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Wikipedia Description: George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs
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The School of Media and Public Affairs (SMPA) at the George Washington University in Washington, DC, a school in the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences, offers both undergraduate and graduate programs in journalism and political and international communication. The School's director is Frank Sesno, former CNN correspondent, creator of PBS's Planet Forward and professor.
SMPA offers two undergraduate degrees in Political Communication and Journalism & Mass Communication, as well as a five year BA/MA program with George Washington's Graduate School of Political Management. The school is highly competitive within the university, and offers facilities and opportunities to SMPA students not accessible to other students, such as invititations to attend lectures and taped events filmed within the Jack Morton Auditorium and access to top-of-the-line filming/editing equipment.
The School of Media and Public Affairs offers a Master of Arts degree in Media and Public Affairs. Additionally, the school offers a joint MA degree in Global Communication in conjunction with the Elliott School of International Affairs. With the SMPA Documentary Center, the school offers a Certificate in Documentary Filmmaking.
Media and Public Affairs Building:
The School of Media and Public Affairs is housed in the Media and Public Affairs building at 805 21st St, NW. It additionally houses the Graduate School of Political Management and the Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration (SPPPA). The Jack Morton Auditorium is on the first floor of the building. The Morton Auditorium is also the former site of taping for CNN's Crossfire.
The university broke ground on the site (a former parking lot) in 1999 and opened it in early 2001. SMPA students were initially charged an extra $500/semester for two years to he ...More...
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2002 photos: Image quality isn't going to be very good for the first half of this year because these are scans of prints.
Equipment this year: I took the plunge and bought my first digital camera. It was October 2002 and I bought an Epson PhotoPC 3100Z. While a nice camera, it had some quirks and bumping it would result in it being totally out of focus until you manually shut it down -- something which blurred almost every picture I took in New York City one day.
Trips this year: Two weeks out west, one week in New York, and one week down south.
This was the year I started the photo web site. It started to come together in September, mostly as a way of allowing me to keep track of the pictures I was taking.