Tuesday, April 10 :: All presentations are in Baker Center Theater, Second Floor

Nicole Antonuccio
Nicole Antonuccio

Jan Bösche
Jan Bösche

Stephen Crowley
Stephen Crowley

Carol Guzy
Carol Guzy

Uwe Krüger
Uwe Krüger

Bonnie Jo Mount
Bonnie Jo Mount

Marcus Pindur
Dr. Marcus Pindur

Karly Domb Sadof
Karly Domb Sadof

Libby Schreiner
Libby Schreiner

Errin Whack
Errin Whack

9 a.m. Errin Whack (Associated Press) // Coverage: How Minorities are Faring in the Era of President Donald Trump
10:30 a.m. Carol Guzy (photojournalist) // Bearing Witness
1:30 p.m. Nicole Antonuccio (The Onion/Clickhole) and Libby Schreiner (The Onion) // Creating Comedy In a Media Hellscape: How The Onion and ClickHole Have Adapted to a Trump Presidency
3 p.m. Stephen Crowley (former NYTs photographer) // If I Were Your King
4:30 p.m. Jan Bösche (ARD/Germany), Explaining Trumpism to a German Audience - Differences, Similarities, and Cultural Context
Dr. Marcus Pindur (Deutchlanderadio/Germany), Reporting on Trump: How to Explain U.S. Politics to a German Audience
Dr. Uwe Krüger (Leipzig University), The Problem of Trust in Journalism: Parallels of the situations in the U.S. and Germany
7 p.m. Bonnie Joe Mount and Karly Domb Sadof (The Washington Post) // What Unites Us?

Wednesday, April 11 :: All presentations are in Baker Center Theater, Second Floor

Katie Hinman
Katie Hinman

Gregory Korte
Gregory Korte

Jack Ohman
Jack Ohman

Toluse Olorunnipa
Toluse Olorunnipa

Please note corrections to schedule to match the published ads:
9:40 a.m. Jack Ohman (Sacramento Bee) // A Very Fine Line: Jack Ohman and American Editorial Cartooning
10:45 a.m. Katie Hinman (CNN) // The Art of the Interview
2:00 p.m. Gregory Korte (USA Today) // Obama to Trump: A White House Correspondent's Perspective
3:05 p.m. Toluse Olorunnipa (Bloomberg) // What It’s Like: A Week of Fire and Fury Covering Trump
4:10 p.m. Panel discussion with all speakers

SPEAKER BIOGRAPHIES

Nicole Antonuccio :: Nicole Antonuccio came to The Onion as an intern in 2013, working in a number of roles before landing as the art director for both ClickHole and The Onion. In the past year, she has worked on The Onion's Trump Documents and ClickHole's PatriotHole and Liberal Senator and has helped both websites bring to life a new set of satirical characters derived from the current administration. Antonuccio graduated summa cum laude from Cornell University with a degree in American studies and lives, works and performs comedy in Chicago. Instagram: @j.nooch
Jan Bösche :: Jan Bösche is a correspondent for ARD German radio and TV. Born in 1976, he studied history, politics and journalism at the University of Leipzig. Bösche’s first radio experience was at the college radio station, mephisto 97.6. He started working for MDR Info in 2001, first as an editor, reporter and presenter, and then as the station’s correspondent in Thuringia for five years. Bösche has reported from Berlin, Geneva and Shanghai. Since 2014, he has served as a correspondent for ARD in Washington. Twitter: @jnbsch
Stephen Crowley :: Stephen Crowley began his career as a photographer in 1972 during a stint at a community newspaper in Jupiter, Florida. He searches for morsels of humanity, irony and humor, collecting images of the country's character as hinted by physical structures, shifting light patterns and happenstance. Crowley is a former staff photographer for The Palm Beach Post and Evening News, the Miami Herald and The Washington Times. He was named Photographer of the Year by the White House News Photographers Association in 2002 for a portfolio that included his essays "Voices of Afghanistan" and "A Day in the Life of President Bush." Crowley was part of The New York Times team that won the 2001 Pulitzer Prize for national reporting on "How Race is Lived in America." The following year, Crowley shared the Pulitzer Prize for feature photography with four other photographers from The New York Times for work produced during the war in Afghanistan. His personal photography has been exhibited in shows at the Library of Congress, The National Geographic Society and the Corcoran Art Museum and is part of several public and private collections. Crowley is a graduate of the photography program at Daytona State College and holds an honorary doctorate in fine arts from the Corcoran College of Art + Design in Washington, D.C. In 2005, American Photo Magazine included Crowley on its list of the 100 Most Important People in Photography.
Carol Guzy :: Four-time Pulitzer-winning photographer Carol Guzy was born in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, and lived there until 1978 when she completed her studies at Northampton County Area Community College, graduating with an associate's degree in registered nursing. A change of heart led Guzy to the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale in Florida to study photography. She graduated in 1980 with an Associate in Applied Science in photography. While at the Art Institute, Guzy interned at The Miami Herald and upon graduation was hired as a staff photographer. She spent eight years at the newspaper before moving to Washington, D.C., in 1988 to be a staff photographer at The Washington Post through 2014. Guzy is the only journalist to receive four Pulitzer Prizes, the most recent for coverage of the Haitian earthquake in 2010. She received the Pulitzer Prize for spot news photography for her coverage of the military intervention in Haiti and the devastating mudslide in Armero, Colombia. Guzy received a third Pulitzer Prize, for feature photography, for her work in Kosovo. She has been named three times Photographer of the Year for the National Press Photographers Association and eight times for the White House News Photographers Association. Guzy's work has been honored with the Robert F. Kennedy award for international photojournalism, John Farber award from the Overseas Press Club, National Headliner Award, Visa d'Or Award for News Photography from Visa Pour L'Image in France, Leica Medal of Excellence, American Society of News Editors Community Photojournalism Award, Robert F. Kennedy grand prize in international photojournalism, Robert F. Kennedy award for outstanding coverage of the disadvantaged in America and Missouri Honor of Medal for Distinguished Service in Journalism, among others. She specializes in long-term documentary human-interest projects, spot news and feature stories, both domestic and international. Guzy is now a freelance photographer who is also editing book projects. Twitter: @carolguzy
Katie Hinman :: Katie Himman is an executive producer of special programming at CNN, where she works on developing new projects and contributes to the network's signature debates, election nights and town halls. She also launched and served as executive producer of "State of the Union with Jake Tapper," CNN's agenda-setting Sunday politics show. Before that, Hinman was the supervising producer of "The Lead," Tapper's daily news broadcast. Before CNN, she spent nearly 10 years at ABC News, most of them as a producer of "Nightline." Hinman's work has been honored with two Emmys, an Overseas Press Club award, an Edward R. Murrow award and a Peabody. Twitter: @khinman
Gregory Korte :: Gregory Korte has been a White House correspondent for USA TODAY since 2014. His coverage focuses on domestic policy, with an interest in the institutional presidency and executive power. His work often brings investigative and data-driven reporting techniques to the White House beat. Before joining USA TODAY's Washington Bureau as a congressional and political reporter in 2010, Korte covered state and local politics and government in Ohio at The Cincinnati Enquirer, Akron Beacon Journal and Lorain Morning Journal. In 2017, he was awarded the Gerald R. Ford Journalism Prize for Distinguished Reporting on the Presidency; the award recognized his reporting on the last year of the Obama White House. Other national awards include the Casey Medal for Meritorious Journalism, the Benjamin Fine Award for education reporting, the Niles Cushing Dolbeare Award for housing reporting and the Fund for American Studies Excellence in Economic Journalism Award. Korte was named the best reporter in Ohio by the Society of Professional Journalists in 2007. A native of Cincinnati, he holds bachelor's degrees in journalism and political science from Ohio University. He lives in Bethesda, Maryland, with his wife and daughter. Twitter: @gregorykorte
Uwe Krüger :: Uwe Krüger is an assistant professor and post-doc journalism researcher and lecturer at the University of Leipzig, Germany. He did his PhD on networks between high-ranking German journalists and elites from politics and the economy, and published a popular book about trust in journalism named "Mainstream: Why we don"t trust the media anymore" (C.H.Beck 2016). He received the Günter Wallraff Award for Journalism Criticism in 2016 from Initiative Nachrichtenaufklaerung.
Bonnie Jo Mount :: Bonnie Jo Mount is a photojournalist at The Washington Post. She has lived in a variety of places and worked as an editor, educator and photojournalist. Previous positions include: assistant professor at Hampton University (Virginia); deputy managing editor for visuals and interactive media at The News & Observer (North Carolina), director of photography at The Gazette (Colorado), photography editor at The Jackson Hole Guide (Wyoming) and photojournalist on the staffs of The Burlington Free Press (Vermont), The Knoxville News-Sentinel (Tennessee) and The Tampa Tribune (Florida). Mount earned a Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts from the University of South Florida and studied in the Master of Fine Arts program at the Visual Studies Workshop. In 2002, she spent an academic year at Stanford University as a John S. Knight Fellow. Twitter: @bonjomo
Jack Ohman :: Jack Hamilton Ohman has been the editorial cartoonist and associate editor for The Sacramento Bee since 2013. His cartoons are syndicated by The Washington Post Writers Group. Previously, his work appeared in 200 newspapers through Tribune Content Agency, and he was, at age 19, the youngest editorial cartoonist ever nationally syndicated. Ohman has worked at The Columbus Dispatch, the Detroit Free Press and The Oregonian. He won the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for editorial cartooning and was a Pulitzer finalist in 2012. Other awards include the Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award, the Society of Professional Journalists Sigma Delta Chi Award, the SDX Mark of Excellence Award, the National Headliner Award, the Overseas Press Club Award, the Scripps Howard Foundation Award and two first place Best of the West Awards. Ohman also won The Minnesota Daily Harrison E. Salisbury Distinguished Alumni Award. He has a bachelor's degree in history from the University Honors Program at Portland State University and is the author of 11 books, four on the subject of fly fishing. Ohman writes editorials and regular columns. A native of St. Paul, Minnesota, he is married to Amanda V. Ohman and has three grown children and three stepdaughters. Twitter: @JACKOHMAN
Toluse Olorunnipa :: Toluse Olorunnipa is a White House correspondent for Bloomberg News, covering the policy and politics of the nation's highest office. He covers daily White House press briefings and travels regularly as part of the presidential press corps. Before joining Bloomberg's Washington bureau in 2015, Olorunnipa was a national correspondent based in Bloomberg's Florida bureau, reporting on political and economic trends in the nation's largest swing state. His work has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, Businessweek magazine, the Chicago Tribune, The Washington Post, the Miami Herald, the Tampa Bay Times and the Stanford Daily. Olorunnipa has appeared on Bloomberg TV, CNN, MSNBC, PBS, CBS News, C-SPAN, NPR and other outlets. His awards include the Society of Professional Journalists, the Society of American Business Editors and Writers, and the Bernie E. Glaser Scholarship program. A native of Tallahassee, Florida, Olorunnipa studied sociology at Stanford University and lives in Washington, D.C. Twitter: @ToluseO
Marcus Pindur :: Marcus Pindur is an anchor and political correspondent for Deutschlandradio in Berlin - Germany's national public radio. From 2012 to 2016, he was the network's U.S. and Canada correspondent, and in 2001-2002, Pindur covered the European Union and NATO. He was a legislative assistant to U.S. Rep. Ben Cardin, D-Md., as a German Marshall Fund grantee. Pindur has a master's degree in history, political science and American studies from work completed at the Free University of Berlin and Tulane University as a Fulbright scholar. He holds a doctorate in American history from the John R. Kennedy Institute for North American Studies at the Free University of Berlin. Pindur has worked as an editor, anchor and political correspondent for several German public radio stations since 1993. Twitter: @MarcusPindur
Libby Schreiner :: Libby Schreiner is a staff writer for America's Finest News Source™, The Onion. She received a chemistry degree from Iowa State University and spent five years as an industrial paint chemist before throwing it all away to live at the mercy of the ever-changing media landscape. Schreiner hopes to one day win an award. Twitter: @libbyschreiner
Karly Domb Sadof :: Karly Domb Sadof is an award-winning photo editor for the National section of The Washington Post. Before joining The Post in 2016, she worked as a photo editor and supervisor at The Associated Press' global headquarters in New York and as a photo editor for the AP's Asia-Pacific Headquarters desk in Bangkok. Domb Sadof received her bachelor’s degree from New York University's Gallatin School of Individualized Study and earned a master’s degree in visual and media anthropology at the Freie Universität Berlin. She lives in Washington, D.C. Twitter: @kdombsadof
Errin Haines Whack :: Errin Haines Whack is a national writer for The Associated Press. As a member of AP's Race and Ethnicity Team, she provides sharp news analysis and original perspectives on current events on topics including urban affairs, policing, historically black colleges, civil rights and the black electorate. Whack was the Philadelphia Association of Black Journalists' 2016 Print Journalist of the Year. She was also named Emerging Journalist of the Year by the National Association of Black Journalists and Print Journalist of the Year by the Atlanta Press Club. Whack's reporting has also won awards from the Atlanta Association of Black Journalists. She was formerly a reporter at The Washington Post, The Orlando Sentinel and The Los Angeles Times. Her work has been featured in numerous media outlets, including NBC News, NPR, POLITICO Magazine, Time.com, BuzzFeed, Fusion, The Guardian and CityLab. Whack lives in Philadelphia. Twitter: @emarvelous