Environmental Journalism 2018, hosted by the University of Michigan-Flint, will bring the continent’s environmental press corps to Michigan a month before the crucial U.S. 2018 midterm elections. The conference is designed to provide journalists with the tools they need to hone the craft of writing and reporting in addition to providing insights into critical election-related issues, such as bridging the urban-rural divide. Tours fill quickly — register now to save money and get the tour of your choice. See the draft agenda here. Get your message to attendees: reserve display space (exhibit, advertise in the program booklet, host a reception or place an item in conference bags) or sponsor.
SEJ Annual Conferences
SEJ's 2015 conference was hosted in the land of weather, water and energy by the University of Oklahoma. Find coverage here. The agenda included video and graphics training, tours and sessions on fracking & quakes, climate change & extreme weather, water rights & fights, Native Americans & diversity, ag & soil health, and more. If you wrote stories informed by the conference, please send us the links to include on our coverage page.
SEJ's 23rd Annual Conference was hosted by the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Here you'll find multimedia conference coverage, speaker bios, session descriptions, exhibitors, and more.
Check out multimedia conference coverage, session descriptions, speakers, exhibitors and more for SEJ's 22nd annual conference, October 17-21, hosted by Texas Tech University. Image: Bat Flight Amphitheater at Carlsbad Caverns National Park. Photo © Marina Fisher-Phelps.
SEJ's 21st annual conference, October 19-23, was hosted by the University of Miami. View multimedia coverage, session descriptions, speaker bios, exhibitors, and more.
Find multimedia coverage, session descriptions, and speaker bios for SEJ's 20th annual conference, October 13-17, hosted by The University of Montana.
SEJ's 1st Annual Conference: Sessions on using computers to analyze environmental data; reporting risk; the society's first elections.