J219 Newsroom Leadership 2/3 – 3/10

Marc Lacey is the assistant managing editor and former national editor for The New York Times.  He’s a former White House correspondent and foreign correspondent having reported from more than 30 countries. He was a moderator for a Democratic presidential debate in 2019 and served as a juror for the 2018 and 2019 Pulitzer Prizes. His work at the Times spans more than two decades. He is an active participant in The New York Times summer internship program, fellowship program, and summer institute. He spent five years as a child on the island of Jamaica, lived in Mexico for four years and in Kenya for five years as a foreign correspondent.

The Newsroom Leadership mini class will engage students in discussions about newsroom leadership, the evolving use of language in news, and take students on some behind-the-scenes inner workings at The New York Times. The class will run six weeks on Wednesdays 2-5pm, and start on February 3.



Time:  W 2:00 - 5:00


Class Number:  33702

Section:  015

Units:  1

Length:  6 weeks

Course Material Fee:  None

Enroll Limit:  15

Restrictions & Prerequisites