Symposium participants in Manila, Philippines will discuss key learnings on resettlement and livelihoods on urban and rural resettlement projects in Asia. Abstract submissions (for both paper and poster) are invited through 21 November, 2016.
Scotiabank and Canadian Journalists for Free Expression (CJFE) invite applications from Latin American journalists to take part in the 8-month Scotiabank/CJFE Journalism Fellowship at Massey College in 2017-2018. Deadline: Feb 20.
In These Times' Leonard C. Goodman Institute for Investigative Reporting invites journalists to submit story proposals for consideration for funding by the Institute and subsequent publication in In These Times — a national, independent progressive magazine. Deadlines: Feb 20 and TBD, 2017.
The Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute of New York University offers annually The Reporting Award, a grant to support a significant work of journalism in any medium on an under-reported topic in the public interest. Cash prize. Deadline: Feb 21, 2017.
Working journalists, particularly those from developing countries, are invited to apply for an Earth Journalism Network fellowship to attend and report on the 28th International Congress for Conservation Biology (ICCB) in Cartagena, Colombia in July 2017. Deadline is Feb 24.
Sponsored by the Forest History Society, the Award annually recognizes the author of the best article or series of articles on forest and conservation history. Open to any newspaper or general circulation magazine; professional or freelance journalist in North America; print or online. $1,000 prize +. Deadline: Feb 28, 2017.
Veteran magazine writer/SEJ member Wendee Nicole's eight-week course will teach you how to break into new markets, learn how to write killer queries and know what editors want for their magazines and online publications. Next course begins Mar 4, 2017. Deadline to register: Mar 1.
Deepen your understanding of environmental science and policy, and enhance your journalism skills at the foot of the Rocky Mountains. Open to U.S. journalists (reporters, editors, producers and freelancers) working in print or broadcast with a minimum of five years' full-time experience. Prior experience covering the environment is not necessary. $56,000 stipend. Deadline: Mar 1, 2017.
The Logan Science Journalism Program at the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, Massachusetts, May 30-June 8, 2017, offers professional science journalists, editors, and broadcast journalists a chance to immerse themselves in the process of basic biomedical and environmental research. Includes room, board, lab fees and most travel. Apply by Mar 1.