David Steven Goldstein
Independent fieldwork in community agencies, apprenticeships, internships, as approved for College of Arts and Sciences credit. Faculty sponsor and internship supervisor are required. Credit/no credit only. Offered: AWSpS.
AUTUMN 2009; WINTER AND SPRING 2010: Students in this course will work independently and in collaboration with the staff of _The Husky Herald_ to write news and feature articles for the online student newspaper.
In Spring 2010, this course meets 4:00 to 5:30 p.m. on Tuesdays in UW2-105.
Student learning goals
demonstrate fundamental command of reporting and writing for a student newspaper
write articles suitable for publication in a student newspaper
General method of instruction
Students will work mostly independently, with in-person or online guidance from the instructor and the editorial staff of _The Husky Herald_.
Basic English language skills are necessary for this course. No journalism experience is required.
Class assignments and grading
Students will produce approximately four articles for the student newspaper, roughly equivalent to ten double-spaced pages of writing, depending on the needs of the newspaper and the interests of the student.
Students will receive credit for the course if all four articles meet recognized editorial standards for reporting and journalistic writing.