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Thursday, October 8 • 11:00 - 12:00
Approaches in Teaching Investigative Reporting

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The session will explore different ways of teaching investigative reporting. Mark Hunter will talk about his work in the Middle East in Mongolia to create an IJ curriculum for Arab-language universities and the goal to create a curriculum that either professors who have no investigative journalism experience or reporters with no teaching experience can use as a foundation text. It's now in beta testing in the Arab World and Mongolia. Vincent Wang will describe the history of bringing investigative reporting into the curriculum and how it is possible to run a campus-based, investigative journalism oriented newspaper in China and overall problems of doing investigative journalism at Chinese Universities.

Moderators
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Ying Chan

Founder & Honorary Professor, Hong Kong University
Ying is a writer, educator, and the founding director of the Journalism and Media Studies Centre, at Hong Kong University. As an academic unit of HKU, the JMSC offers professional graduate and undergraduate degrees in journalism, and MPhil and PhD degrees. She was also the founding dean (2003-2011) of the journalism school at Shantou University in China. | Prior to joining HKU in 1998, Ying Chan spent 23 years working as a... Read More →

Speakers
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Wang Shiyu (Vincent)

Lecturer, School of International Journalism and Communication, Beijing Foreign Studies University
Lecturer at School of International Journalism and Communication, Beijing Foreign Studies University. Freelancer at Xinhua News Agency, Sports Commentator at CCTV5 Research areas--  Investigative journalism, News writing and reporting, Sports journalism,  Publications--   Media Image of Chinese Sports, A Narrative Study On the Discourse Transition of Sports Reporting Translation-- Picture History of the Second World War
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Mark Lee Hunter

Adjunct Professor and Senior Research Fellow, INSEAD
Dr. Mark Lee Hunter is an investigative journalism and scholar, based in the INSEAD Social Innovation Centre. His awards include IRE prizes for international reporting and research. He is a founding member of Story-Based Inquiry Associates and the lead author of Story-Based Inquiry: A Manual for Investigative Journalists (UNESCO 2011), the profession's most widely distributed reference work. His current research focuses on... Read More →


Thursday October 8, 2015 11:00 - 12:00
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