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Tow Tea: Network Analysis for Investigative Journalism

December 3, 2015 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Location: Pulitzer Hall, Room 601B
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Tow Tea: Network Analysis for Investigative Journalism
Columbia Journalism School
Pulitzer Hall – Room 601B
Thursday, December 3, 2015
4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

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The Tow Center for Digital Journalism is pleased to host a Tow Tea with Sheila Coronel, Academic Dean of Columbia Journalism School, Joe Karaganis, Vice President of The American Assembly, and Matthew Weber, proffessor and Assitant Director of Rutgers’ NETSci Network Science Research Lab.

A little more about the speakers:

Sheila Coronel: Sheila is the director and a professor at the Toni Stabile Center for Investigative Journalism at Columbia’s Journalism School along with being the Dean of Academic Affairs. Sheila is the author and editor of more than a dozen books, including “Coups, Cults & Cannibals,” a collection of reportage; “The Rulemakers: How the wealthy and well-born dominate Congress;” and “Pork and other Perks: Corruption and Governance in the Philippines.”

Joe Karaganis: Joe is Vice President at The American Assembly. His work focuses on the regulation of the knowledge economy, and has recently included research on intermediary liability, broadband adoption, and media piracy. His recent work includesMedia Piracy in Emerging Economies (2011) and Copy Culture in the US and Germany(2013). Current projects include the ‘Takedown Project’ and the ‘Open Syllabus Project.’ Prior to joining the American Assembly, he was a program director at the Social Science Research Council in New York.

Matthew Weber: Matthew is an Assistant Professor in the School of Communication and Information, and Director of Rutgers’ NetSCI Network Science Research Lab. Matthew’s research examines organizational change and adaptation, both internal and external, in response to new information communication technology. His recent work focuses on the transformation of the news media industry in the United States in response to new information communication technology.


If you have any questions regarding this event, please contact the Tow Center Administrator, Liz Boylan, at