Save the dates! SEJ announces our 2022 Annual Conference: Mar 30-Apr 3 in Houston, hosted by Rice University. The #SEJ2022 conference will focus on environmental health and justice, energy and climate change, and oceans and coasts.
SEJ Annual Conferences
#SEJ2020, our first-ever virtual conference, took place September 16, 17, 23 and 30. Registered attendees can watch recordings of #SEJ2020 in the Whova app.
It's critically important to SEJ to gather evidence on the impact of our work. So we're tracking stories inspired by or informed by our virtual conference in September 2020. The stories don’t have to be about a particular virtual session; they can be based on sources or ideas you got from being at the conference, meet-ups, networking, etc. Please help us to keep SEJ strong and share links, photos, copies of reporting generated or informed by this conference. It's never too late! Send your story links to Cindy MacDonald, SEJ's Web content manager.
Environmental Journalism 2018, hosted by the University of Michigan-Flint, is a wrap. More than 700 attendees networked, went on tours and took in countless educational sessions. Multimedia coverage. View the agenda or read speaker bios. Check out our sponsors, exhibitors, independent reception hosts and advertisers. If you wrote stories informed by the conference, please send us the links to include on our coverage page — it's never too late.
SEJ's 2015 conference was hosted in the land of weather, water and energy by the University of Oklahoma. Find coverage here. The agenda included video and graphics training, tours and sessions on fracking & quakes, climate change & extreme weather, water rights & fights, Native Americans & diversity, ag & soil health, and more.
SEJ's 23rd Annual Conference was hosted by the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Here you'll find multimedia conference coverage, speaker bios, session descriptions, exhibitors, and more.
Check out multimedia conference coverage, session descriptions, speakers, exhibitors and more for SEJ's 22nd annual conference, October 17-21, hosted by Texas Tech University. Image: Bat Flight Amphitheater at Carlsbad Caverns National Park. Photo © Marina Fisher-Phelps.