Later this afternoon I'll be speaking on a panel at CWRU about investigative reporting with journalists from Jamaica, Latvia, Rwanda, Iraq and Sudan. It's a program of the Cleveland Council on World Affairs, CWRU journalism department, the Cleveland and John Carroll University chapters of SPJ and the JCU Center for Media Ethics.
This is the fourth such panel convened to meet with journalists from foreign countries. Over the summer we met with journalists from Moldovia and in the past we've met we've met with journalists from Russia, India and other African countries. Joining me for the third time are Dave Davis from The Plain Dealer, David Knox from the Akron Beacon Journal and, for the first time, Ted Gup from CWRU.
The program is free and open to the public from 2:15-3:30 p.m. today in Room 223 of Guilford Hall on the CWRU campus.