'SHOE-LEATHER' PROGRAM SETS FAST PACE
A "Shoe-Leather Intensive Program" immerses student journalists in reporting skills and techniques and helps Healthy NewsWorks get off to a fast start to the 2014-15 school year. Read more.
'Think, Don't Fight' program starts in schools
Heart health remains key topic for student journalists
Community edition on heart health makes its debut
REPORTER INTERVIEWED ON WHYY RADIO
An eighth grade health reporter became the subject of a recent interview for "The Pulse" on WHYY-FM about how she helps her grandmother manage type 2 diabetes. Read more.
REMEMBERING TONY AUTH
The director of Healthy NewsWorks reflects on the late cartoonist Tony Auth's influence on and support of the student media program. Read more.
NEW MEDICAL BOARD IS LAUNCHED
Healthy NewsWorks has recently formed a medical and scientific advisory board whose members include a pediatric endocrinologist, an associate professor of physical therapy, a doctor of pharmacy, and a registered dietitian. They serve to guide and give feedback about student articles and health topics. Read more.
THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS AND COMMUNITY PARTNERS
Many thanks to our numerous book sponsors and community partners for making our student media program and book project possible. See the list of supporters and sponsors.