Two Florida Memorial University (FMU) communication students will participate this week in the 2021 Christopher J. Georges Conference on College Journalism: an exciting and informative event organized each year by the Neiman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard University with assistance from The Harvard Crimson. “This opportunity will enhance and reinforce the instruction my journalism students are learning here at Florida Memorial,” said FMU communication Professor Russell Motley. “I’m excited for them as they broaden their scope of this evolving industry.” The conference brings student journalists from across the country together to share ideas, network, and attend training sessions with professional journalists, including current Nieman Fellows. This year’s conference will be held on Zoom on April 9 and 10. The keynote speaking is Harvard alumna Abby Phillip, an African-American journalist who is a senior political correspondent and anchor for CNN.