ieiMedia faculty will be presenting sessions about studying and reporting abroad at these upcoming conventions:

Associated Collegiate Press Midwinter National College Journalism Convention
San Francisco
Don’t Just See the World, Cover It!
Do you fantasize about becoming a foreign correspondent? Hope to study abroad? Find out about study-abroad opportunities for students interested in media and journalism. See how you can enhance your professional skills and put a global spin on your resume that will give you a competitive edge as you launch your career.
Friday, March 3, 4:30 p.m.-5:20 p.m.
Pacific N, Hyatt Regency San Francisco

College Media Association Spring National College Media Convention
New York City
Reporting Overseas: Internships, fellowships and study-abroad opportunities
Thinking of reporting overseas? The director of several summer study-abroad programs and a longtime foreign correspondent will share opportunities, including international internships with the AP and Reuters and study-abroad programs in Japan, Europe and Israel for students interested in studying and reporting abroad.
Sunday, March 1, 3:30-4:20 p.m.
Metropolitan Ballroom East, Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel

Report Overseas!
So you want to be a foreign correspondent! Sounds glamorous but how do you get started? A former international journalist who has reported from 30 countries as a staff writer for The Christian Science Monitor and as a freelancer and the director of summer journalism study-abroad programs will share tips on breaking in, getting clips and networking your way to an overseas reporting career.
Tuesday, March 14, 9-9:50 a.m.
Columbus Circle Room, Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel

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Spending four weeks in Urbino has been a phenomenal experience. I find myself walking down the cobblestone hills, in awe of my surroundings as people pass by, laughing and talking and living their lives. This is the most photogenic place that I’ve ever been in, yet I still feel as though it’s impossible to capture the beauty in this town through a lens. The very air breathes history and sentiment that exceeds all expectation.
by Kendall Gilman, James Madison University, Urbino Project 2015