The 2012 SUSI for Student Leaders on New Media in Journalism at Ball State University began Monday with a Welcome Breakfast attended by the SUSI participants from Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines, as well as Ball State faculty.
Classes and workshops for SUSI are based on a “News” curriculum developed jointly by faculty in the Departments of Journalism and Telecommunications that focuses on multi- platform storytelling and new media.
Students also heard remarks by Charles Payne, BSU assistant provost for diversity, who lectured on cultural differences that participants might encounter while in the United States.
The day also included a visit to the Student Recreation and Wellness Center, a walking tour of campus and a group picture…
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