Workshops – 2013

  • All Advisers MeetingStudents
    Ilsa Cowen & Rob Schimenz, New York Scholastic Press Association
  • Bringing Big Stories Home: The Art of Localizing News
    Sarah Darville, Gotham Schools
  • Censorship Pressure? What to Do When Others Want to Stop You From Publishing
  •  Leslie Seifert, Journalists in Schools
  • The Devil is in the Details: Copyediting 101
    Dan Adkison, TIME magazine
  • Drawing the Reader in: Getting the most out of your illustrations and political cartoons
    Peter Hamlin, Associated Press
  • Easy Peasy Production: Production 101
    Avery Marder, Trade Mark Graphics
  • The Editor’s Role: Managing a Staff, Planning Coverage and Strategic Thinking
    Josh Mills, Baruch College
  • Getting Good Quotes: The art of the interview
    Andrew Strickler, Law360
  • Grammar for Journalists
    Lonnie Isabel, CUNY Graduate School of Journalism
  • How to Write a Delicious Food Story
    Indrani Sen, CUNY Graduate School of Journalism
  • Just the Facts, M’am: Verification and factchecking, the cornerstones of journalism
    Katie Thomas, New York Times
  • First Amendment Rights – Do You Have Them?
    Ilsa Cowen, New York Scholastic Press Association
  • Investing in Investigative Reporting
    Michael Arena, CUNY Graduate School of Journalism
  • Lightning Ledes
    Jere Hester, CUNY Graduate School of Journalism
  • Making a Story with StoryMaker: A video tool for Androids
    Lindsay Armstrong, Baruch College
  • Monthly (or Quarterly) AND Relevant? Here’s How
    Holly Epstein Ojalvo, Kicker
  • The Music of Writing
    Michael Lydon, author and musician
  • Nitty Gritty of Newspaper Design
    Colter Hettich, NY Daily News
  • No Cheering in the Press Box: Separating the sports fan from the sportswriter
    Josh Sipkin, Information Technology High School
  • Show, Don’t Tell: Use the data in your stories to create visualizations
    Malik Singlteon, CUNY Graduate School of Journalism
  • Smart Phone Journalism
    Sandeep Junnarkar, CUNY Graduate School of Journalism
  • So You Want to Be a Film Critic?
    Rafer Guzman, Newsday
  • Why Rocking the Boat is Worth it: Lessons from an 11-year-old filmmaker
    CJ & Zachary Maxwell, “Yuck! A fourth-graders short documentary about school lunch”
  • Write with Sway: Convince your reader good editorials and opinion pieces
    Ted Hamm, St. Joseph’s College New York
  • Writing about Popular Music
    Michael Lydon, author and musician

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