Upcoming Events

  • Thursday Jul 30 2015

    Trauma Workshop: Best Practices for Coverage and Peer Support

    10:00 am - 4:00 pm

    In Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, a daylong trauma workshop on best practices for reporting and peer support, featuring Ochberg Fellows Dave Cullen and Scott Blanchard, and Dr. Frank Ochberg, Chairman Emeritus of the Dart Center.

  • In Garrison, New York, the Garrison Institute will host a four-day resilience training for journalists, humanitarian aid workers and human rights staff.

  • At the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association in Toronto, Susan Drevo will present some of the Dart Research Lab's findings on occupational stress and hazards faced by journalists.

  • In Zurich, Switzerland, a new five-day journalism fellowship aimed at advancing public understanding of research in the fields of psychology and youth development. Apply by August 15.

  • Thursday Sep 10 2015

    Mindfulness Training for Journalists

    2:00 - 6:00pm

    At Columbia Journalism School in New York City, a special half-day workshop on mindfulness practice, led by teachers from the monastic community founded by poet, author and activist Thich Nhat Hanh.

  • At Kent State University in Kent, Ohio, the 11th annual Poynter-KSU Media Ethics Workshop for journalists, educators and students that will cover topics including privacy, re-victimization and the trauma that journalists themselves often deny. Dr. Frank Ochberg will give the keynote address. Dart Award winner Rachel Dissell and the subject of her winning piece Johanna Orozco will be featured speakers. 

  • Thursday Sep 24 2015

    Panel: Blood on the Screen - Vicarious Trauma

    11:00 am

    At the Online News Association’s 2015 Conference in Los Angeles, California, Fergus Bell, P. Kim Bui, Eric Carvin and Bruce Shapiro discuss the challenges user generated content presents for social newsgatherers, and steps they’ve taken to address them.

  • At Reynolds Journalism Institute in Columbia, Missouri, a two-day conference for journalism educators on the impact of trauma on individuals and communities, how to build resilience through reporting and provide hands-on help in creating units or standalone courses on trauma.

  • Thursday Oct 29 2015

    Apply Now: Reporting Safely in Crisis Zones

    Four-day program

    The Dart Center is offering an intensive four-day crisis reporting course at Columbia Journalism School to prepare journalists to think critically about how to work safely and effectively in volatile situations such as war, conflict and disaster zones, with an emphasis on risk assessment and harm prevention. Applications are now open.

  • In New Orleans, Louisiana, the 31st Annual ISTSS Conference, "Back to Basics: Integrating Clinical and Scientific Knowledge to Advance the Field of Trauma."