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#SEJ2024 Annual Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
#SEJ2024 takes place April 3-7 in Philadelphia, hosted by University of Pennsylvania.
Mid-Atlantic journalists have much to share with you about their corner of the world: the huge national battle over over fracking and LNG versus renewable energy, such as wind and solar; the paradox of a city that wants to be modern and future-facing but is held back by issues of poverty, environmental racism, infrastructure challenges and development problems; flooding and sea level rise; pollution and land management; and much more. Come to Philadelphia and let your community help you figure out which stories demand your attention, learn how to tell them and find the support you need through the tough road that lies ahead.
We’ll be exploring these issues and more at our 33rd annual conference and hope to see you there! We’ve lined up three affordable hotel options for #SEJ2024, and it’s never too early to secure your room under SEJ’s special rates — we sold out last year in Boise. And be sure to check out the draft agenda!
Your #SEJ2024 conference chairs:
Meg McGuire, Founder/Publisher, Delaware Currents
Kristine Villanueva, Editor, The Phillypinos Oral History Project, and Lecturer, Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism, City University of New York
Registration is now open for members of SEJ and affinity J-groups. Registration for non-members opens December 19.
Stay tuned for information on sponsorship opportunities and more!