ICFJ Webinar: Crisis Reporting — Exploring Mathematics' Uncrowded Space for Journalists and Writers

Event Date: 
July 20, 2023

The International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) Pamela Howard Forum on Global Crisis Reporting's next webinar, Crisis Reporting: Exploring Mathematics' Uncrowded Space for Journalists and Writers, is the third in our mathematics reporting series.

This upcoming session is designed specifically for crisis reporters, journalists and writers interested in delving into the fascinating world of mathematics. We are delighted to have Erica Klarreich, an esteemed mathematics writer, leading this enlightening session.

Klarreich has been at the forefront of mathematics journalism for over 20 years. Her exceptional work has been featured in renowned publications such as Quanta, Nature, The Atlantic, New Scientist, Science News and many others. She is a recipient of the Joint Policy Board on Mathematics Communications Award and has been featured in multiple editions of The Best Writing on Mathematics.

During the webinar, Klarreich will provide valuable insights into mathematics' lesser-explored realms, uncovering captivating stories and opportunities for journalists and writers. Whether you have a strong background in mathematics or are simply curious about the subject, this webinar promises to be a stimulating and eye-opening experience.

Date/time: Jul 20, 2023 at 1:00 PM ET

Register here.

These ongoing webinars are part of our ICFJ Pamela Howard Forum on Global Crisis Reporting launched in partnership with ICFJ’s International Journalists’ Network (IJNet). If you haven’t joined yet, please do so here. It’s the best way to stay connected.


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