On 5 – 16 July 2010, the CMCS and the Center for Global Communication Studies at the Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania, are organizing this year's summer course on media for the CEU Summer University:
"Media Development and Democratization: Understanding and Implementing Monitoring and Evaluation Programs"
This intensive course is designed to help researchers from academia and civil society gain a better understanding of the history, theory, practice, current trends, and differing methodologies involved with the monitoring and evaluation of international aid programs and their impact.
The course also includes special topic lectures on radio, blogging, and new media.
Some 32 participants from nineteen countries are expected to take part in the summer school course. It will include lectures by leading experts on different aspects of media development.
- Monroe E. Price, Director of the Center for Global Communication Studies (CGCS) at the Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania
- Susan Abbott, Deputy Director for Programs with Internews Network
- Kate Coyer, Director of the Center for Media and Communication Studies (CMCS) at Central European University.
The course draws on the expertise of a range of faculty, who include:
- Gordon Adam, Media Support Solutions, UK
- Gerry Power, InterMedia UK (former BBC World Trust Service)
- Mladen Momcilovic, monitoring and evaluation specialist, Belgrade
- Sofie Jannusch, CAMECO and Media ME project, Germany
- Antonio Lambino, CommGap Program, World Bank
- Leon Morse, IREX Media Sustainability Index
- Sheldon Himelfarb, United States Institute of Peace
- Nicolas Boissez, Fondation Hirondelle
Administrative Coordinator: Eva Bognar, CMCS, email: BognarE AT ceu.hu
Summer course schedule
For more information, see the CEU Summer University site.