Thursday, Oct. 12, 2017 • Portland,

PDX: Reporting workshop with Brent Walth

 An ONA Local event, hosted by ONA PDX

The Solutions Journalism Network’s (SJN) Portland-based Community, the SPJ Oregon Territory Chapterand Online News Association-Portland (ONA) are partnering to offer two important FREE workshops in October for reporters, editors, the support people who work with them as well as journalism students interested in the pursuit of excellent, engaging and impactful journalism. Here’s the first one:

On Thursday October 12, Brent Walth, a Pulitzer Prize winner who teaches journalism at the University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication – Portland, will lead a workshop and discussion about how combining the traditional methods of investigative reporting with the innovative practice of evidence-based solutions journalism is showing how citizens and community leaders can solve significant social problems.

Walth says, “One of the great secrets that solutions journalism reveals is that there are paths through problems that many people think cannot be solved. Bringing these two reporting techniques together is going to be a powerful combination.” 

Registration is now open for this workshop and our venue has a capacity of 65 people. Please RSVP about your plans to attend:

Project Access NOW has generously donated the meeting space at their offices: 714 SW 20th Place (Portland 97205)

(The building is just off West Burnside, one block west of Providence Park) 

5-5:30pm Complimentary food & beverages 

5:30pm Workshop begins with Brent Walth 

7-7:30pm Next steps

A workshop and discussion about combining traditional methods of investigative reporting with innovative practice of evidence-based solutions journalism.


Thursday, Oct. 12, 2017
5:30 pm



Project Access NOW
714 Southwest 20th Place