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Brian Stelter Joins Shorenstein Center as Fall 2022 Walter Shorenstein Media & Democracy Fellow
The Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy at Harvard Kennedy School is pleased to announce that Brian Stelter will join the center as...
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Shorenstein Center Launches New Student Media Initiative
The new Student Media Initiative at the Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy at Harvard Kennedy School is launching this fall. The program’s...
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Fall 2022 Joan Shorenstein Fellows
The Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy is pleased to announce the Fall 2022 cohort of Joan Shorenstein Fellows. Joan Shorenstein Fellows...
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Steve Lopez wins 2021 Nyhan Prize for Political Journalism
The Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy and the Nyhan Prize Selection Committee has named Steve Lopez, columnist at the Los Angeles...
How Opinion Journalism Can Slow Polarization
Is there a future for opinion journalism in today’s media marketplace—and is it even worth saving? Many readers cannot tell the difference between opinion...
September 28, 2022
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Librarians and Misinformation: Curating the Information Needs of Communities
While trust in political institutions rapidly deteriorates and the technology and media companies that we rely on repeatedly fail to meet our information...

‘The Perfect Archetype of a Meme Leader’: Harvard Scholars Say Internet Culture Boosted Trump to the Presidency | News | The Harvard Crimson

ICYMI: the @HarvardIOP Forum last night with @BostonJoan @BiellaColeman @EmilyDreyfuss, Brian Freidberg, and @vermontgmg is all online here:

Monday, 10/3, @GBHForumNetwork hosts @BostonJoan and Brian Friedberg in conversation with @anissagardizy8 about how the internet has changed politics. Sign up to attend in person at the @GBH theater, or to join virtually!

Kathy @kathytpham 8 Mar

Thursday 4pm EST! Join for an hour for community and lessons from @cecmunoz about public leadership, public interest tech, and so much more!

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WE ARE SO EXCITED ABOUT THIS! Yes we are shouting. It is that exciting. Congratulations Brian Friedberg for this book deal!

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Can’t wait to have you join the team, Megan!

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