MCOM 341 students: Syllabus is online here. Follow me on Twitter for links to good readings, or search Twitter for the hashtag #mcom341. Instructions for submitting Topic and Resource List.
MCOM 356 students: Instructions and links for pitch proposals for article 3 can be found here. I have just received your second articles, ungraded. So I will have to find time to grade them around my other teaching obligations. Please do not expect to see them in any less than two weeks. I will alert you when they are available to pick up.
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Need a letter of recommendation? Except in extenuating circumstances, it is my policy to provide recommendations for jobs on LinkedIn rather than to write individual letters. That way, you will be able to use my recommendation for multiple employers over a longer time period. Generally speaking, I will write a recommendation only after a student has completed at least one course with me with a grade of at least a B. If you meet that condition and you are required to get a letter for a job, internship or scholarship, please make sure that your request includes the following:
- a list of the courses you took with me, what dates you took them, and what grades you received;
- a description of the internship, scholarship or job; the date the position begins;
- a current copy of your resume;
- your current GPA; and
- the deadline for the letter.
Email your request to me with the subject line "Request for letter of recommendation." Please note that I need at least two weeks to guarantee I will be able to deliver a letter.
Interested in an independent study? Most independent studies result in an original research report of 25 to 30 pages. Here's an example. You'll need to start with the form found on this page. Your proposal must be approved by me and the department chair before you can register and begin work.
Getting ready to look for a job? Spend some time thinking about this list of 50 common interview questions, and you'll increase your odds of landing the job.
Nieman Lab 's fascinating breakdown of major points from leaked New York Times innovation report is vital for any journalist to read.
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