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Remembering Halberstam, Seeker Of Truth
NEW YORK (Dow Jones)
--The death Monday morning in a California automobile accident of David Halberstam, Pulitzer Prize-winning war correspondent and noted author, felt like a personal loss, though I met the former New York Timesman, whose name will always be linked to the Vietnam War, only once.
ACES Scholarships Go to Former and Current Editing Interns
All five scholarship winners in the American Copy Editors Societyís annual copy editing competition were former or are current Dow Jones Newspaper Fund editing interns.
Academic Journal Examines Scholastic Journalism
Scholastic journalism is a major focus of the spring issue of
, a journal for the members of the Association of Schools of Journalism and Mass Communication. A downloadable PDF is located at
2007 Roster of Programs Includes Online Training Site
The board of directors of the Dow Jones Newspaper Fund approved $504,250 in grants and operating expenses for 2007 programs for high school and college students and high school journalism teachers, including funding a new training site for its online editing internships.
The Fund will operate nine Centers for Editing Excellence, adding a site at Western Kentucky University, where college interns will train before beginning their online editing internships, a program added this year in partnership with Yahoo! News.
Awards Program To Honor Publication Advisers
Teaching, speaking, writing, reading, advising, grading, judging, coaching, critiquing. Just a few tasks publications advisers perform day in and day out, donít begin to acknowledge the dynamism, creativity and careful balance required to teach scholastic journalism today. The Dow Jones Newspaper Fund believes outstanding professionals deserve recognition and rewards for the stellar performance of their students.
Former Teacher of the Year Elected JEA President
Jack Kennedy, 1993 Dow Jones Newspaper Fund National High School Journalism Teacher of the Year, leads the slate of officers elected to the board of the Journalism Education Association in March. Their terms begin July 1 and end in June 2009.
Health Policy Fellowships Offered by Kaiser Family Foundation
The Kaiser Media Fellowship Program will award up to 10 fellowships to print, television, radio and online journalists interested in health policy issues.
Reynolds Institutes to Inspire High School Advisers
The American Society of Newspaper Editors will receive a $2.3 million, three-year grant from the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation to provide intensive two-week training programs to enable high school teachers to become effective journalism advisers.
Journalism Workshop Grant Program Ends Race Criteria
The Associated Press
More than two dozen urban journalism programs throughout the U.S. will not use race as a criteria for enrollment under a settlement with a white high school student who was rejected by one of the programs.
Journalism Adviser Stephen Chiger Is Honored in Jersey City
The Newspaper Fund surprised University Academy Charter High School journalism adviser Stephen Chiger at the school by presenting him with a plaque for being named a 2006 Special Recognition Adviser in the Journalism Teacher of the Year competition.
Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting Welcomes Enterprising Projects
The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting (
), an independent division of the World Security Institute (WSI), welcomes proposals for enterprising reporting projects throughout the world, with an emphasis on issues that have gone unreported, under-reported or mis-reported in the mainstream American media.
Freedom Forum Hosts Indian Journalism Institute
The Freedom Forum is accepting applications until March 31 for the seventh American Indian Journalism Institute, the premier journalism training and summer internship program for Native American college students, June 3-22, 2007.
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