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New Media and Development Communication, Fall 2009
A graduate research seminar designed and taught by Professor Anne Nelson at Columbia's School for International and Public Affairs (SIPA). The class's 24 members, working in a dozen languages, researched the impact of new media on developing societies.
Bottom Row (seated): Lena Shemel (US), Michelle Cordray US), Eric Couper (US), Matt Moore (US)
Second Row: Amanda Schreier (US), Jillian Buckley (US), Monika Sharma (US), Jaclyn Carlsen (US), Jodi Coplan (US), Mariana Barrera (Mexico), Zhong Yi Yeo (Singapore), Pablo Espinel (Ecuador), Stine Klapper (Germany)
Third Row: Liyu Sheng (China), Diana Rodriguez Wong (US), Denise Lee (US), Mehdi Jalali (Iran), Anjali Chowfla (US), Amy O'Neal (US), Anne Nelson, Yuan Chien-Wen (Taiwan), Keiju Matsunaga (Japan), Yi-Hsun Tseng (Taiwan), Kuowei Mu (Taiwan)
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