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Learning Journalism From Bob Woodward

August 30, 2013

Learning from a master.

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In the spring, aspiring Yale journalists will have the opportunity to learn from one of the most famous names in the field, Bob Woodward ’65.

Woodward will teach the spring section of “Journalism,” an intensive seminar that the English Department offers each spring and fall. Woodward, who is well-known for uncovering the Watergate Scandal with his colleague Carl Bernstein at the Washington Post in the 1970s, said he hopes to teach his students about the intensive and immersive reporting method he developed throughout his prolific journalistic career.

“I think that even in the era of impatience and speed, which defines the news media now, that there is a place for [total immersive journalism],” Woodward said. “I’m going to try to share 40 years of experience.”

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