Guarino attending two workshops for college editors
Pendulum editor Jennifer Guarino was selected to attend Columbia
University's College Editors' Leadership Workshop May 27-31. The
workshop is funded by Pew Charitable Trusts, and tuition, room and most
meals are provided to those attending.
Each year just 20 senior editors are selected from across the United
States to attend the Columbia sessions on campus and at news
organizations such as The New York Times, ABC and People magazine. Guarino had
to write a 500-word essay and submit other materials in order to be
considered for this honor. The program administrator is Dr. Nancy Beth
Jackson of Columbia's Graduate School of Journalism.
Guarino was selected for two summer 2002 workshops.
She will also be attending the Management Seminar for College Newspaper Editors 2002
August 5-11. The workshop is sponsored by the University of Georgia College of
Journalism and Mass Communication and the Cox Institute for Newspaper Management Studies.
Among the dozens of guest instructors will be Conrad Fink, former foreign
correspondent and vice president for The Associated Press and director of the Cox
Institute for Newspaper Management Studies, and Jim Wooten and nine other top leaders
from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
The Web site for the Columbia workshop is:
The Web site for the MSCNE workshop is: