Crisis Journalism: Writing Articles and Essays in a State of Emergency

Harvard
1 week 4 days
July 10 - July 21
$5300

Course Details

This course examines exceptional journalistic works, mainly published in 2020 and 2022, that offer clear insights into our rapidly changing world with exceptional writing, ethical accuracy, and emotional insight. Amid the overwhelming amount of information and media during crises, these works provide examples of how to produce high-quality journalism that can inform our own writing.

Accomodation

1. Most buildings have suites, typically featuring a common room, two to four bedrooms, and a shared bathroom.                                      

2. Other buildings have rooms off a hallway with a shared bathroom.                                                                                                                

3. Proctors reside in most entryways and hallways of the Yard and Union dorms, and the Houses; their foremost responsibility being the safety and well-being of their students.

Tuition

1.A challenging and inclusive learning environment with abundant opportunities for meaningful interactions with peers and instructors.

2.An accelerated curriculum tailored for the summer term, enabling you to complete a rigorous program in a shorter timeframe.

3.Join a global network of like-minded peers who share your drive, inquisitiveness, and dedication to personal and professional development.

Extracurricular Activities:

1.film Series: A mix of the latest releases and long-standing fan favorites, every weekend night

2.Athletics: Weekly pick-up games and tournaments across a range of sports, usually basketball, soccer, dodgeball, tennis, and running

3.Language Tables: Informal conversation tables over meals in the dining halls, for those interested in practicing a second language, missing their native tongue, or anywhere in between.

4.Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging Sessions: Led by trained facilitators designed to promote students’ understanding of and appreciation for diversity, inclusion, and belonging

5.Special Events: Large-scale events that vary from year to year. For example: Arts Night in Annenberg, Game Night in Annenberg, Cake Decorating Contest, World Cup Watch Parties, Olympic Games Watch Parties, Election-Year Political Debate Watch Parties.

Harvard Summer School is an academically rigorous experience for learners of all ages.

1. Most buildings have suites, typically featuring a common room, two to four bedrooms, and a shared bathroom.                                      

2. Other buildings have rooms off a hallway with a shared bathroom.                                                                                                                

3. Proctors reside in most entryways and hallways of the Yard and Union dorms, and the Houses; their foremost responsibility being the safety and well-being of their students.

1.A challenging and inclusive learning environment with abundant opportunities for meaningful interactions with peers and instructors.

2.An accelerated curriculum tailored for the summer term, enabling you to complete a rigorous program in a shorter timeframe.

3.Join a global network of like-minded peers who share your drive, inquisitiveness, and dedication to personal and professional development.

1.film Series: A mix of the latest releases and long-standing fan favorites, every weekend night

2.Athletics: Weekly pick-up games and tournaments across a range of sports, usually basketball, soccer, dodgeball, tennis, and running

3.Language Tables: Informal conversation tables over meals in the dining halls, for those interested in practicing a second language, missing their native tongue, or anywhere in between.

4.Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging Sessions: Led by trained facilitators designed to promote students’ understanding of and appreciation for diversity, inclusion, and belonging

5.Special Events: Large-scale events that vary from year to year. For example: Arts Night in Annenberg, Game Night in Annenberg, Cake Decorating Contest, World Cup Watch Parties, Olympic Games Watch Parties, Election-Year Political Debate Watch Parties.

Location:

Harvard

Fees from:

$5300

Typical duration:

1 week 4 days

Dates:

July 10 - July 21

Age Range:

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"The best thing about the Medicine course was the interactivity of the lectures. My tutor was really interested in the subject, so I always felt like I could go up to her and ask her questions, whether they were about what we were learning or about other areas of biotechnology."

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