[Edprof] Please forward to your students: Study media in Italy, France or Turkey this summer

Rachele Kanigel rkanigel at gmail.com
Mon Nov 1 06:53:29 PDT 2010


Dear Editing Profs,

Please forward this opportunity to your students:


*Study media and work as a reporter in Italy, France or Turkey this summer!*

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The Institute for Education in International Media
(ieiMedia<http://ieimedia.com/>)
is pleased to announce its summer media programs for 2011. IeiMedia will
once again take students to *Urbino, Italy,* and *Perpignan, France*; in
addition, a new international reporting program will be offered in *Istanbul,
Turkey.*



The 3-credit programs are open to North American college students and recent
graduates. English-speaking students from other countries are welcome to
apply.



   - *Perpignan, France* (June 23-July 23, 2011) Perpignan lies in the
   Languedoc region of southwestern France, just a few miles west of the
   Mediterranean Sea and 19 miles north of the Spanish border, within sight of
   the Pyrenees. The city features a charming, pedestrian-friendly historic
   quarter; a daily market; numerous summer festivals and lively nightlife.
   Many attractions in France and Spain are only a short train ride away.

   Students will study various aspects of multimedia storytelling and
   produce a multimedia website about the community (see the 2010 project at
   http://inperpignan.net). Faculty include top journalism educators and
   professionals from leading publications. Students will study French
   (Beginning or Intermediate) at the respected
*ALFMED*<http://en.alfmed.com/>language school and report with
interpreters. Accommodations
   are provided in a modern apartment-hotel (two students to a room with
   private bath and small kitchenette).

   Students will earn 3 transferable units of upper-division undergraduate
   credit (JOUR 667 International Reporting) through the San Francisco State
   University College of Extended Learning.



   - *Urbino, Italy* (June 9-July 7, 2011) This picturesque Renaissance hill
   town is the capital of the Marche region, a beautiful but little-touristed
   region of Central Italy. Students will have a choice of two programs:

 o   *Multimedia reporting* – students will study photography, journalistic
blogging, video and reporting) and produce a multimedia website about the
town (see the 2009 project at *http://inurbino.net*).

        o   *Magazine Publishing* -- students will study magazine writing
and produce an English-language magazine about the region (see the 2010
issue of Urbino Now <http://issuu.com/mdambrosio/docs/urbino_now>). Students
will study “survival” Italian and report with interpreters. Faculty members
include a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter and photographer, as well as
journalism educators from James Madison University and New York University.
Students will live and dine (most meals included) in a newly remodeled
*University
of Urbino*<http://www.uniurb.it/it/portale/index.php?mist_id=12000&lang=ENG&tipo=ENG&page=1069>dormitory.



           Students will earn 3 transferable journalism credits from the
Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication at Iowa State University or
(for Virginia residents only) through School of Media Arts & Design James
Madison University <http://smad.jmu.edu/urbino.html>.


   -  *Istanbul, Turkey* (July 14-August 11, 2011) Considered one of the
   world’s most beautiful cities, Istanbul is crisscrossed with sumptuous
   palaces, mosques and gardens where the sultans played; it’s also an
   energetic modern where people from around the world still come to make their
   fortunes. You can explore easily by public transportation, and on foot.

   Students will study international reporting, basic multimedia techniques
   and Turkish language and culture. Their stories will be published in
   a digital magazine, and considered for inclusion in a book about the city.
   Accommodations will be provided in a modern, comfortable university
   dormitory. Students will earn 3 transferable units of upper-division
   undergraduate credit (JOUR 667 International Reporting) through the San
   Francisco State University College of Extended Learning.



All programs are $4,995 plus airfare and include housing, university credit,
orientation, travel insurance and many cultural activities. Transportation
is provided from the airport for students who arrive during the designated
pick-up times. Return transportation to the airport is provided for those
students who return on the final day of the program.



ieiMedia has been taking students abroad to study media for nine years. For
more information, go to the ieiMedia <http://ieimedia.com/> website (
http://ieimedia.com).

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-- 
Rachele Kanigel
Associate Professor of Journalism
San Francisco State University
415 338-3134
rkanigel at gmail.com
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Come to France with me this summer! Find out more at
ieimedia.com<http://ieimedia.com/blog/the-perpignan-project>
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