Each year, the SND Foundation awards a scholarship to a deserving student interested in and showing promise for pursuing a career in visual journalism. The cash award is $2,000. This scholarship is open to sophomores, juniors and seniors at any accredited four-year school worldwide. The student must be a member in good standing of the […]
The Silent Auction is the most important fund-raiser each year for the SND Foundation. Over the years, scores of young journalists have benefited from the funds raised by this event, including our annual workshop travel grant recipients. You may have hired them … you may BE one of them.
SND is going strong heading into its 40th year, having transformed the design conversation in newsrooms over the past generation. To celebrate this occasion, we asked five design luminaries — Deb Withey, Julie Elman, Pablo Bernasconi, Andrea Levy, and Chloe Cushman — to create special pin designs. You can purchase them individually, or buy the whole set
It’s time once again to talk music. Very bad music, performed by your industry colleagues. Many years ago, at SND36, the SND Foundation Karaoke Night raised $4,850 — more than double its previous judging record. We came up just shy of that number at SND37 and SND38. We cannot revert to old ways now. Whether you’re […]
The winner of the 2017 SND Foundation Scholarship is Lucy Naland, a student at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University, Lucy was, chosen by a panel of four judges, will receive a $2,000 cash award.
Greicy Mella Greicy is currently a designer at the New York Daily News. Prior to that she designed at several New York City newspapers, served as an art director at the National Enquirer and a layout artist at HAMPTONS and GOTHAM magazines. She received grants to attend SNDMakes in Austin and Chicago. After her prototyping experience […]
What is SNDCampus? SNDCampus is the latest endeavor within the Society of News Design for our student members by our student members. A meeting place. A community. A blog for those who want to stay informed about what’s going on in both the collegiate and professional design worlds, get advice from seasoned vets and […]
To apply, fill out and submit this form by January 15, 2017 The travel grant program is made possible by the donations to the Foundation. Click here to support students pursuing careers in visual journalism. SNDF offers students grants to help them attend the Annual Workshop and Exhibition in Charlotte on April 19–21, 2017. Each […]
Niklas Marienhagen, a student at the University of Applied Sciences in Augsburg, Germany, is the winner of the 2016 SND Foundation Scholarship. Marienhagen, chosen by a panel of five judges, will receive a $2,000 cash award. Marienhagen’s portfolio focuses heavily on infographics and illustration, and he credits two longtime and very active SND members — […]
The Society for News Design is an organization that provides training and services to and advocates on behalf of visual journalists worldwide. The Society for News Design Foundation (SNDF) is SND’s educational and research arm. Annually, SNDF awards the SND Foundation Scholarship to a deserving student interested in and showing promise for pursuing a career […]
The SND Foundation is pleased to announce the recipients of travel grants for the Annual Workshop and Exhibition in San Francisco.
It’s time to talk music. Very bad music, performed by your industry colleagues. The long and short of this is, a year ago, at SND36, the SND Foundation Karaoke Night raised $4,850 — more than double its previous judging record. We cannot revert to old ways after a year like that. Whether you’re attending or following […]
Aviva Loeb, a senior at the University of Vermont, is this year’s winner of the $2,000 SND Foundation scholarship. Loeb, who is planning to graduate in December, has interned at San Diego Magazine and the Jerusalem Post, and was Layout Editor of The Vermont Cynic, the school’s newspaper that she joined as a freshman. In […]
Ball State grads are everywhere in our profession, and wherever they are, there is a connection to Jennifer George-Palilonis. Palilonis, a full professor at Ball State, recently stepped down as journalism graphics sequence coordinator to become co-director of the school’s new Center for Emerging Media Design & Development, which will offer a master’s program in […]