SEJ President Carolyn Whetzel bids farewell to Mike Mansur, who steered the SEJournal through its quarterly publication schedule, working with a team of volunteer editors and writers to produce issues packed with articles that help environmental reporters hone their skills and broaden their depth of knowledge on a variety of topics.
SEJ Presidents Report
SEJ President Carolyn Whetzel offers a belated “thank you’’ to the late David Stolberg and all the original founding members of our organization. SEJ members owe them all a deep debt of gratitude. Thanks to their vision and leadership, SEJ remains a vital resource for working journalists and journalism educators.
SEJ ushered in 2011 with an event at the University of California, Santa Barbara that explored the communication challenges journalists and scientists face. And the SEJ board votes to allow limited gifts of unrestricted general support from anyone who supports SEJ’s mission. Read more from SEJ President Carolyn Whetzel.
SEJ President Carolyn Whetzel explains how a co-worker talked her into joining SEJ in 1994, and convinced her to attend the Provo, Utah, conference. Like many other SEJ members, it was the conference experience that hooked her. Here it is 16 years later, and she's still passionate about SEJ and feels privileged to be serving as SEJ president.
We SEJ-ers have been bragging for a long time that at any given time, we represent roughly 1,500 members in more than 30 countries. And a few years ago, we helped set up a group like SEJ in Mexico. But the idea that SEJ exists around the world has truly come home this year. Read more from SEJ President Christy George.
SEJ President Christy George explains all the exellent reasons why you should run for the SEJ board of directors in the upcoming election.
SEJ President Christy George relays her experience of federal agency access shutdown and how SEJ works to reverse the trend.
As SEJ enters its 20th anniversary year, it's worth remembering why we exist, what principles we started out with in 1990 and still retain, what has changed, and what should change. Read more from SEJ President Christy George.
SEJ President Christy George offers a timeline of EPA's most persistent issues impacting reporters doing their jobs and explains SEJ's newest initiative, FEJ, an incubator for new ideas, projects and training.
SEJ's strategic planning retreat started with gumbo ya-ya and ended with new vision and mission statements, and new marching orders for our almost- 20-year-old organization. Read more from SEJ President Christy George.