Miller-McCune Magazine Wins Environmental Journalism Prize
SANTA BARBARA, Calif., July 23 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Society of Environmental Journalists has named Valerie Brown's article for Miller-McCune magazine, "Environment Becomes Heredity," the winner of its 2008-2009 award for outstanding explanatory reporting in a print publi...
Leading Nursing Web site, NurseZone.com Wins Award for Journalism Excellence
SAN DIEGO, July 8 /PRNewswire/ -- AMN Healthcare's news and career-focused Web site for nurses and students, NurseZone.com, was recently honored by the San Diego chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. The popular nursing Web site took first place in the category of "News Site with S...
Michael E. DeBakey Journalism Award Recipients Announced
The award recognizes outstanding journalism
demonstrating the essential role of humane animal research in medical discoveries and scientific breakthroughs
WASHINGTON, June 17 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Foundation for Biomedical Research (FBR) today announces the winners of the 8th annual ...
Foundation for Biomedical Research Announces Michael E. DeBakey Journalism Awards
Awards recognize reporting that has enhanced public understanding of biomedical research
WASHINGTON, April 3 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Foundation for Biomedical Research (FBR) announced today it is accepting entries for the ninth annual Michael E. DeBakey Journalism
Awards. The awards, ...
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Wins First Health Journalism Award from Foundation for Informed Medical Decision Making
WASHINGTON, Feb. 5 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ --The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is the first news organization to receive an award for Excellence in Health Journalism
from the Boston-based Foundation for Informed Medical Decision Making. The Foundation, which presented the award yesterday at ...
Los Angeles Times writer wins Wistar Institute Science Journalism Award
(PHILADELPHIA) The winner of the 2008 Wistar Institute Science Journalism
Award is Terry McDermott, a Los Angeles Times staff writer. McDermotts winning entry, a four-part investigative study of research on memory, is titled Chasing Memory: One Mans Epic Quest for Understanding. For his work, he ...
Call for Entries: 2007 AAAAI Annual Samter Journalism Awards
MILWAUKEE, Oct. 22 /PRNewswire/ --
Deadline: October 31, 2007 Win: Cash prize of $1000 The American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (AAAAI), the
largest professional medical specialty organization in the United States
representing allergists, asthma specialists, clinical immunologi...
U of Minnesota professor authors report the state of health care journalism
Just as President Obama is promising major health reform, huge cutbacks in the news business are creating new challenges for health journalists who are trying to report on those policy issues, according to the survey and report written by Gary Schwitzer, associate professor in the University of Mi...
DeBakey Awards to Recognize Excellence in Biomedical Research Journalism
WASHINGTON, April 10 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ --- Entries for the eighth
annual Michael E. DeBakey Journalism
Awards, presented by the Foundation
for Biomedical Research (FBR) and named after FBR's chairman, are now being
The competition is open to all professional journalists who...
Delhi journalism student commits suicide
An 18-year-old journalism
student committed suicide by shooting herself at her south Delhi home, police said Sunday.//
Mrinalini was alone at home in the upmarket Hauz Khas area Saturday evening when she shot herself, said a police official. She is the daughter of Vijendra Rai, additional dir...
journalism in Medical Technology
journalism in Medical Dictionary
...o find out is to use the Economic Stimulus Payment Calculator. ... ProPublica is an independent, non-profit newsroom that produces investigative journalism
in the public interest. ... Talking With Earl Devaney, Stimulus Watchdog ... stimulus n. , pl. -li ( ). Something causing or regarded as causi...
journalism in Biological News
MBL awards journalism fellowships
Sixteen science writers and editors have been awarded prestigious Science Journalism
Fellowships from the MBL (Marine Biological Laboratory), an internationally known biomedical and environmental research and educational center located in the village of Woods Hole, Massachusetts on Cape Cod.
AGU Journalism Awards won by Margaret Munro and Dr. Richard Smith
WASHINGTON Margaret Munro and Dr. Richard Smith have won the American Geophysical Unions 2008 journalism
Munro will receive the David Perlman Award for Excellence in Science JournalismNews for her article on the biggest breakup in northern Canada in 30 years of an ice shelf suspect...
AAAS announces winners of 2007 AAAS Science Journalism Awards
An inquiry into mysterious elk deaths in Wyoming, a profile of a largely unknown black chemist who was a pioneer in the synthesis of medicinal drugs from plants, and a look at the merits of telling children they are smart are among the winners of the 2007 AAAS Science Journalism
Awards from the Am...
2009 AIBS Media Award
...ication outside the conventional sphere of science journalism
should help fulfill AIBS's ambitions of reaching a...tion and election technology. His stories have won journalism
awards from the American Association for the Advan...5 years. He has earned degrees in both biology and journalism
and has written articles for The New York Times ,...
Seattle Times reporters win ASM public communications award
...for over 20 years, garnering two Pulitzer nominations and winning dozens of journalism
awards. He has served as an adjunct professor of journalism
at Northwestern University and remains an active lecturer.
Fifth annual Templeton-Cambridge fellowships awarded to 10 noted journalists
...gdom, and Canada have been selected for the fifth annual TempletonCambridge journalism
Fellowships in Science & Religion. Inaugurated in 2004, the fellowships in...ime, American Prospect, Fox News, and BBC Radio.
The TempletonCambridge journalism
fellows named today are:
Edwin Cartlidge, Freelance Journalist
Scientific information largely ignored when forming opinions about stem cell research
...e data show that no, it doesn't. It does for some groups, but definitely not for others."
Along with Dominique Brossard, a UW-Madison professor of journalism
and mass communication, and graduate student Shirley Ho, Scheufele used national public opinion research to analyze how public attitudes are formed ab...
Yale Environment 360 magazine launches online
...and become one of the most highly respected sources of opinion concerning global affairs."
Cohn comes to Yale Environment 360 from a distinguished journalism
career, much of it focused on the environment. As editor-in-chief of Mother Jones, from 1999 to 2005, he revitalized the magazine, winning the prestig...
IEEE Fellow first woman to receive highest award in engineering profession
...hicago Tribune, led by architecture critic Blair Kamin, won the Engineering journalism
Award for its series, How to Build Todays Supertalls, devoting extraordinar...al developments behind the rise of super tall buildings.
The Engineering journalism
Award recognizes outstanding reporting of an event or issue that furthers p...
AIBS honors outstanding contributions to the biological sciences
..., Audubon, and the anthology, Best American Science Writing. Nijhuis has won several national honors for her science writing including a AAAS Science journalism
journalism in Biological Technology
UW Journalism School Software Expands Web-Based Research
MADISON - A homegrown software innovation born of "creative laziness" in the School of Journalism
and Mass Communications at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is saving time and money and opening doors to a new world of online survey research.
"It allows us to conduct research at a much more r...
NSF officer speaks on the future of journalism and science
MADISON M. Mitchell Waldrop has put his Ph.D. in theoretical physics to use not in research, but as a journalist and now as a public affairs officer for the National Science Foundation .
Named the University of Wisconsin-Madison science writer in residence for the week, he presented a publi...
Sigma-Aldrich Honored With CIO 100 Award for Innovative Web Research Tool, Your Favorite Gene powered by Ingenuity
...ition of the magazine and website are recipients of more than 200 awards to date, including three Grand Neals from the Jesse H. Neal National Business journalism
Awards and two Magazine of the Year awards from the National Society of Business Publication Editors. CIO websites and magazines appear in more than 2...
NanoLogix Adds Noted Journalist Bill Scanlon to Provide Media Relations
...g articles about rapid bio-detection. For the past 18 years, he worked at the Rocky Mountain News , until its closing last month. Among his numerous journalism
honors are awards for articles about particle physics, politics, ultra-athletics, and medical transplants. His series on a hospital cover-up recently ...
Nikon Instruments Receives Record Number of Entries for Nikon Small World
...d Photomicrography Competition:
-- Ivan Oransky, MD, Managing Editor, Online, Scientific American and Professor, New York University School of journalism
-- Alice Park, Senior Reporter, TIME Magazine -- David L. Spector, Director of Research, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory and Professor, State Univ...
AAAAI: Call for Entries: Have You Written a Story on Allergic Disease? Win $1000
... 2007 Annual Samter journalism
Awards Entry Deadline: October ...s now accepting entries for the 2007 Annual Samter journalism
Awards. The Samter journalism
Awards were developed by the AAAAI to celebrate
NY Times Reporter to give Tech Talk in Madison
Bob Tedeschi is is a 1990 graduate of the Columbia journalism
School, Bob Tedeschi spent his first post-graduate months in the Soviet Uni...ve years while working as a freelance journalist, and returned to full-time journalism
in 1997. In 1998 he began covering e-commerce for The New York Times....
Madison Magazine Editor Dies of Lung Cancer
...itor of Madison Magazine in 1997, Howell was features editor and, previously, national-foreign editor of the Wisconsin State Journal in Madison. His journalism
career also included reporting and editing stints in Montana, Minnesota and South Dakota, where he grew up on a farm. Howell was the editor of the Min...
The myth of objectivity
...ny other product, for that matter.
Second, and more important, is Dans question, which is about disclosure and at the very heart of the Grass Roots journalism
he so actively encourages. Old-school journalists pride themselves on objectivity. They look at every side of the story. They never accept a free ride...
Corporations and blogging
... reader are learning how to craft and interpret blog content.
With this concept fresh in my mind, I interviewed Dan Gillmor, champion of grassroots journalism
and author of We the Media , during a morning-long session with corporate PR executives hosted by global firm Burson-Marsteller. Dan agreed that obje...