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When: Thursday, Oct 18, 2018, 7:00PM - 8:30PM
UW-Stout Memorial Student Center

In October, the library is hosting a three-event series dedicated to journalism and “fake news.” The series, called “Knowing News: Recognizing and Engaging with the News,” will run through Nov. 1st.

In collaboration with Dunn County News and the UW-Stout Library, this series includes a book discussion and presentation by UW-Eau Claire journalism professor Jan Larson in addition to a talk with a panel of journalists.

Read the Book-"The Elements of Journalism" by Bill Kovach and Tom Rosenstiel. This book is available for checkout at the Menomonie Public Library

Attend the Free Programs

Part one: Presentation by UW-Eau Claire Professor Jan Larson

Part two: October 18th- A Journalist Panel discusses Today's Newsroom. The panel consists of Rich Kremer (Wisconsin Public Radio), Chris Ison (University of Minnesota Journalism School and formerly Minneapolis Star Tribune), Keith Edwards (WQOW TV), Pam Powers (Stout Communications and formerly Eau Claire Leader-Telegram), and Barbara Lyons (Dunn County News). Kate Edenborg (Stout School of Journalism will facilitate). This event is held in Ballroom A at the UW-Stout Memorial Student Center.

Part three: November 1st-Book Discussion-"The Elements of Journalism" by Bill Kovach and Tom Rosenstiel

UW-Stout Memorial Student Center