Study Group: “Stereotypes like stains can still linger”— Examining the power of cultural stereotypes

This session is part of the five-week study group series, How Shifts in Race and Cultural Identity Influence Politics, Policy and Pop Culture, led by Michele Norris. Seminars are for Harvard students only (graduate and undergraduate), and are not-for-credit. Please register below…

David Skok: Managing Digital Disruption in a Traditional Newsroom: Putting Theory into Practice

April 14, 2015 — David Skok, newly-promoted managing editor for digital of The Boston Globe, discussed the Globe’s approach to digital strategy and organizational culture. As a Nieman Fellow in 2012, Skok took a class from Harvard Business School’s Clayton…

America 2050: The Future of News & Latinos

With Jorge Ramos, journalist, author, and television anchor for Univision and Fusion. Presented by the Harvard Institute of Politics. Co-sponsored by the Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy.

Regulatory Modernization Seminar

This session is part of the 10-week seminar series, Data, Technology and Innovation in Government, led by Nick Sinai. Seminars are for students only (graduate and undergraduate) and are not-for-credit. Please register below to reserve your space.  Description: From the EPA’s release of…

Climate Change Negotiations: What Can We Learn From the U.S./China Agreement?”
Herbert C. Kelman Seminar on International Conflict Analysis and Resolution

Featuring speakers: Celeste LeCompte, Nieman Fellow, co-founder of Climate Confidential, columnist for the Robotics Business Review Michael B. McElroy, Gilbert Butler Professor of Environmental Studies at Harvard University More information About the Herbert C. Kelman Seminar Series: The 2014-2015 Herbert…

Phillip Martin: Reporting on Race and Poverty

April 7, 2015 — Phillip Martin, senior investigative reporter at WGBH, discussed how his reporting on race and poverty has been shaped by his early career experiences. Martin’s interest in journalism was partially sparked by a lack of nuanced coverage…

Study Group: “Not what you think I am” On the question of identity — who gets to choose?

This session is part of the five-week study group series, How Shifts in Race and Cultural Identity Influence Politics, Policy and Pop Culture, led by Michele Norris. Seminars are for Harvard students only (graduate and undergraduate), and are not-for-credit. Please register below…

Healthcare.gov: A Case Study Seminar

This session is part of the 10-week seminar series, Data, Technology and Innovation in Government, led by Nick Sinai. Seminars are for students only (graduate and undergraduate) and are not-for-credit. Please register below to reserve your space.  Guest: Ryan Panchadsaram, U.S. Deputy Chief…

Sexism, Science and Science Writing: Promoting Women Leaders in the Lab and Newsroom
Panel Discussion

Panel Discussion featuring: Ann Marie Lipinski, Curator, Nieman Foundation for Journalism Meg Urry, Professor of Physics & Astronomy, Yale University Jennifer Bogo, Executive Editor, Popular Science Despite considerable progress, problems of gender bias, pay inequity, and sexual harassment persist in…

Freedom of Information Act Seminar

This session is part of the 10-week seminar series, Data, Technology and Innovation in Government, led by Nick Sinai. Seminars are for students only (graduate and undergraduate) and are not-for-credit. Please register below to reserve your space.  Guest: Cori Zarek, White House Senior…