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Paul Grondahl
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John La Rocca
Judy Lawson
Terry Leonino
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LYC Program of the NYSBA
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Linda Miller
Richard Miller
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Paul Grondahl

Paul is an award-winning reporter at the Albany Times Unioin. His feature articles and in-depth projects have won local, state, and national writing prizes. He has also written for The New York Times Book Review and Newsday and is the author of I Rose Like a Rocket, The Political Education of Theodore Roosevelt and Mayor Corning: Albany Icon, Albany Enigma, praised by The New York Times Book Review as "a minor classic," while The New Yorker said it "evokes its subject with novelistic assurance."

Paul's workshop is endowed by the
Whiteside-Ehlert Memorial Writing Series


Next Generation Journalism Symposium

The second annual #JournalismNextGen: Tools for Tomorrow’s Journalists promises to be another day filled with inspiring words and lessons from the area’s leading journalists.

Join us and bring your motivated journalism students, eager to learn, to a one-day, hands-on practical work-shop in Rensselaerville in October/November 2014.

The workshop is free. Registration will be accepted on a first come basis. Numbers are limited!

Register by e-mail:
Include “Minds On Journalism “ in subject line.

Writing for Publication

In this recently re-designed workshop, Paul Grondahl guides students through the process of how to "convey what you care about", the art of non-fiction writing for publication. Paul will share his expertise and publishing experiences. Students will edit and re-edit under his legendary TLC critiquing.

For suggestions or questions please email
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