Sylvia Poggioli. Howard Berkes. Margot Adler.
These names elicit thoughts of sound journalism and memorable stories you've heard on NPR over the years.
Even the most seasoned journalists make room to improve their craft from time to time. So, what do they do? They head back to school, of course. Journalists at NPR are encouraged to seek out additional learning opportunities throughout their careers as a way to deepen their professional knowledge and develop their skills as a journalist.