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NewsU presents webinars on news design [Worldwide]

Poynter's News University, in partnership with the Society for News Design (SND), will offer "Making emotional connections with local audiences through design" on July 16; "Secrets of a successful newsletter: lessons from The Lily" on July 17; and "Planning and design for the big story" on July 18.

Cultural workshop in Lebanon accepting applications [MENA]

Journalists and others can apply to participate in this workshop on Sept. 20 to 30.

CGTN seeks breaking news editor [China]

Journalists with excellent English written and oral communication skills can apply for this position in Beijing.

Alicia Patterson reporting fellowship open [US]

Full-time print reporters, writers, editors and photographers can apply for a US$40,000 fellowship.

Bloomberg News seeks journalist [Russia]

Business journalists with native-level fluency in Russian and experience covering local markets can apply for this position in Moscow.

Fellowships for agricultural development conference available [Africa]

The Thomson Reuters Foundation, with funding from the United Nations' International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), will select journalists to attend the African Green Revolution Forum (AGRF) Sept. 3 to 7 in Kigali, Rwanda.

Contest for science journalism students open [Worldwide]

Aspiring medical or science journalists can receive an award to attend the world's largest neuroscience meeting in San Diego.

N-ost offers grants for cross-border reporting projects [Europe]

International teams of freelancers and staff journalists, photographers or visual storytellers from participating countries can apply for up to EUR8,000 in funding.