Conventions

Chipsters at 2018 NABJ and AAJA

CQS, AAJA

Chipsters had a presence in August at the 2018 conventions of the National Association of Black Journalists and Asian American Journalists Association through their outreach and accomplishments.
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Chipsters at 2018 NAHJ and NAJA

CQS, Polacca, Duty

Chipsters have a presence at the 2018 conventions of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists and Native American Journalists Association through their outreach and accomplishments.
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Chipsters share expertise at ONA

Chipsters made a showing at the Online News Association’s 2017 conference in Washington, D.C., in early October.
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Chipsters make the scene at the 2017 EIJ conference

Five Chipsters gave presentations at the 2017 Excellence in Journalism conference in Anaheim, Calif., while at least three more attended and a fourth covered the event.
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Chipsters at NABJ in 2017

Chipsters shared their expertise and won recognition at the National Association of Black Journalists’ annual convention in New Orleans this month.
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2017 AAJA Convention

Chipsters shared their expertise in a variety of settings at the Asian American Journalists Association’s annual convention in Philadelphia in July.
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ONA Denver 2016

The Online News Association’s 2016 conference in the Mile High City drew several Chipsters as participants and attendees.
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2016 AAJA convention

More than a dozen Chipsters attended or participated in the Asian American Journalists Association’s annual convention in Las Vegas last week. Check out the photo gallery.
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Chipsters offer their talents at the NABJ-NAHJ convention

A plethora of CQS alumni converged on the nation’s capital last week, when the National Association of Black Journalists and the National Association of Hispanic Journalists combined their summer conventions for the first time.
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CQS alums lead panels, edit student projects at AAJA

From left, Jodie Lau; Emma Carew Grovum (Summer 2009), homepage and social media editor for Foreign Policy; Nancy Yang (Spring 2003), national news editor for Internet Broadcasting in St. Paul, Minn.; Kay Nguyen (Summer 2011), graduate student at Columbia University; Meena Thiruvengadam; and Sean Jensen (Summer 1996), managing editor for Thrive Sports in Minneapolis.

Several alumni of the Chips Quinn Scholars program who attended the Asian American Journalists Association’s (AAJA’s) annual convention in Washington, D.C., made a point of stopping by the Newseum Institute’s
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