You’re a student assigned to cover happenings at a big conference. Need a place to work? Equipment to get it done? A few editing ideas from seasoned veterans? Checkout the SEJ Student Newsroom. Located at the heart of the conference site, it’s a space to work, learn and chill. Environmental journalists will stop by to offer advice and mentoring. The newsroom will be outfitted with Internet-connected desktop computers and field equipment for checkout (e.g., video/still cameras, pods, lights, mics, audio recorders, etc.). In addition, the special programming developed just for environmental journalism students will be available at the newsroom. See the SEJ Student Newsroom on Wednesday and Friday for more information on these programs.
If you are interested in finding out more about how to participate at the SEJ Student Newsroom and related events, please contact Dr. Joe Champ, Department of Journalism and Media Communication, Colorado State University at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Storytelling is in our DNA. Since the beginning of time, human beings have been energized by narratives that affect us on deep intellectual and emotional levels. In this informative, thought-provoking seminar, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, published novelist and special assistant professor in CSU’s Department of Journalism and Media Communication will serve as a guide to unlocking the mysteries of persuasive and engaging narrative storytelling. It is the story that prompts us to pay closer attention and care about the data itself — the very ambition of all good environmental reporting and writing.
STUDENTS ONLY. Snacks and soft drinks provided. Must be registered for the conference to attend. If you are interested in finding out more about how to participate at the SEJ Student Newsroom and related events, please contact Dr. Joe Champ, Department of Journalism and Media Communication, Colorado State University at email@example.com.
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