Panel Discussion: Nina Berman among journalists behind Scientific American's multimedia reporting project

January 29, 2024 | Source: Monroe Gallery of Photography

 Via Columbia Graduate School of Journalism School

January 29, 2024

The U.S. is embarking on its biggest nuclear weapons production project ever which will cost taxpayers nearly $2 trillion dollars. To investigate the dangers and risks of nuclear weapons policy, Scientific American teamed up with Columbia Journalism School professors, Princeton's Program on Science and Global Security and the Brown Institute for Media Innovation, to create Missiles On Our Land, a video documentary, a 5-part podcast, data visualizations and print stories.

Join us Jan 29 at Columbia Journalism School's Lecture Hall from 6pm - 8:00pm for a talk about nuclear weapons policies and risks and how to successfully report on big issue topics across multiple media platforms.


Jeffrey DelViscio, Chief Multimedia Editor, Scientific American

Tulika Bose, Senior Multimedia Editor, Scientific American

Nina Berman, CJS Professor, co-director of Fallout

Duy Linh Tu, CJS Professor, co-director of Fallout

Sebastien Tuinder, CJS Alum, editor of Fallout

Sébastien Phillipe, Princeton University

Ella Weber, Princeton University

Katie Watson, Brown Institute

Mark Hanson, Brown Institute

Columbia Journalism School

Lecture Hall 2950 Broadway New York, NY 10027 United States

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