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CITI Summer Journal 2010
Internship Program in Communication and Media
The Columbia Institute for Tele-Information (CITI) is a university research center focusing on management and policy issues in electronic media. CITI was founded in 1983 as the first such center at a major business school. In its 25 years, CITI has published over 65 books on subjects of telecom, TV, cable, internet, and film, with a strong international dimension.
CITI seeks smart, motivated, self-starting individuals to perform research work on telecommunications, internet and mass media industries.
Some of the current projects are: a text book on media management; articles on ultra broadband networks; conferences on Latin American IT economies, user generated content, life cycles of social networks, Rural Broadband ARRA grants, and reasons for IT projects failure.
This is an unpaid position.
- Interest and experience in electronic mass media, telecom, internet, and related industries
- Experience with search engines and other research databases
- General computer proficiency
- Well-developed research, written, and verbal communication skills
- Flexibility and responsiveness in accomplishing multiple projects simultaneously
- Most of all, candidate must be resourceful and keen on learning new subjects
- Exposure to communications scholars, corporate executives, government policy makers, and international institutions.
- Weekly guest speakers and luncheons
- Access to CITI conferences
- Special events and trips
- Flexible hours.
- Please refer to our summer journals for further details.
Interested persons should send resume and cover letter to Jason Buckweitz, Assistant Director. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Fax: 212-854-1471
View the commemorative journals for our past summer intern programs:
Vickrey Auctions for Spectrum: The Track Record at Columbia University
State of Telecom
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