SEJ Presidents Report

SEJ Finds New Ways To Help Journalists Pursue Their Stories

SEJ President Carolyn Whetzel explains how a co-worker talked her into joining SEJ in 1994, and convinced her to attend the Provo, Utah, conference. Like many other SEJ members, it was the conference experience that hooked her. Here it is 16 years later, and she's still passionate about SEJ and feels privileged to be serving as SEJ president.

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SEJ: A Rare Flower of International Distinction

We SEJ-ers have been bragging for a long time that at any given time, we represent roughly 1,500 members in more than 30 countries. And a few years ago, we helped set up a group like SEJ in Mexico. But the idea that SEJ exists around the world has truly come home this year. Read more from SEJ President Christy George.

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The World Changes and Twirls Us Back Toward Place

SEJ President Christy George explains why she's convinced that an awareness of "sense of place" adds a deeper dimension to our reporting. What is nature writing if not an exploration of very particular places? And I mean nature writing in the broadest sense, including writing about PCBs, CFCs, or CAFOs.

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Nation's Energy Future Holds Promise for E-Journalists

SEJ's annual conference helps reporters understand complex subjects like coal, nuclear power and climate change — and the Obama administration's stance thereon. SEJ President Christy George explains.

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