Journalist and National Press Foundation speaker Seth Mnookin writes in Slate that the recent Time Magazine coverline “How to Cure Cancer,” is “wrong, grandiose and cruel.” The National Press
Upcoming ProgramsPaul Miller Alumni Social Media Workshop
NPF and the Paul Miller Alumni Committee are hosting a social media day at the NPF headquarters.
The AM session will run from approx 9-10:30 a.m. and will be more instructional: how to use Twitter, Google+, how to develop a social media presence if you never have before. (Coffee and light pastries to be provided.)
The PM session will run from approx 6-7:30 p.m. and will be a roundtable discussion on the ethics of certain social media usage, problems with having both a personal and professional social media platform and exploring emerging technologies. (Light snacks and drinks to be provided.)
Through nine, daylong seminars – once a month, from September through June—this fellowship program provides a primer on Washington agencies, institutions and organizations. It delivers fresh sources, story ideas and unparalleled opportunities to get to know and learn from other journalists.
The Journalist to Journalist Project of the National Press Foundation and the International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease (The Union) will offer the 5th annual J2J programme at the 44th Union World Conference on Lung Health in Paris, France. The J2J training will be held on Tuesday-Thursday, 29-31 October. Following the training, journalists will be expected to report on the conference through Sunday, 3 November 2013.Apply Now