Ethics and Excellence in Journalism
In 2006, the Journalism Program was awarded $25,000 by the Ethics and Excellence in Journalism Foundation to design
courses and animate a series of lectures and events on science and technology.
The Program organized a lecture series with speakers including NPR science reporter Richard Harris
talking about nanotechnology, Pulitzer-prize-winning author Laurie Garrett talking about the collapse of public
health, and Pulitzer-prize winning science reporter Natalie Angier debating
God vs. science.
The last EEJF-sponsored event, in the spring of 2009, was a symposium on the Hudson River, held on Pete Seeger's
boat, the Clearwater. A film on the event, by Neil Colligan, can be seen