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The National Press Club’s 21st annual photo exhibit is on display virtually at https://technewslit.com/npc/
As part of the National Press Club’s efforts to support the careers of future journalists, the club awards three annual scholarships to college students who plan to study journalism. Two of the awards, the Richard G. Zimmerman Journalism Scholarship and the Julie Schoo Award for Diversity in Journalism, are awarded to freshmen, while the Feldman Fellowship for Graduate Studies in Journalism is awarded to first year graduate students.
President Dwight Eisenhower was in the White House during a transformational time, and his granddaughter says his goal was to unite the country with "middle road" ideas that would allow people to resolve their differences and compromise. In this edition of Update-1, NPC Broadcast Podcast team member Irv Chapman talks to Susan Eisenhower about her latest book, "How Ike Lead." She discusses how the president always listened to dissenting points of view and took responsibility for his decisions. She also talks about the closeness of her family allowing her to get to know her grandfather very