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JAMS 201 | MEDIA WRITING | Fall 2013

Department of Journalism, Advertising, and Media Studies | University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee | Bolton 150 | Facebook

|Lecturer |Teaching assistants | office hours |
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|Jane Hampden Daley |Rachel Anderson rea@uwm.edu | Tues 10-12 |
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|jhampden@uwm.edu |Steven Cuff smcuff@uwm.edu | Thurs 10:30-12:30 |
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|Cell: 414-962-0776 |Kate Kallenberger kallenb4@uwm.edu | Thurs 10-12 |
|Office: 414-229-4885 | |
| |Caitlin PenzeyMoog penzeym2@uwm.edu | Mon 2-4 |
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