USING MEDIA FOR PEACE AND RECONCILIATION IN ISRAEL AND PALESTINE: THE JUST VISION PROJECT Presentation of Work-in-Progress and Discussion, March 31st, 5:30 p.m., Wechsler Theater, MGC (Main Campus) Please join the Center for Social Media for a discussion with Ronit Avni, Director of the Just Vision project, an initiative that brings the stories of courageous Israeli and Palestinian grassroots efforts for peace to American audiences through video, educational curricula and the Internet. Ronit Avni recently received the Joshua Venture Fellowship for young Jewish social entrepreneurs to found Just Vision. Prior to initiating Just Vision, Ronit worked as the Program Associate at WITNESS. More information on Avni at: http://www.centerforsocialmedia.org/filmmakers/avni.htm
The selection list for each clinic for academic year 2004-05 will be posted on the bulletin board outside the Clinical Program office, Room 417, between Monday, March 29 and Wednesday, March 31. Students will also be notified by e-mail and U.S. mail. Selected students will need to complete an accept/decline form for their clinic position. The form will be available in the Clinical Program office after the list is posted.
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SUMMER SEMINAR REGISTRATION The summer externship seminar schedule will be posted within the next week. Please watch the course listings page for the LAW 769 numbers. Course descriptions will be posted on the Externship Program bulletin board.
You register for a seminar as you would for any other course. Then, you will go to our website and submit your Field Placement Request for Approval www.wcl.american.edu/externship. This submission will generate the forms you will need to have signed to proceed and register for field credits. The Request for Approval site will only be active once the seminar registration process has begun.
THE NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL LONG-DISTANCE PROGRAM There will be two, separate sections of the Long-Distance seminar and both will meet on May 17-19; the August dates will be the week of August 16 (M-W or T-TH). Professors Gleason and Freeman will determine the class times closer to the date; last year the seminars ran almost all day with a break for lunch. Attendance at all 6 seminar days is mandatory. The course packets from last summer are available in the office for review. Students can earn 3 graded credits for the seminar component, and 1, 2 or 3 P/F credits for their fieldwork, depending on how many hours a week you work. Last summer, WCL students externed in New York, California, Louisiana, Pennsylvania, Nevada, Florida, Massachusetts, Rome, Italy and Sydney, Australia. If