Cal State Northridge Journalism Department's Monday Memo
Newsletter for Journalism Majors
Internships, jobs, accomplishments and general announcements
Fall 2013 * Issue No. 1
To submit information to the Monday Memo, please contact Carolina Najarro, editor, at ext. 3135, email submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org, or stop by MZ 210. The deadline for submission is Noon, Wednesday.
Welcome Back Journalism Students
Faculty Office Hours – Faculty adviser and part-time faculty office hours are available outside the Department office.
Courses Not Counting for Credit - The following courses have been determined to overlap journalism coursework and, as such, cannot be taken as part of the collateral field requirement nor can they apply toward the 80 units required outside the field of Journalism/Mass Communication. Art – 151, 200, 243, 244, 250, 300, 301, 341, 343, 344, 350, 351, 353, 354,355, 356, 444, 446, 450, 455, 458. Asian American Studies – 230. Chicano Studies – 390, 405. Cinema & TV Arts (RTVF/CTVA) - All courses except 210, 305, 309, 310, 410, 412, 413, 415. Communication Studies – 428. Gender and Women’s Studies – 410. Pan African Studies- 355, 451. Religious Studies – 204. Internships or field studies in other departments which involve work related to journalism and mass media will not count for credit. Transferred journalism courses that are not articulated will not count towards credit. AMC Courses (Arts, Media, and Communication) will not count towards credit.
Reading Room - For journalism students who need to access computers or need a quiet place to study, the Journalism Department has a computer lab in the Michael Emery Reading Room, MZ 208. No food, drinks, or using MySpace/Facebook in the Reading Room!
Email - Check your @my.csun.edu e-mail regularly or forward your university e-mail to an account like hotmail. Remember that the @my.csun.edu is the official Cal State Northridge communication method. It is the student's responsibility to monitor his/her University e-mail. Not checking e-mail is not a good reason for missing deadlines.
Social Networking Sites – The Department can be found on Facebook at http://facebook.com/CSUNJournalism, Twitter at http://twitter.com/CSUNJournalism and on Google+ at http://bit.ly/ouLNnj.
Moodle – Students who need help with Moodle can visit http://www.csun.edu/at/teaching/tools/moodle.html for information training.