Program Schedule 2022

The schedule for 2022's virtual program is detailed on this page.

Group of students entering a Press Box

The Princeton Summer Journalism Program will run virtually during the summer of 2022. All of the sessions described below will take place over Zoom. For a sample of the PSJP Program Schedule on-campus, please review the 2019 Program Schedule.

   

MONDAY, JUNE 27

6:00 PM: PSJP Virtual Orientation


WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29

Praxis: "Person on the Street"

5:30 - 7:30 PM:

  • Workshop: What is Journalism? (Speaker: Richard Just of The Washington Post Magazine)
  • Workshop: Reporting 101 (Speaker: Megan Greenwell, formerly of Deadspin)

WEDNESDAY, JULY 6

5:00 PM - 6:00 PM: Discussion Group


THURSDAY, JULY 7

Praxis: Investigative Reporting

6:00 - 7:00 PM: Workshop: Investigative Reporting (Speaker: Andy Kroll of ProPublica)


TUESDAY, JULY 12

Praxis: Features

6:00 - 8:00 PM: 

  • Workshop: Features Reporting (Speaker: Ashley Powers of Global Press Journal)
  • Student Social

WEDNESDAY, JULY 13

5:00 PM - 8:00 PM: Features Interviews

  • Access to Higher Education for Undocumented Students
  • BookTok
  • College Athletes
  • Post-Lockdown Academic Challenges
  • Post-Lockdown Small Business Recovery
  • Texas Drag Show Ban for Minors

THURSDAY, JULY 14

6:00 PM: Lecture: Covering Gun Violence in America (Speakers: Jennifer Mascia and Mike Spies of The Trace)

7:00 PM: Discussion Group


TUESDAY, JULY 19

Praxis: Press Conference

6:00 PM: Workshop: Disaster & Trauma Reporting (Speaker: Erin Ailworth of The Wall Street Journal)


WEDNESDAY, JULY 20

4:45 PM: Workshop: Press Conference Prep (Speaker: Eliza Gray, Freelance Journalist)

5:30 PM - 6:30 PM: Press Conference

  • Darius Mayfield, Congressional Candidate for NJ 12th - R

THURSDAY, JULY 21

7:00 PM: Discussion Group

8:30 PM: Lecture: Covering Politics (Speaker: Tim Alberta of The Atlantic)


 

TUESDAY, JULY 26

Praxis: Cultural Criticism

6:00 - 8:00 PM:

  • Workshop: Business & Technology Reporting (Speaker: Naomi Nix of The Washington Post)
  • Workshop: Video Journalism & Filmmaking (Speaker: Dolly Li of Historian's Take and of Plum Studios)

THURSDAY, JULY 28

2:00 PM: Lecture: Poetry (Speaker: Jeff Nunokawa, Professor of English at Princeton University)

6:00 PM: Lecture: Covering War & Politics in Europe (Speaker: Frank Langfitt of NPR)

7:00 PM: Discussion Group


SATURDAY, JULY 30

8:00 PM: Journalism Games


MONDAY, AUGUST 1

12:30: Lecture: Applying for Selective Colleges (Speaker: Kevin Hudson, Associate Director for Diversity & College Opportunity at Princeton University)

2:00 PM: Lecture: Epistemicide (Speaker: Dan-el Padilla Peralta, Professor of Classics at Princeton University)

5:00 PM: Lecture: Politics & Justice (Speaker: Adam Serwer of The Atlantic)

6:00 PM: Lecture: Covering Disability and Other Marginalized Communities (Speaker: Eric Garcia of The Independent)


TUESDAY, AUG 2

2:00 PM:  Lecture: (Speaker: Barbara Demick, formerly of The Los Angeles Times)

6:00 PM: College Case Studies

  • Jared Rivers, Bates College
  • Keily Pacheco, Franklin & Marshall College
  • Fatima Julien, Stanford University

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3

1:00 PM: Lecture: Intersection: Fashion, Race, Politics, Art (Speaker: Robin Givhan of The Washington Post)

6:00 PM: Workshop: Journalism & the Law (Speakers: Chanakya Sethi of Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP & Adrian Alvarez,
Assistant Professor of Law at St. John's University)

7:00 PM: Lecture: Sports Journalism (Speaker: Mina Kimes of ESPN)


THURSDAY, AUGUST 4

12:00 PM: Workshop: Mental Health & Journalism (Speaker: Abi Rayner, Master of Social Work Candidate at Rutgers University)

6:00 PM: College Information Sessions

  • Jared Rivers, Bates College
  • Keily Pacheco, Franklin & Marshall College
  • Evelyn Trier, Mount Holyoke College
  • Sulgi Lim, Williams College

7:00 PM: Workshop: Applying for College with PSJP (Speakers: Tieisha M. Tift & Megan Greenwell of the Princeton Summer Journalism Program)


FRIDAY, AUGUST

5:00 PM: PSJP Alumni Panel

6:15 PM: Closing Ceremony

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