liberian warlord Charles Taylor. He also discussed the 2020 election cycle, targeted by disinformation on an even larger scale than in 2016 with KCBS Radio In Depth. The appointment is formally titled as Lecturer with Potential for Security of Employment or LPSOE. Seven campus faculty members signed the letter, which defended Scalice’s academic reputation. To teach our introduction to reporting classes, we hired Yumi Wilson, a former news reporter and editor for the San Francisco Chronicle who has been a lecturer in our summer undergraduate minor; Kavitha Cardoza, a radio journalist and former special correspondent at WAMU in Washington; and David E. Thigpen, a former Time Magazine reporter who has been head of our summer undergraduate program. And Helping Addicts. “Rebecca Solnit on Black Swans, Slim Chances, and the 2020 Presidential Election” argues “The tricky thing about hope is to not confuse it with optimism” and an op-ed, “California’s dark, orange sky is the most unnerving sight I’ve ever woken up to,” in The Guardian. Yutao Chen and Francesca Fenzi (’19) won RTDNA’s Student Murrow Award for Excellence in Digital Reporting for their thesis project “Dirty Business,” on recycling of U.S. waste in Vietnam. Read about all of the Emmy nominees and winners from our community below. “Challenger: The Final Flight,” a four-part documentary that alum Steven Leckart (’07) developed, produced, and co-directed, premiered on Netflix. Fifteen first-year grad students in one of our introductory Reporting the News classes taught by Lecturer David E. Thigpen are learning how to safely conduct investigations and report on the online activities of political extremist groups. UC Berkeley faculty members do not plan on further addressing the accusations in the future, Varsano said. See the Resources tab of research.berkeley.edu for many more hints on finding a lab or a sponsoring professor. UC Berkeley scientist Ashok Gadgil has created a cheap, quick and scalable method to cleanse arsenic from drinking water. My name is Geeta Anand, and as the new dean of Berkeley Journalism, this is my first quarterly note to you, our devoted community of friends, allies, alumni and supporters. Our Excelling Alumni According to Scalice, his life, as well as his reputation, are in danger. Scalice said he will publicly address any future allegations from Sison. Regrettably, we are cancelling the 2021 Reva & David Logan Symposium on Investigative Reporting again in the spring due to the continued ban on large gatherings on campus. Lecturer Chris Ballard had two stories included in the 2020 edition of The Best American Sports Writing. Their stories were published by our new partner CalMatters, the Sacramento-based nonprofit newsroom, and Votebeat, the nonpartisan reporting project covering local election integrity and voting access, as well as KQED in San Francisco. Scalice added that his work is centered around a “deep love for the Filipino working class.”. In Conclusion He also wrote a humorous take on the summer’s epidemic of toppled statues for the San Francisco Chronicle. We are so thrilled to see this important program continue. And I have done so as a woman of color who often struggled to have her voice heard and her work seen in newsrooms dominated by white men. Being a faculty member at Berkeley means joining an incredible community of faculty, staff and students from around California, the nation, and the world. The fund—the Janice Clementine Douglas Student Emergency Fund, named in honor of the late wife of our beloved, retired custodian Art Douglas—will help students experiencing urgent needs. I am taking over leadership of this school at a moment when journalism has never been more important or more at risk. According to Scalice, there is no evidence that he is a CIA agent. He was also writer and supervising producer for SpringHill Company’s two-parter: “What’s My Name: Muhammad Ali” for HBO—directed by Antoine Fuqua, with executive producers LeBron James and Maverick Carter—winner of a Sports Emmy for Outstanding Sports Documentary. The following is an "open letter" from an anonymous UC- Berkeley professor to all undergraduates who need recommendation letters from faculty. As an independent student newspaper and the paper of record for the city of Berkeley, the Daily Cal has been communicating important updates during this pandemic. “She’s like a star on fire.” In July, she was selected for the prestigious Eddie Adams Workshop honoring the country’s most talented young photographers. UC Berkeley … Stories are posted daily by the team of writers, editors and digital media producers in the Editorial Services and Media Relations sections of the Office of Communications and Public Affairs. As chair of the UC Berkeley anthropology department, I write to express my department’s support for the initiative to un-name Kroeber Hall. News From Our Investigative Reporting Program (IRP) “I was deeply moved by the letter that they wrote and by their characterizations of me and my scholarship,” Scalice said. The film’s production team included nearly a dozen past and current Berkeley Journalism students. Orion Rose Kelly and Pedro Cota’s (‘20) thesis documentary, ‘Na Luta Delas’ (In Their Fight)—about growing violence against the LGBTQ+ community in Brazil— was named a finalist in the Student Academy Awards. The next podcasting cohort begins January 11. The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has since denied the Trump Administration’s motion to stay the preliminary injunction. In alumni news, more than 20 alumni were recognized by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, the highest number in our community since 2016. Clare Major (‘10) was director of photography, Eva Rendle (‘19) associate producer and Carrie Lozano (‘05) consulting producer on “Belly of the Beast”—an exposé of human rights abuses in women’s prisons, highlighting modern-day eugenics and reproductive injustice—currently screening virtually. Berkeley. Diversity, equity, and inclusion are core values at UC Berkeley and the Department of Economics. Clockwise from top left: Nebiat Assefa Melles (’18), Carlos Mureithi (’19), Boikanyo Tefu (’20), Waringa Kamau (’17), Tawanda Kanhema (’14), Grace Oyenubi (’18), Alsanosi Adam (’16). Copyright © 2020 The Daily Californian, The Independent Berkeley Student Publishing Co., Inc. Emily Thomas‘ (‘18) latest film, the beautifully shot and intimate “Last Days at Paradise High” for the New Yorker captured the buoyant innocence and post-trauma resilience of high-school seniors maneuvering through a pivotal life phase after Northern California’s Camp Fire. I would also like to express my gratitude to Chancellor Carol Christ, Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Paul Alivisatos, Vice Provost Benjamin Hermalin and the search committee for honoring and trusting me with the stewardship of this extraordinary institution. We're an independent, student-run newsroom. Also with your support, we seek to lead the way in changing the face of journalism by revolutionizing the economics of journalism education so many more first-generation students can afford to enter our profession—and stay in it to become the next generation of leaders. Two Richmond Pulse reporters, Maria Bernal and Denis Perez Bravo, are our inaugural fellows. Journalism has never been more important than it is today, and I am thrilled to share that we have received nearly twice as many applications for admission so far compared to last year. The mission of the Academic Personnel Office is to ensure the continued excellence of Berkeley's entire academic staff so that our campus can fulfill its core missions: offering broad access to a superb education, pushing forward the frontiers of knowledge, and serving the public good. To better illustrate the UC Berkeley repeat rules, we have created two documents with a series of repeat examples. Contacting the Letter Service: University of California, Berkeley Career Center The Letter Service 2440 Bancroft Way Berkeley, CA 94720-4350 Mon - Fri: 9:00am - … I want to commend David Barstow, the four-time Pulitzer Prize winner who is chair of the IRP, and Janice Hui, the IRP’s managing director, who led the way in this herculean effort. Rachel Loyd (’18) covering the arrival of the president in Fort Myers, FL. We’ve raised more than $30,000 thus far, and I invite you also to consider supporting that effort. The history department at UC Berkeley condemned an open letter allegedly penned by a professor for its criticisms of the Black Lives Matter movement. With your support, Berkeley Journalism intends to strengthen its programs to send the best-trained revealers of truth and injustice out into our deeply troubled world. We’ve refocused our recruiting efforts to assemble one of the most diverse teaching bodies in our history. The truth needs reinforcements. Read the stories here. Marian Carrasquero & Jean-Philippe “J.P.” Dobrin’s (’19) thesis documentary “Irse: Leaving Venezuela”— about an expectant family fleeing poverty and failing healthcare system—premiered on AJ Witness (Al Jazeera English). New Berkeley Advanced Media Institute (BAMI) Courses Bill Whitaker (’78), the “60 Minutes” correspondent who is an alum and Advisory Board member is partnering with me in leading our effort to raise student support. Your support is essential to maintaining this coverage. Gisela Pérez de Acha (’20) was part of The New York Times visual investigations team in 2019 that won an Emmy for Coverage of a Breaking News Story for their remarkable story, “El Chapo’s Son: The Siege of Culiacán” for The Weekly. Here, you can read the story of the role Art Douglas played in our students’ lives and learn how his supportive spirit sparked the creation of this fund. 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