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Chamberlin hinted that students
hoping for professional training along
the lines of a journalism school will
probably be disappointed.
"I think at the undergraduate level
we'll be looking at a program consis-
tent with aliberal arts college. We'll try
to find a focus for the department that
we think can build on our strengths and
*ovide a guiding structure for com-
munication studies," Chamberlin said.
"I think it is unlikely that in LSA that
we will try to said, acknowledg-
grow a profes- 'We'll try to find afocus for the department that ing that such a
sional school." small committee
That's fine we think can build on our strengths.' couldn't specifi-
with the director John Chamberlin cally represent all
of the Masters' interests.
program in jour- interim chair of the communication department "I think the
nalism,Jonathan dean is choosing
Friendly. "We've got a good committee and people with whom she has trust and
"I think we're appropriately put- wehavetoallowittime todoitswork," that's what she should be doing,"
ting an emphasis in a graduate profes- she said in a phone interview Monday. Friendly said.
sional program," he said. Friendly mostly agreed and said an Other members of the committee
Goldenberg said the school will extension might be in order to allow the include Price, an associate professor of
address concerns about the search for a group time to complete its mission. communication and associate chair of
new chair or other leaders after the "I would have liked to see a profes- the department; philosophy Prof.
committee gives its report Dec. 1. sional in journalism represented," he StephenDarwall;politicalscienceProf.
John Kingdon; Andrea Press, who has
a dual appointment in the communica-
tion and women's studies departments;
and history Prof. William Rosenberg..
While some might argue the prob-
in 1979, the current crisis escalated
when Goldenberg suspended the
department'srulesin January after then-
Dean Neil Malamuth announced he
would return to his position at UCLA.
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