Workshops — 2017

  •  StudentsAll Advisers Meeting
    New York Scholastic Press Association
  • Breaking into Independent Student Journalism
    Maria Milekhina, Highly Independent
  • The Devil is in the Details: Copyediting 101
    Dan Adkison, New York Times
  • The Editor’s Role: Managing a Staff, Planning Coverage and Strategic Thinking
    Josh Mills, Baruch College
  • Front Page to Digital Age: Taking Your Print Story Online with Video
    David Roush, Harry S Truman High School 
  • Grammar for Journalists
    Lonnie Isabel, CUNY Graduate School of Journalism
  • Hound Dog Journalism: How to investigate the stories no one has
    Beth Daley, InsideClimate News
  • How to Break News as a High School Journalist – We did and you can, too!
    Mehrose Ahmad and Sumaita Hasan, formerly of The Classic at Townsend Harris High School
  • Interviewing 101
    Katie Honan, DNAinfo; Kristen Meinzer, Panoply
  • Journalists’ Mistakes: Lessons for Limiting Legal Risks & Ethical Lapses
    Geanne Belton, Baruch College
  • Lightning Ledes
    Jere Hester, CUNY Graduate School of Journalism
  • The Music of Writing
    Michael Lydon, author and musician
  • Newswriting 101
    Christina Carrega, NY Daily News; Jeanmarie Evely, DNAinfo
  • Numeracy For Young Journalists: Data Journalism 101
    Carl Bialik, Yelp
  • Photojournalism in the Digital Age
    John Smock, CUNY Graduate School of Journalism
  • Podcasting 101
    Gisele Regatao, Baruch College
  • Real Reporting in the Age of Fake News
    Harry Siegel, Daily Beast
  • Smart Phone Reporting
    Sandeep Junnarkar, CUNY Graduate School of Journalism
  • So You Want to Be a Film Critic?
    Rafer Guzman, Newsday
  • Tweet All About It: Why News Needs Social Media
    Charlotte Cooper, WNYC
  • Writing about Popular Music
    Michael Lydon, author and musician
  • Writing for the Ear: Be heard on air and on the page
    Myles Miller, WPIX-TV
  • Write with Sway: Convince your reader good editorials and opinion pieces
    Ted Hamm, St. Joseph’s College New York