What I like to say is we like students to leave here with the intellectual dexterity to deal with unending change. That is a core journalistic skill along with learning to verify information and write it in a compelling way.

Bill Grueskin, Dean of Academic Affairs at Columbia J-School, in a Q&A with PBS MediaShift’s Mark Glaser.

The Q&A covers Columbia’s revamped curriculum, and thoughts on the future of journalism education.

Related: Thoughts about Columbia, journalism education, and j-school from the FJP archives.

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