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First Amendment and the Press
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From the Outside Looking In: Exploring Family, Community and Culture
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Historic Model United Nations
History You Can Touch
How to Write the Story of Your Life
Illustrating Nature
Innovation in Business
Interactive Mathematics
Intro to Biotechnology
Logic Takes the Cake
Looking Closely, Finding Meaning: The Observational Essay
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Magic Formula for Fabulous Fiction
Marketing: Launch a Software Product
Math and Engineering Teacher Training
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Mathematical Icons: Probability, Percentages, and Perceptions
Mathematics of Literature
Movies I: Write for the Screen
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Next Generation Journalism Symposium
Physics of Flight
Pi in the Sky
Poetry in Balance
Recipe for a Classic Poetry Slam
Science, Ethics and the Law
Scientific Method
Set the Scene!
Spoken Word - Poetry Revisited
Sudden Theatre
Tracking Change
Transformations: Turning Life into Fiction
Underground Railroad
Using your Voice in your Community or School
What's on your Coat of Arms?
World in a Grain of Sand: A Poetry Games Program
Writers' Retreat for Teachers
Writing for Publication
Writing History (Civil War)
Writing Shakespeare
Writing to be Heard
Young Mathematicians Day
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Next Generation Journalism Symposium
Grades: 10 - 12

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: pgrondahl@timesunion.com
Include “Minds On Journalism “ in subject line.

 
Mentor

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

For suggestions or questions please email Lborock@Rinstitute.org
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