trcbauvytzcewsvqfa

Media and Politics Café, April 16

The John Hazen White College of Arts & Sciences is hosting its spring Media & Politics Café on Tuesday, April 16, 11:30am-1:30pm, in the John J. Bowen Center Presentation Room. The topic of this discussion will focus on fake news – who generates it, how it contributes to/hinders political discourse, and how the media manages the impact of fake news. Wendy Wagner, professor, will serve as the moderator. Panelists includes:

  • Ted Nesi, digital report, WPRI 12

  • Dr. Pablo Rodriguez, journalist

  • Tara Granahan, radio host, AM630/99.7FM WPRO

Faculty and staff are welcome to attend. Faculty are also invited to bring their class. Please direct all RSVPs (both individual and class) to Kevin DeJesus, Ph.D., assistant professor.