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2007 Summer Workshops and Courses for High School
Journalism Teachers, Publications Advisers and Students

Workshops for Teachers | Workshops for Students | DJNF Workshops for High School Students

  
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ARKANSAS
ASPA Summer Publications Workshop for Teachers and Students
Arkansas Scholastic Press Association
Allen Loibner, Director
Pulaski Technical College
3000 W. Scenic Drive
North Little Rock, AR 72118
(501) 912-7272
Contact: aloibner@pulaskitech.edu
ASPA@pulaskitech.edu
www.arkansasscholasticpress.org
Dates: June 25 - 27
Cost: Free to advisers bringing students; arranging lodging is the responsibility of each staff. Tuition is $75 per student; non-refundable $25 deposit.
Application deadline: June 4


ARIZONA
The Reynolds High School Journalism Institute
American Society of Newspaper Editors
Arizona State University
Tempe AZ
Contact: Diana Mitsu Klos, Senior Projects Director, ASNE
(703) 453-1125
Download an application at www.highschooljournalism.org/Content.cfm?id=3
Dates: June 17 - 29
Application deadline: April 2
The Reynolds Institute is an intensive two-week newspaper journalism training program for high school teachers. One hundred and five teachers will be competitively selected for the 2007 program at three sites.
Cost: Free

CALIFORNIA
California Scholastic Press Association-Cal Poly San Luis Obispo Journalism Workshop
CSPA Student Office
384 Mira Mar Ave.
Long Beach, CA 90814
Contact: Steve Harvey
(714) 834-3784
CSPAworkshop.org
Dates: July 15 - 27
Application deadline: May 4
Cost: $925, which includes tuition, housing and all meals. There are a limited number of partial scholarships
Courses: Participants will complete 35 journalism assignments and have the opportunity to attend several press conferences, learn how to cover a simulated breaking crime story, cover a trial, write a football game story, conduct an interview, report on a simulated major disaster, prepare a magazine story, learn editing techniques, have their high school newspapers critiqued, practice online journalism, produce and tape a television newscast, and shoot and process news photographs. Classes run from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Instructors are: Steve Harvey, feature writer and columnist; Art Aguilar, community newspaper editor and publisher; Stan Kelton, First Amendment specialist; Jay Berman, retired journalism professor; Gil Chesterton, journalism adviser; Janet Eastman, life and style editor; Rich Hammond, sports writer; Todd Harmonson, sports reporter; Scott Harris, former columnist and freelancer; Pat Mott, freelancer and novelist; Lance Orosco, television reporter; Chris Carlson, photographer; Nicole Vargas, sports reporter; and Larry Welborn, legal affairs reporter.

Youth Journalism Advising and University of California "G" Elective Workshop
Center for Integration and Improvement of Journalism
San Francisco State University

1600 Holloway Ave, HUM 307
San Francisco, CA 94132
Contact: Amanda Stupi
(415) 338-2083
Dates: July 23 - 26 and July 27
Cost: Youth Journalism Advising $350; University of California "G" Elective $115
Application deadline: June 11
Apply on line at: www.ciij.org/workshops or email Amanda Stupi at ciijhs@sfsu.edu

Stanford University
Stanford, CA
Newspaper By the Bay
Contact: Gil Chesterton
612 Colleen Drive
San Jose, CA 95123
(408) 281-1514
Dates: July 8 - 12
Cost: $465; $260 for commuters
Application deadline: June 1 (early reservations recommended as the workshop was full before last year�s deadline).
Workshop stresses nuts-and-bold journalism basics. Students write an one-the-spot news story (one hour to write story), a feature story, an editorial, a sports story and design a front page. One-on-one newspaper critiques offered. Daily sessions for journalism teachers.


FLORIDA
School of Journalism and
Mass Communications
Florida International University
North Miami, FL 33181
Contact: Dr. Lillian Lodge Kopenhaver, Dean
School of Journalism and Mass Communication
Florida International University
Biscayne Bay Campus
3000 N.E. 151 St. AC2 335
North Miami, FL 33181
(305) 919-5674
kopenhav@fiu.edu
Dates: June 11 � 15
MMC 5207 � Ethical and Legal Foundations of the Student Press
Application deadline: May 23
Cost: $2,368, graduate credit.

Intensive Journalistic Writing Institute
Florida Southern College
Lakeland, FL
Contact: Carol Lange
2334 Harleyford Court
Reston, VA 20191
(703) 860-0365
langeJour@aol.com
www.flsouthern.edu/academics/comm/ijwi_info.pdf
Dates: July 22 -28
Application Deadline: May 25
Teachers who attend the Intensive Journalistic Writing Institute (IJWI) will be prepared to teach an honors-level journalistic writing course. Techniques covered during IJWI have been used to successfully prepare students to sit for the Advanced Placement English Language and Composition Examination and is especially suited for recent changes to the exam. Leave Florida with models, methods and motivation to create better student writers and critical thinkers.
Cost: $350 plus $300 for two credits in media writing through the Communcations Department.

Online Summer Workshop for Journalism Teachers and Advisers
News University, Poynter Institute for Media Studies
St. Petersburg, FL 33701
Contact: Vicki Krueger
Editor, News University
courses@newsu.org
http://www.newsu.org
Online training for high school journalism teachers and newspaper advisers created by Kent State's Center for Scholastic Journalism and brought to you by Poynter's NewsU. Covered topics: Law and ethics as they apply to student media; how to advise student publications/media managment; the information gathering, writing, editing and design approaches neeeded for today's media. Faculty includes Candace Perkins Bowen, John Bowen, H.L. Hall and Susan Tantillo. And you'll learn from other educators in your virtual seminar room. As with other NewsU courses, this online group seminar will be tightly focused and require a reasonably short time commitment. Details, including dates, cost and how to apply, will be announded later this spring.
Cost: A modest fee to be announced.

Summer Journalism Institute
University of Florida
P.O. Box 118400
Gainesville, FL 32611
Contacts: Dr. William McKeen
(352) 392-0500
wmckeen@jou.ufl.edu
Ted Spiker
(352) 392-6990
tspiker@jou.ufl.edu
http://www.jou.ufl.edu/sji/index.html
Dates: June 23 - 28
Application deadline: June 1
Cost: $400, scholarships are available


GEORGIA
Georgia Advisers' Workshop
University of Georgia
Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communications
Athens, GA 30602-3018
Contact: Joe Dennis, director
(706) 542-5022
jodennis@uga.edu
Dates: July 18 -19
Application deadline: June 29
Cost: $169; One PLU credit for Georgia teachers


ILLINOIS
Department of Journalism
Online Graduate Courses for High School Publication Advisers and/or Journalism Teachers
Eastern Illinois University
600 Lincoln Ave.
Charleston, IL 61920-3099
Contact: Prof. James Tidwell
217-581-7118
FAX: 217-581-7188

All courses are offered online. Get more information and enroll at http://www.ux1.eiu.edu/~cfjat/classes/advisers/


The Chicagoland Yearbook Experience
Dominican University in River Forest, Ill.
Contact Jamie Silver
(847) 561-8525
E-mail: jsilver803@earthlink.net
Dates: Aug. 3 - 5
www.hjcye.org

INDIANA
Department of Journalism
Journalism Advisers Workshops
Ball State University
Adviser Workshops
Department of Journalism
AJ 304
Muncie, IN 47306
Contact: Brian Hayes, Director of Workshops
(765) 285- 8900
bhayes@bsu.edu
www.bsujournalismworkshops.com/
Dates: July 16 � 20 and July 23 - 27
Cost: Approximately $700 not including room and meals
Application deadline: July 1


High School Journalism Institute
Indiana University
940 E. Seventh St.
Bloomington, IN 47405-7108
(812) 855-0895 or 855-0865
Contact: Jack Dvorak, Professor and Director- High School Journalism Institute
E-mail: dvorakj@indiana.edu
http://journalism.indiana.edu/hsji/
Application deadline: May 25
Dates: June 18 � 22 J525: Newspaper Advising
June 18 - 22 J525: Photojournalism
June 25 � 29 J525: Yearbook Advising
June 25 � 29 J525: Web Design
Cost: Approximately $900 (includes tuition, fees, room and meals)


IOWA
University of Iowa Summer Journalism Workshops for Teachers
School of Journalism and Mass Communication
University of Iowa
100 Adler Journalism Bldg., Room E346
Iowa City, IA 52242-2004
Contact: Vanessa Shelton
(319) 335-3455
vanessa-shelton@uiowa.edu
www.uiowa.edu/~journshp/
Dates: June 25-29 publication advising: yearbooks and newspapers/newsmagazines. Available online via webcast.
July 9-13 teaching journalistic reporting, writing and editing: tools for the digital age. Available online via webcast.
July 16-20 visual communication: publication design, InDesign and Photoshop
Cost: $349 per semester hour


KANSAS
Kansas Journalism Institute
University of Kansas in Lawrence
School of Journalism
200 Stauffer-Flint Hall
Lawrence, KS 66045
Contact: John Hudnall, executive director
Kansas Scholastic Press Association
kspa@ku.edu
www.journalism.ku.edu/kji
(785) 864-7625 Fax: (785) 864-5945
Dates: June 17 � 21
Application deadline: May 18

Journalism Education Association Advisers Institute
Kansas State University
103 Kedzie Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506 Contact: Linda S. Puntney
(785) 532-7822 or (785) 532-5532
lindarp@ksu.edu
Sequence I, June 24 � 29, Law and Ethics, Advising in the 21st Century, Philadelphia, Pa. Improve your overall teaching skills and learn about First Amendment rights
Cost: $300
Sequence II, July 15 � 20, Advising School Publications, Manhattan, Kan.Provides an overview of information and materials to facilitate teaching journalism and advising publications.
Sequence III, July 20 � 25, Desktop Publishing, Manhattan, Kan.
Sharpen your technology skills and learn about the latest software.
Cost: $325 per sequence, includes room and board.


LOUISIANA
Louisiana Scholastic Journalism Institute
Louisiana State University
Manship School of Mass Communication
Baton Rouge, LA 70803
Contact: Chris McCollough
(225) 578-1899
cmccol1@lsu.edu
Dates: June 3 - 8
Application deadline: May 1 (extended beyond posted deadlines, both scholarships and registration)
Cost: $250. Scholarships available

MICHIGAN
MIPA Publication Advisers Workshop
School of Journalism
Michigan State University
305 Communications Arts Building
East Lansing, MI 48824
Contact: Cheryl Pell
MIPA workshop
(517) 353-6761
pell@msu.edu
www.mipa.jrn.msu.edu
Dates: July 23 - 27
Student Press Law, Power Advising, Photoshop for Advisers
Dates: July 30 - Aug. 3
Publication Design, Writing with Bobby, Newspaper Advising, yearbook Advising, Photography for Advisers

Application deadline: July 1
Cost: $659 for two credits; $988.50 for three credits; option housing, $42 per day

MISSISSIPI
Adviser Boot Camp
Sponsored by The Mississippi Press Association
at the University of Mississippi
Mrs. Beth Fitts, workshop director
Department of Journalism
120 Lester Hall
P.O. Box 1848
Oxford, MS 38677-1848
(662) 915-7146
Workshop dates: July 8 - 13
Application deadline: May 1
Cost: Free to state residents; $300 for room, board and fees for non-residents.

MISSOURI
The Reynolds High School Journalism Institute
American Society of Newspaper Editors
University of Missouri
Columbia, MO
Contact: Diana Mitsu Klos, Senior Projects Director, ASNE
(703) 453-1125
Download an application at www.highschooljournalism.org/Content.cfm?id=3
Dates: July 8 - 20
Application deadline: April 2
The Reynolds Institute is an intensive two-week newspaper journalism training program for high school teachers. One hundred and five teachers will be competitively selected for the 2007 program at three sites.
Cost: Free

Missouri Interscholastic Press Association Summer Media Workshop
University of Missouri
School of Journalism
Contacts: Professor Anna Romero
76 Gannett Hall
Columbia, MO 65211-1200
(573) 882-6031
MU Conference Office
Cindy Hazelrigg
(573) 882-4038
Diane Boyle, SMW director
(636) 391-0096
http://muconf.missouri.edu/smw
Dates: July 8 - 12

Jostens Adviser University
Kansas City Downtown Marriott
Kansas City, MO
Contact: Gary Lundgren
76 Gannett Hall
gary.lundgren@jostens.com
http://www.jostens.com/jau
(800) 235-4774, ext. 4749
Dates: July 20 -23
Courses: Introduction to Yearbook Advising, by Dr. Gloria Eastman; Advanced Advising Strategies by John Cutsinger, Bobby Hawthorne; Strategies for Teaching Photography by Mike McLean; Yearbook Business Management by Sandy Woodcock; Magazine Advising by Marci Pieper. Graduate credit is available. Cost and deadlines: Early-bird, $350 postmarked by June 15; Standard rate, $375 postmarked after June 16. Hotel registration cut-off: June 28, room rate: $138.85 per night; reservation requires first night.

NEVADA
The Reynolds High School Journalism Institute
American Society of Newspaper Editors
University of Nevada, Reno
Reno NV
Contact: Diana Mitsu Klos, Senior Projects Director, ASNE
(703) 453-1125
Download an application at www.highschooljournalism.org/Content.cfm?id=3
Dates: July 15 - 27
Application deadline: April 2
The Reynolds Institute is an intensive two-week newspaper journalism training program for high school teachers. One hundred and five teachers will be competitively selected for the 2007 program at three sites.
Cost: Free

NEW YORK
School Press Institute
Newhouse School of Public Communications
Syracuse University
310 Newhouse I
Syracuse University
Syracuse, NY 13244
Contact: Sherri Taylor
taylorsa@syr.edu
(315) 443-2525
Advising 101
Dates: July 19 - Aug. 2
Cost: $300, includes some meals; meal plan is extra
Application deadline: July 16

Columbia Scholastic Press Association
CSPA 24th Summer Journalism Workshop
Columbia University
303 Journalism
2950 Broadway
New York, NY 10027
Contact: Ed Sullivan
cspa@columbia.edu
www.columbia.edu/cu/cspa
(212) 854-9400
Dates: June 24 � 29
Application deadline: Postmarked May 14, $295 deposit required
Sequences in newspaper reporting and writing, page editing, design, management for advisers and editors and newspaper design and redesign.
Cost: $749, residents; $449, commuters, meals not included. On-campus chaperones not attending classes pay $399.

NORTH CAROLINA
School of Journalism and Mass Communication
North Carolina Scholastic Media Institute
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Carroll Hall, CB #3365
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3365
Contact: Monica Hill, director, North Carolina Scholastic Media Association
(888) 562-6276
Fax: (919) 962-0620
ncsma@unc.edu
www.ibiblio.org/ncsma
Dates: June 18 - 21
Cost: $160
Application postmark deadline: May 31
JOMC 491, Teaching Broadcast Journalism in Secondary School
JOMC 605, Design and Production of Secondary School Publications
Dates: July 9 -19 Cost: Free tuition and overnight accommodations for up to 20 North Carolina high school journalism teachers. UNC-CH out-of-state tuition for out-of-state teachers.
Application deadline: May 1

OHIO
Online Summer Workshop for Journalism Teachers and Advisers
News University, Poynter Institute for Media Studies
St. Petersburg, FL 33701
Contact: Vicki Krueger
Editor, News University
courses@newsu.org
http://www.newsu.org
Online training for high school journalism teachers and newspaper advisers created by Kent State's Center for Scholastic Journalism and brought to you by Poynter's NewsU. Covered topics: Law and ethics as they apply to student media; how to advise student publications/media managment; the information gathering, writing, editing and design approaches neeeded for today's media. Faculty includes Candace Perkins Bowen, John Bowen, H.L. Hall and Susan Tantillo. And you'll learn from other educators in your virtual seminar room. As with other NewsU courses, this online group seminar will be tightly focused and require a reasonably short time commitment. Details, including dates, cost and how to apply, will be announded later this spring.
Cost: A modest fee to be announced.

PENNSYLVANIA
Point Park University
High School Teachers Workshop in Journalism
201 Wood St.
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
(412) 392-3409
Contact: Helen Fallon
hfallon@pointpark.edu
Dates: July 24 -29
Application deadline: June 1


SOUTH CAROLINA
Carolina Journalism Institute
University of South Carolina
College of Mass Communications and Information Studies
600 Assembly St.
Columbia, SC 29208
Phone: (803) 777-6284
FAX: (803) 777-4103
Contacts: Karen Flowers, flowersk@gwm.sc.edu
Alison Shuman, CJI office coordinator, schopress@gwm.sc.edu
For more information visit http://www.sc.edu/cmcis/so/sipa/cji
Dates: June 13 - 17
Courses: Advertising-business; desktop publishing; literary magazine; photojournalism; publication advising; publication design; broadcast (traditional and media fusion); journalistic writing; feature & opinion writing; newspaper advanced section editors; newspaper editorial leadership; yearbook coverage, captions and visuals; yearbook theme building; and yearbook editors
Cost: $215 early-bird registration by April 30 or $245 (May 1 or later); does not include housing or meals except Sunday brunch, housing for students in quads is $85, and private rooms for advisers are $220 single, $160 double, and $120 quad. Lab fee of $25 for broadcast, desktop publishing and photojournalism.
Deadline: Non-refundable deposit of $100 for commuters or $150 with housing is required by April 30 to receive early bird rate.

SOUTH DAKOTA
Summer Publications Workshop for Teachers and Students
School of Journalism and Mass Communication
South Dakota State University
Brookings, SD 57007
Contact: Director Doris Giago
South Dakota High School Press Association
South Dakota State University
Box 2235
Brookings, SD 57007
(605) 688-6236
Doris.Giago@sdstate.edu
Dates: Yearbook: June 10� - 14
Dates: Newspaper: June 15 - 21
Application deadline: June 1
Workshop Fee: $275
Graduate Fee: $210 per credit

TEXAS
Association of Texas Photography Instructors
Summer Workshop for Instructors Only
Texas A&M; University - Commerce
Contact: Mark Murray, executive director
P.O. Box 121092
Arlington, TX 76012
info@atpi.org
Phone: (817) 229-2237
www.atpi.org
Dates: June 27 � 30

Gloria Shields All-American Publications Workshop
DFW Harvey Hotel (to be renamed Westin Hotel)
612 N. Zang Blvd.
Dallas, TX 75208
Contact: Deanne Hullender
(214) 944-4541
gloriashields@dcschools.com
www.dcschools.com/pubworkshop
Dates: July 8-12
Courses: Business advertising, yearbook courses including intro to yearbook, yearbook writing, intermediate yearbook, yearbook section editors, yearbook editorial leadership; newspaper courses including editorial leadership, beginning photography, intermediate photography, advanced photography, photo editors, graphics with beginning InDesign, advanced InDesign and publication design
Cost: Fees vary for online or mail registration.
Hotel fees are separate, to make reservations contact www.dfwairport.harveyhotels.com/
Deadline: June 15, for course registration, June 23 for hotel reservations

ILPC Summer Publications Workshop for Students and Teachers
Jeanne Acton, director
Mailing address to receive application information:
P.O. Box 8028
Austin, TX 78713
Phone number: (512) 471-5883
E-mail address: jeacton@mail.utexas.edu
Web address: www.uil.utexas.edu
Dates: June 22 � 25
Cost: $240, housing costs vary; commuter tuition, $165
Application deadline: June 1, without late penalties


UTAH
Camp Yearbook (for students and advisers)
Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort
Contact: Jason Castleton, camp director
771 South 1200 East
Salt Lake City, UT 84102
(801) 558-1708
Jason.castleton@jostens.com
http://www.jostens.com/yearbook/staff_work.html
Dates: July 30 - Aug. 1


VIRGINIA
Virginia High School JCamp
Educational Media Company at Virginia Tech
Virginia Association of Journalism Teachers and Advisers
Kelly Furnas, editorial adviser
Virginia Tech
350A Squires Student Center (0546)
Blacksburg, VA 24061
(540) 231-3645
furnas@vt.edu
Valerie Penton, VAJTA director
Harrisonburg High School
1001 Garbers Church Road
Harrisonburg, VA 22801
vpenton@harrisonburg.k12.va.us
www.collegemedia.com/jcamp
Dates: July 29 - Aug. 2
Application deadline: March 2 - June 1
Cost: $475
Plan for the upcoming school year. Brush up on your writing, design, editing and production skills. Learn new techniques from some of the leading media advisers and journalists in the area. Get motivated to produce award-winning newspaper, yearbook, magazine or broadcast.

The Reynolds High School Journalism Institute
American Society of Newspaper Editors
Reston, VA
Contact: Diana Mitsu Klos, Senior Projects Director, ASNE
(703) 453-1125
Download an application at www.highschooljournalism.org/Content.cfm?id=3
Application deadline: April 2
The Reynolds Institute is an intensive two-week newspaper journalism training program for high school teachers. One hundred and five teachers will be competitively selected for the 2007 program at Arizona State University, Tempe, June 17 - 29; the University of Missouri at Columbia, July 8 - 20; and the University of Nevada, Reno, July 15 - 27.
Cost: Free

WASHINGTON
WJEA Summer Workshop for Advisers �Writes & Responsibility�
Central Washington University
Ellensburg, WA
Deb Kalina
24009 107th Drive, S.E.
Woodinville, WA 98077
(206) 484-9720
www.wjea.net
Dates: July 28 - 31
Cost: $350, for all meals, housing and one evening pass to the Ellensburg Jazz Festival; two quarter credits available at $120 each.
Application deadline: July 1
Bradley Wilson, editor of C-JET, Expert in Residence. InDesign training; separate tracks for beginning and experienced advisers; in-depth session on legal and ethical issues.

WISCONSIN
Kettle Moraine Press Association Summer Journalism Workshop
University of Wisconsin at Whitewater
Roseman 2005
Whitewater, WI 53190
Contact: Linda Barrington, KEMPA workshop director
(262) 790-0108
lbarring@wi.rr.com
More information: www.kempaonline.com
Dates: July 22 - 25
Early registration: $315 May 25 (postmark deadline)
Late registration: $340 May 26 or later
Advisers who attend Summer Workshop � with or without their students � will be in their own core group with an experienced instructor, Susan Hathaway Tantillo, secretary of the Journalism Education Association. This workshop is geared specifically to the needs of new advisers (1-3 years experience).

  
STUDENT PROGRAMS
Contact the workshop director for specific information about 2007 sessions.

ARKANSAS
Camp ASPA
Arkansas Scholastic Press Association
Allen Loibner, Director
Pulaski Technical College
3000 W. Scenic Drive
North Little Rock, AR 72118
(501) 912-7272
Contact: aloibner@pulaskitech.edu
ASPA@pulaskitech.edu
www.arkansasscholasticpress.org
Dates: June 25 - 27
Cost: Tuition is $75 per student; non-refundable $25 deposit. Free to advisers bringing students; arranging lodging is the responsibility of each staff.
Application Deadline: June 4



CALIFORNIA
Stanford University
Stanford, CA
Newspaper By the Bay
Contact: Gil Chesterton
612 Colleen Drive
San Jose, CA 95123
(408) 281-1514
Contact: GilChester@aol.com
Dates: July 8 � 12
Cost: $465 (includes room, board in Stanford dorm); $260 (for commuters)
Application deadline: June 1 (early applications recommended as the workshop has been full by the deadline the past two years).
Workshop stresses nuts-and-bold journalism basics. Students write an one-the-spot news story (one hour to write story), a feature story, an editorial, a sports story and design a front page. One-on-one newspaper critiques offered. Daily sessions for journalism teachers held.


California Scholastic Press Association-Cal Poly San Luis Obispo Journalism Workshop
CSPA Student Office
384 Mira Mar Ave.
Long Beach, CA 90814
Contact: Steve Harvey
(714) 834-3784
CSPAworkshop.org/workshop.html
Dates: July 15 - 27
Application deadline: May 4
Courses: Participants will complete 35 journalism assignments and have the opportunity to attend several press conferences, learn how to cover a simulated breaking crime story, cover a trial, write a football game story, conduct an interview, report on a simulated major disaster, prepare a magazine story, learn editing techniques, have their high school newspapers critiqued, practice online journalism, produce and tape a television newscast, and shoot and process news photographs. Classes run from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Instructors are: Steve Harvey, feature writer and columnist; Art Aguilar, community newspaper editor and publisher; Stan Kelton, First Amendment specialist; Jay Berman, journalism professor; Gil Chesterton, journalism adviser; Janet Eastman, life and style editor; Rich Hammond, sports writer; Todd Harmonson, sports reporter; Scott Harris, columnist and freelance; Pat Mott, freelance and a novelist; Lance Orosco, television reporter; Chris Carlson, photographer; Nicole Vargas, reporter; and Larry Welborn, legal affairs reporter.
Cost: $925 for meals, lodging and some supplies, transportation to and from San Obispo is the family�s responsibility. There are a limited number of partial scholarships.

FLORIDA
Summer Journalism Institute
University of Florida
P.O. Box 118400
Gainesville, FL 32611
Contacts: Dr. William McKeen
(352) 392-0500
wmckeen@jou.ufl.edu
Ted Spiker
(352) 392-6990
tspiker@jou.ufl.edu
http://www.jou.ufl.edu/sji/index.html
Dates: June 23- 28
Application deadline: June 1
Cost: $400 Scholarships are available


GEORGIA
Georgia Journalism Academy
University of Georgia
Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communications
Athens, GA 30602-3018
Contact: Joe Dennis
(706) 542-5022
jodennis@uga.edu
Dates: June 10 - 16
Application deadline: May 11, early bird
Cost: $450, early bird; $475 after May 11. Scholarships available

ILLINOIS
The Chicagoland Yearbook Experience
Dominican University in River Forest, Ill.
Contact Jamie Silver
(847) 561-8525
E-mail: jsilver803@earthlink.net
Dates: Aug. 3 - 5
Application deadline: June 1
Cost: $310 for residents including room/board for 4 days, and $170 for commuters.
Web site: www.HJCYE.org

The Chicagoland Yearbook Experience is a journalism workshop for high school students and their teachers. Sessions include Adobe PageMaker, Adobe InDesign, Photography, caption writing, and layout and design. Team-building exercises are interspersed with educational sessions. With an Adobe representative conducting much of the technology training, those attending will leave with great experience in layout and design, and several hand outs on yearbook publishing.

National High School Institute, Journalism Division (�Cherub Program�)
Northwestern University
Medill School of Journalism
1845 Sheridan Road
Evanston, IL 60202
Contact: Roger Boye
(800) 662-6474
Fax: (847) 491-3956
r-boye@northwestern.edu
Dates: June 24 - July 27
Application deadline: March 30
Cost: $4,300


INDIANA
Department of Journalism
Ball State University ME WE Summer Workshops
Media Workshops
AJ 304
Ball State University
Muncie, IN 47306
Contact: Brian Hayes, director of workshops
bhayes@bsu.edu
www.bsujournalismworkshops.com/
(765) 285-3502
Dates: July 22 - 26
Cost: $325, does not include meals
Application deadline: July 1


High School Journalism Institute
Indiana University
940 E. Seventh St.
Bloomington, IN 47405-7108
(812) 855-0895
Contact: Jack Dvorak, Professor and Director- High School Journalism Institute,
E-mail: dvorakj@indiana.edu
http://journalism.indiana.edu/hsji/
Application deadline: June 8
Dates: July 9 -13, Yearbook; Newspaper/News Magazine; Desktop Design; Photojournalism; Online Journalism
July 15 -19, Yearbook; Newspaper/Newsmagazine; Desktop Design; Television News; Photojournalism; Business/Advertising;
July 21 -25, Yearbook; Newspaper/News Magazine; Desktop Design; Television News; Photojournalism
Cost: $295 for tuition, fees and room (flexible meal plan extra)

IOWA
School of Journalism and Mass Communication
University of Iowa
Iowa City, IA 52242-1528
Contact: Vanessa Shelton
319-335-3455
vanessa-shelton@uiowa.edu
http://www.uiowa.edu/~journshp
Dates: July 22-26 Courses: Yearbook, newspaper-newsmagazine, design and redesign, digital and darkroom photojournalism, broadcast, Web site design
Cost prior to June 1: $395 for yearbook and newspaper, $435 for broadcast, Web site design, and publication design and redesign, $445 for photojournalism; Commuter rates are lower. Cost after June 1: $475 for yearbook and newspaper, $485 for broadcast, Web site design, and publication design and redesign, $495 for photojournalism; Commuter rates are lower


KANSAS
Kansas Journalism Institute
University of Kansas in Lawrence
School of Journalism
200 Stauffer-Flint Hall
1435 Jayhawk Blvd.
Lawrence, KS 66045
Contact: John Hudnall, executive director
Kansas Scholastic Press Association
kspa@ku.edu
www.journalism.ku.edu/kji
(785) 864-0605
Fax: (785) 864-5945
Dates: June 17 � 21
Application deadline: May 18

KENTUCKY
Rock Your Summer
Western Kentucky University
1906 College Heights Blvd., #11070
Bowling Green, KY 42101-1070
(270) 745-7407
jackie.bretz@wku.edu
Dates: June 16 � 21
Cost: $130 two-day, InDesign, Photoshop, broadcasting and journalistic writing
$250, four-day photography course
Application deadline: May 11

Western Kentucky University
Professor Mac McKerral, workshop director
School of Journalism & Broadcasting
1906 College Heights Blvd.
Bowling Green, KY 42101-3576
(270) 745-5882
E-mail: Mac.Mckerral@wku.edu
Workshop dates: June 10 - 21
Application Deadline: April 1


LOUISIANA
Louisiana Scholastic Journalism Institute
Louisiana State University
Manship School of Mass Communication
Baton Rouge, LA 70803
Contact: Chris McCollough
(225) 578-1899
cmccol1@lsu.edu
Dates: June 3 - 8
Application deadline: May 1 (extended beyond posted deadlines, both scholarships and registration)
Cost: $250. Scholarships available

MICHIGAN
Michigan Interscholastic Press Association
Summer Journalism Workshop
Michigan State University
305 Communication Arts Building
East Lansing, MI 48823
Contact: Cheryl Pell
(517) 353-6761
pell@msu.ed
http://www.mipa.jrn.msu.edu
Dates: Aug. 5 - 9
Courses in design, writing, photography, yearbook, newspaper, broadcast, cartooning, information graphics
Application deadline: July 1 (Late fees apply after this date.)
Cost: $365 (includes tuition, fees, room, meals.


MINNESOTA
ThreeSixty at the University of St. Thomas
Mail #5057
2115 Summit Ave.
St. Paul, MN 55105-1096
Contact: Ms. Lynda McDonnell, workshop director
(651) 962-5282
lmmcdonnell@stthomas.edu
Dates: June 17 - July 6
Application deadline: April 15
The workshop is for students completing grades 9 through 12 in spring 2007. The program will give priority to minority students who show aptitude and interest in news reporting and writing.

MISSOURI
School of Journalism
University of Missouri
Contacts: Professor Anna Romero
76 Gannett Hall
Columbia, MO 65211-1200
(573) 882-6031
MU Conference Office
Cindy Hazelrigg
(573) 882-4038
http://muconf.missouri.edu/smw
Dates: July 8 � 12


NEBRASKA
Nebraska High School Press Association
NHSPA Summer Journalism Workshop
University of Nebraska, Lincoln
Lincoln, NE
Contact: Cathy Davis, co-director
739 N. Webster Ave.
Hastings, NE 68901
402-461-7550
nhspaworkshop@gmail.com
http://marian.creighton.edu/~nhspa/
Dates: July 22 - 26
Courses: Journalistic writing, yearbook production, photography, newspaper graphics, editorial leadership and broadcast production.
Application deadline: June 8
Cost: $275 includes materials, room and board


NEW HAMPSHIRE
Student Media Workshop
Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications
749 E. Industrial Park Drive
Manchester, NH 03109
(603) 627-0005
www.loebschool.org. Date: June 23
Deadline: 2007 deadline has passed.


NEW JERSEY
The Princeton University Summer Journalism Program
The Daily Princetonian Summer Journalism Program is open to students from under-resourced high schools without regard to race or ethnicity.
Richard Just, director
Princeton University
220 Nassau Hall
Princeton, NJ 08544
To request an application or more information, e-mail rjust@tnr.com or visit www.princeton.edu/~sjp/ Deadline: 2007 deadline has passed.


NEW YORK
CSPA Summer Journalism Workshop
Columbia University

Contact: Ed Sullivan, Director
CSPA
303 Journalism
2950 Broadway
(212) 854-9400
E-mail: cspa@columbia.edu
www.columbia.edu/cu/cspa
Dates: June 25 - 30
Application deadline: May 13
Cost: $659, residents; $379, commuters


J Camp
Sponsored by the Asian American Journalists Association

Contact: Brandon Sugiyama, student programs coordinator
AAJA
1182 Market St., Suite 320
San Francisco CA 94102
(415) 346-2051
E-mail: programs@aaja.org
www.aaja.org/programs/for_students/j_camp/
Dates: July 29 - Aug. 3
Application deadline: April 14
Download form at www.aaja.org/programs/for_students/j_camp/jcamp2007app.pdf
Cost: Free
This one-of-a-kind program, held in conjunction with the AAJA convention, aims to develop the next generation of journalists of color, bringing together a multicultural group of high school students from across the country. Past speakers have included Tim Russert, Carole Simpson, Helen Thomas and Carl Bernstein.


School Press Institute
Syracuse University
310 Newhouse I
Syracuse University
Syracuse, NY 13244-2100
Contact: Sherri Taylor, director
taylorsa@syr.edu
(315) 443-2626
Dates: July 29 � Aug. 2
Cost: $300, includes some meals; meal plan is extra
Application deadline: July 16

NORTH CAROLINA
North Carolina Scholastic Media Institute
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Carroll Hall, CB #3365
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3365
(919) 962-4638; (888) 562-6276
Fax: (919) 962-0620
Contact: Monica Hill, Director, NCSMA
ncsma@unc.edu
www.ibiblio.org/ncsma
Dates: June 18 � 21
Cost: $160
Application deadline: May 31

Chuck Stone Program for Diversity in Education and Media
Contact: Napoleon Byars, assistant professor
Carroll Hall, CB #3365
School of Journalism and Mass Communication
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3365
(888) 562-6276; (919) 962-6276
E-mail: nbyars@email.unc.edu
Dates: June 24 � July 1
Cost: Free to 20 students, including airfare
Application deadline: March 15

PENNSYLVANIA
Point Park University
Summer High School Journalism Workshop
201 Wood St.
Pittsburgh, PA 15025
(412) 392-3409
Contact: Heather Starr Fiedler
hfallon@pointpark.edu
Dates: June 24 -29
Cost: $300 and includes room and board
Application deadline: June 1

SOUTH CAROLINA
Carolina Journalism Institute
College of Mass Communications and Information Studies
University of South Carolina
Columbia, SC 29208
Contact: Karen Flowers, director
803-777-6284
flowersk@gwm.sc.edu
Alison Shuman, assistant director
803-777-6284 schopress@gwm.sc.edu
Fax: 803-777-4103
www.sc.edu/cmcis/so/sipa/cji/index.html
Dates: June 13-17
Courses: Advertising-business, adviser, broadcast, desktop publishing, journalistic writing, literary magazine, newspaper, newsmagazine, photojournalism, reporting, yearbook
Cost: $215 early bird registration by April 30 or $245 after May 1, does not include housing or meals except Sunday brunch, housing for students in quads is $85, and private rooms for advisers are $220 single, $160 double, and $120 quad. Lab fee of $25 for broadcast, desktop publishing and photojournalism.
Deadline: Non-refundable deposit $100 for commuters or $150 with housing is required by April 30 to receive the early bird rate

SOUTH DAKOTA
Summer Publications Workshop for Teachers and Students
School of Journalism and Mass Communication
South Dakota State University
Brookings, SD 57007
Contact: Director Doris Giago
South Dakota High School Press Association
South Dakota State University
Box 2235
Brookings, SD 57007
(605) 688-6236
Doris.Giago@sdstate.edu
Dates: Yearbook: June 10� - 14
Dates: Newspaper: June 15 - 21
Application deadline: June 1
Workshop Fee: $275
Graduate Fee: $210 per credit

TENNESSEE
Journalism-Camp at Belmont University
Belmont University
New Century Journalism Program
1900 Belmont Blvd.
Nashville, TN 37212
Contact: Bonnie Wagonfield
wagonfieldb@mail.belmont.edu
(615) 460-6451
Dates: June 26 - 29
Application deadline: May 11
Courses in newswriting, newspaper layout and design; online journalism; bnlogging, video journalism; telling stories across broadcast, print and online media. Seminars hosted by local media professionals from The Tennessean, WKRN, WSMV, WTVF, WZTV and WPLN.
Cost: $100, limited scholarships available through the Scripps Howard Foundation


TEXAS
University of Texas, Austin ILPC Summer Publications Workshop
Contact: Jean Acton, Director of Journalism ILPC Director
P. O. Box 8028
Austin, TX 78713
(512) 471-5883
jeacton@mail.utexas.edu
www.uil.utexas.edu
Dates: June 22 - 25
Application deadline: June 1
Courses: Newspaper, yearbook, photography, computer graphics, advertising and business practices
Cost: $240, housing costs vary; commuter tuition, $165

Gloria Shields All-American Publications Workshop
Sponsored by Dallas County Schools
Contact: Deanne Hullender
612 N. Zang Blvd.
Dallas, TX 75208
(214) 944-4541
gloriashields@dcschools.com
www.dcschools.com/pubworkshop
Dates: July 8 - 12
Courses: Business advertising, yearbook courses including intro to yearbook, yearbook writing, intermediate yearbook, yearbook section editors, yearbook editorial leadership; newspaper courses including editorial leadership, beginning photography, intermediate photography, advanced photography, photo editors, graphics with beginning InDesign, advanced InDesign and publication design
Cost: Fees vary for online or mail registration. Hotel fees are separate, to make reservations contact www.dfwairport.harveyhotels.com/
Deadline: June 15, for course registration, June 23 for hotel reservations

UTAH
Camp Yearbook (for students and advisers)
Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort
Contact: Jason Castleton
771 South 1200 East
Salt Lake City, UT 84102
(801) 558-1708
jason.castleton@jostens.com
www.jostens.com/yearbook/staff_work.html
Dates: July 30 - Aug. 1


VIRGINIA
Virginia High School JCamp
Educational Media Company at Virginia Tech
Virginia Association of Journalism Teachers and Advisers
Kelly Furnas, editorial adviser
Virginia Tech
350A Squires Student Center (0546)
Blacksburg, VA 24601
(540) 231-3645
furnas@vt.edu Valerie Penton, VAJTA director
Harrisonburg High School
1001 Garbers Church Road
Harrisonburg, VA 22801
vpenton@harrisonburg.k12.va.us
www.collegemedia.com/jcamp
Dates: July 29 - Aug. 2
Cost: $475
Application deadline: March 2 - June 1
Plan for the upcoming school year. Brush up on your writing, design, editing and production skills. Learn new techniques from some of the leading media advisers and journalists in the area. Get motivated to produce an award-winning newspaper, yearbook, magazine or broadcast.

WASHINGTON
WJEA Summer Workshop for Students
Central Washington University
Ellensburg, WA
Kris Daughters, director
13802 139th Ave. SE
Renton, WA 98059
(425) 922-4719
daughtersk@issaquah.wednet.edu
Dates: Aug. 1 - 4
Cost: $250, including room and board
Application deadline: July 1


WISCONSIN
KEMPA Summer Journalism Workshop
University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
Contact Linda Barrington, workshop director
(262) 790-0108
More information: www.kempaonline.com
Dates: July 22 - 25
Early Registration: $315 May 25 (postmark deadline)
Late Registration: $340 May 26 or later


  
DJNF Summer Journalism Workshops for High School Students
The workshops are indexed alphabetically by state.
Alabama, Arizona, California, Florida, Illinois, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Texas, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin
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ALABAMA
University of Alabama
Mr. Ed Mullins, workshop director
Department of Journalism
Box 870172
Tuscaloosa AL 35487
(205) 246-4241
E-mail: lemullins13@aol.com
Workshop dates: July 8 - 18
Application Deadline: May 1
Web Site: www.ccom.ua.edu:16080/mjw/

ARIZONA
University of Arizona
Professor Mr. Bill Greer, workshop director
Department of Journalism
P.O. Box 210158B
845 N. Park Ave.
Tucson, AZ 85721-0800
(520) 621-1918
Workshop dates: June 2 - 13
Application Deadline: TBA

CALIFORNIA
California Chicano News Media Association
San Diego

Mr. Leonel Sanchez, workshop director
The Union-Tribune
141 N. Magnolia Ave. #101
El Cajon, CA 92020
(619) 593-4951
Workshop dates: June 17 � 29
Application Deadline: April 13
E-mail: leonel.sanchez@uniontrib.com
Web Sites: www.sdspj.org and www.ccnmasd.org/programs.shtml


California Chicano News Media Association
San Jose

Mr. Joseph Rodriguez, workshop director
San Jose Mercury News
750 Ridder Park Drive
San Jose, CA 95190
(408) 920-5406
Workshop dates: June 24 - July 6
Application Deadline: April 16
Web Site: www.mosaicworkshop.org


San Francisco State University
Ms. Doris Y.S. Owyang, workshop director
Center for Integration and Improvement of Journalism
San Francisco State University
1600 Holloway Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94132-4028
(415) 405-0727
Workshop dates: June 17 - 30
Application Deadline: April 16
Web Site: www.ciij.org/workshops?id=1787


Central California High School Journalism Workshop
California State University, Fresno
Dr. Gary Rice, workshop director
Department of Mass Communication
and Journalism
2225 E. San Ramon Ave. M/S MF10
Fresno, CA 93740-8029
(559) 278-2026
Workshop dates: June 21 - 30
Application Deadline: April 16


FLORIDA
Florida A&M; University
Professor Diane Hall, workshop director
School of Journalism and Graphic Communication
Tallahassee, FL 32307
(850) 599-3357 or (850) 599-3379
Email: diane.hall@famu.edu
dorothy.chaney@famu.edu
Workshop dates: June 10 � 22
Application Deadline: May 11


University of Miami
Professor Tsitsi Wakhisi, workshop director
School of Communication
P.O. Box 248127
Coral Gables, FL 33124-2030
(305) 284-2265
Email: Tsitsi Wakhisi
Workshop dates: June 19 - 24
Workshop Web Site


Florida International University
Dr. Fred Blevens, workshop director
3000 N.E. 151 St.
North Miami, FL 33181
(305) 919-4430
Email: Fred Blevens
Workshop dates: July 15 - 27
Application Deadline: March 30
Web Site: jmc.fiu.edu/dowjones/


ILLINIOS
Eastern Illinois University/Illinois Press Foundation
Professor Joe Gisondi, workshop director
600 W. Lincoln Ave.
Charleston, IL
(217) 581-6016
Email: Joe Gisondi
Workshop dates: July 8 - 21
Application Deadline: May 5
Web Site: www.eiu.edu/~journal/text/IPE-EIUworkshopinfo.htm


KENTUCKY
University of Kentucky
Dr. Beth Barnes, workshop director
School of Journalism and Telecommunications
107 Grehan Bldg.
Lexington, KY 40506-0042
E-mail: Lisa A. Brown
(859) 257-3904
Workshop dates: June 13 - 23
Application Deadline: March 16
Web Site: High School Workshop newspaper

MISSISSIPI
University of Mississippi
Mrs. Beth Fitts, workshop director
Department of Journalism
120 Lester Hall
P.O. Box 1848
Oxford, MS 38677-1848
(662) 915-7146
Workshop dates: July 8 - 16
Application deadline: May 1


MISSOURI
University of Missouri
Professor Anna Romero, workshop director
School of Journalism
76 Gannett Hall
Columbia, MO 65211-1200
(573) 882-6031
E-mail: Doris Barnhart
(573) 882-6031
Workshop dates: July 14 - 23
Application deadline: April 15


NEW JERSEY
Hugh N. Boyd Journalism Diversity Workshop
Mr. Stephen Chiger and Mr. Robert Williams III, workshop co-directors
University Academy Charter High School
275 West Side Ave.
Jersey City, NJ 07305
(201) 200-3200
E-mail: journalismdiversity@gmail.com
Workshop Dates: July 15 - 27
Application Deadline: April 20
Web Site: www.journalismdiversity.org




NEW YORK
New York University
Professor Pamela Newkirk, workshop director
Department of Journalism
10 Washington Place
New York, NY 10003-6636
(212) 998-7980
E-mail: Pamela Newkirk
Workshop dates: July 9 -18
Application Deadline: April 30


OHIO
Kent State University
Mr. Gene Shelton, workshop director
School of Journalism and Mass Communication
130 Taylor Hall
Kent OH 44242-0001
(330) 672-8298
Email: Eshelto1@kent.edu
Workshop dates: June 10 � 15
Application Deadline: April 27


OKLAHOMA
University of Oklahoma
Mr. Ray Chavez, workshop director
Gaylord College of Journalism & Mass Communication
860 Van Vleet Oval, Room 101
Norman, OK 73019-2051
(405) 325-2724
Workshop dates: June 17 -29
Application deadline: March 23

PENNSYLVANIA
The Pennsylvania State University
Contact:Joseph M. Selden
workshop director/Assistant Dean and Lecturer
Office of Multicultural Affairs College of Communications
208 Carnegie Building
University Park, PA 16802-5101
(814) 863-6081
Workshop dates: June 24 - July 6
Application deadline: April 27
Web Site: www.comm.psu.edu/diversity


UJW at the Philadelphia Daily News
Ms. Deborah Licklider, workshop director
Philadelphia Daily News
400 N. Broad St.
P.O. Box 7788
Philadelphia, PA 19101
(215) 854-2000
Workshop dates: July 9 - 20


SOUTH DAKOTA
Native American Journalists Association
Ms. Kim Baca, workshop director
555 Dakota St.
Al Neuharth Media Center
Vermillion, SD 57069-2390
(605) 677-5282
FAX: (866) 694-4264
Workshop dates: June 1 - 8
E-mail: info@naja.com
Application Deadline: March 16
Web Site: www.naja.com/programs/students/project-phoenix


TEXAS
San Antonio College
Ms. Irene Abrego, workshop director
Journalism Department
1300 San Pedro Ave.
San Antonio, TX 78212-4299
(210) 733-2870
E-mail: Irene Abrego
Workshop dates: June 17 - 29
Application Deadline: March 2
Web Site: www.accd.edu/sac/j-p/ujw.html


Texas Christian University
Ms. Bitsy Faulk, workshop director
Schieffer School of Journalism
TCU Box 298050
294 Moudy South
Fort Worth, TX 76129
(817) 257-6274
E-mail: Bitsy Faulk
Workshop dates: May 29 - June 8
Application deadline: April 20


University of Texas at El Paso
Dr. Zita Arocha, workshop director
Department of Communication Studies
500 W. University Ave., Room 202
El Paso, TX 79968-0550
(915) 747-6287
E-mail: zarocha@utep.edu
Workshop dates: July 8 - 17
Application deadline: April 16


VIRGINIA
Virginia Commonwealth University
Dr. June Nicholson, workshop director
School of Mass Communications
901 W. Main St.
P.O. Box 842034
Richmond, VA 23284
(804) 367-1260
Email: jonichol@vcu.edu
Workshop dates: June 17 - 29
Application Deadline: March 15


WASHINGTON
Seattle University
Mr. Tomas Guillen, workshop director
Communications Department
Lynn Building Room 232
900 Broadway
Seattle, WA 98122-4340
(206) 296-5343
E-mail:tomasg@seattleu.edu
Workshop dates: June 23 - 29
Application Deadline: Early April


WISCONSIN
Marquette University
Ms. Rose Richard, workshop director
College of Communication
1131 W. Wisconsin Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53201
(414) 288-3448
Workshop dates: June 17 - July 6
Application Deadline: May 14
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