Goldman has been teaching at the Columbia University Graduate School of
Journalism since 1993. His courses include " Reporting and Writing
I," the "Master's Project" and "Covering Religion."
Since 2000, he has taken his "Covering Religion"
class abroad to Israel, Jordan, Russia, Ukraine, India and Ireland. In the
spring and summer of 2007, students from "Covering Religion" were
invited to participate in the Carnegie-Knight Initiative on the Future of
Journalism Education, a program known in short as "News21."
Professor Goldman served as their executive editor.
Links to Web sites students created in conjunction with
"Covering Religion" and "News21" may be found below.
"Covering Religion" 2010:
Journey to Jerusalem: Reporting on
the Faiths of the Holy Land
"Covering Religion" 2009:
Beyond the Brogue:
Covering Ireland's Changing Religious Landscape
The Faiths O' the
Irish: Reporting on Religion from Ireland
News21, Spring/Summer 2007:
of Faith in America: The New Americans
"Covering Religion" 2007:
Under the Bodhi Tree: Reporting on the Faiths of India
"Covering Religion" 2006:
Namaste: A Journey Through Spiritual India
"Covering Religion" 2005:
Sacred Spaces: Reporting from the Holy Land
"Covering Religion" 2004:
The Soul of the South
"Covering Religion" 2003:
Revisited: Ten Days in Moscow and Kazan
"Covering Religion" 2002:
Finding Faith: Covering Religion in Russia and Ukraine Today
"Covering Religion" 2001:
the Religions of Israel