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Carter Fellow Christine Herman wins PMJA award for fellowship story on child-to-parent violence

By Miriam Pearsall Carter Center Mental Health Program Intern ATLANTA – What began for Christine Herman as an exploration of barriers to mental health treatment for children led to an award-winning national feature on violence inflicted on parents by their own children. Herman’s story, “When Teens Abuse Parents, Shame and Secrecy…

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Carter Fellow Deborah Wang wins Gracie and regional Murrow awards for fellowship reporting

By Kari Cobham Senior Associate Director, Rosalynn Carter Mental Health Journalism Fellowships & Media Ask Deborah Wang about the impact of her stories and she’ll talk about helping people feel less alone. “I’ve heard numerous families say, ‘Thank you for writing these stories. This is exactly what my family has…

Paul Radu holds the Ion Raţiu Journalism Award, which he won in 2018 for The RISE Project investigative series into the underground businesses of Romanians suspected of breaking the law in Romania and Brazil. (Photo courtesy Paul Radu)

Carter Fellow Paul Radu wins $1.5M Million Skoll Foundation Award

By Susan Pearson Hunsinger Program Associate, The Carter Center Mental Health Program Romanian journalist Paul Radu has won many prestigious awards in his career. A 2007-2008 Rosalynn Carter Fellow for Mental Health Journalism, Radu won a 2017 Pulitzer Prize for his work on the Panama Papers, the Daniel Pearl Award,…

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Carter Fellow Thomas Curwen wins Columbia J-School’s Mike Berger Award

Columbia Journalism School announced that reporters from the Los Angeles Times, including 2002-2003 Rosalynn Carter Fellow for Mental Health Journalism Thomas Curwen, have won the 2020 Meyer “Mike” Berger Award. [Read the full announcement from Columbia Journalism School] Curwen, a staff writer at the Los Angeles Times, and staff photographer…

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‘Connection, distance and empathy’: Judith Warner on the book she wished she had when her daughter hit middle school

“And Then They Stopped Talking to Me” comes at a time when the ambient anxiety of illness, job losses and economic uncertainty surrounding COVID-19 will undoubtedly affect middle schoolers’ families. But it may not be all negative.  By Susan Pearson Hunsinger Program Assistant, The Carter Center Mental Health Program ATLANTA…

Skyland Trail Features Blog by Former Fellow Billy Howard

Skyland Trail Features Blog by Former Fellow Billy Howard

March 18, 2013 Skyland Trail, an Atlanta-based mental health treatment facility, has posted to their website a blog post written by 2011-2012 Rosalynn Carter fellow Billy Howard on his experience in creating his fellowship project, Step Inside My Head. Step Inside My Head is a series of photos, videos and…

Former Fellow Nicolae Ciorogan Featured on Carter Center Website

Former Fellow Nicolae Ciorogan Featured on Carter Center Website

March 18, 2013 A new profile of 2009-2010 Rosalynn Carter fellow Nicolae Ciorogan has been posted to the Carter Center website. This piece features a video on immigrant mental health completed by Ciorogan as part of his fellowship project. This video has been included within the curricula of more than…

Job Opportunity: Writer/Producer, Jack Kent Cooke Foundation

Job Opportunity: Writer/Producer, Jack Kent Cooke Foundation

February 19, 2013 The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation, directed by fellowship Advisory Board member Larry Kutner, is looking to hire an experienced writer/producer. Below you will find more information about this opportunity.     “The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation in suburban Washington, D.C. (Lansdowne, VA) has significantly expanded its communications infrastructure…