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I thought being able to create professionally designed newsletters, magazines and such is a marketable skill for a freelance journalist or anyone working in communications in a small company, NGO or research institution with a small budget.
This is professional software, very powerful, but very hard to learn. During the course I went from completely lost to being able to create very nice looking magazine spreads. Professor Rafeizadeh is very knowledgeable and she is always available for questions and demos.
Before taking this class I tried to create newsletters and leaflets, but the results were not stellar. I am glad I took the class.
A lot of jobs ask for basic graphic design knowledge and this class gave me the skills to do this kind of work. I had continued the trajectory of my writing focus, but found myself starting to miss the environmental studies side, so the elective struck me as a great way to return to that side of my interest again.
Some people respond more readily to an economic angle than a scientific one, so finding a way to work the former into an article about something scientific and technical adds something to the work to make it more accessible to a wider audience.
Among all classes, Global Ecology seemed like the best fit: It was an amazing class. It will definitely help my career as I can now better understand basic and advanced concepts of biology, ecology, geology, and evolution.
This class was crucial to develop critical thinking. That being said, since this was the first year of the course, I imagine it will be quite different in the future. I had little to no background in the course material, but suspected that a basic understanding of human rights would be helpful in my reporting and writing.
It encouraged me to think about health beyond the biological, as an intersection of environmental, political, legal and social realities.
I learned how to think from a human rights perspective, which provided an entirely new for me framework to contextualize concepts that we encounter every day in science journalism, from drug development to maternal health.
It broadened the way I think about old problems and new discoveries. I particularly enjoyed learning about the growth of the human rights architecture of the modern world.
I found the class, including its readings, discussions, and suggested extracurricular events, to be incredibly valuable in sparking new directions of thought. I had a great time in this class.
I learned a lot about photo journalism. Back in the fall, a lot of environmental reporting was focusing on indigenous land rights — issues like the Dakota pipeline protests and Bears Ears Monument cuts.
I wanted to learn more about the voices behind these protests while also building a foundational understanding of Native American culture. I am very happy I chose to enroll in this course! Professor Shipton helped me explore my own interests as a journalist within the confines of the class curriculum.
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