Penn Center for Science, Sustainability and the Media, Annenberg Public Policy Center, and Inside Climate News are excited to present this workshop to Penn Students to have an opportunity to work and learn from leading environmental and climate journalists.
Sign up for an opportunity to learn from and work with leading environmental and climate journalists, and have a piece reviewed by an experienced journalist from Inside Climate News. For this workshop you can expect to learn about how to get into journalism as a career, feedback on in-progress articles, and writing advice. This workshop is for students who are journalists, interested in journalism or science news writing, and folks interested in science communication.
This workshop is open only to Penn undergraduate and graduate students of all majors and disciplines.
This workshop will take place from 9:00am-11:00am at the Annenberg Public Policy Center.
Participating ICN journalists include:
- Victoria St. Martin, Health and Environmental Justice Reporter
- Marianne Lavelle, Washington, D.C. Reporter
- Vernon Loeb, Executive Editor, Inside Climate News
- Michael Kodas, Senior Editor, Inside Climate News
About Inside Climate News:
Founded in 2007, Inside Climate News is a Pulitzer Prize-winning, nonprofit, nonpartisan news organization that provides essential reporting and analysis on climate change, energy and the environment, for the public and for decision makers. They serve as watchdogs of government, industry and advocacy groups and hold them accountable for their policies and actions.
They have earned national recognition for our work and many of the most prestigious awards in journalism, including the Pulitzer. Already one of the largest dedicated environmental newsrooms in the country, ICN, through its local reporting networks, is committed to training the next generation of journalists, and to strengthening the practice of environmental and justice journalism.
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