New members Sara Ziegler and Nick Jungman join ACES's Executive Committee among three returning Executive Committee members.
Research reveals a copy editor's value to readers and offers insight on how to triage while editing.
Lauren Klinger of Poynter Institute NewsU says journalists should approach social media content as if someone called the newsroom in 1975 offering a news tip.
The winners were officially announced March 26, at the opening session of ACES 19th annual conference in Pittsburgh.
Adriana Cloud's 17-syllable haiku about comma splices won ACES's National Grammar Day Tweeted Haiku Contest.
Celebrate National Grammar Day by writing a haiku, joining the #ACESchat, or tuning in for Sue Burzynski Bullard's webinar.
ACES began its National Grammar Day haiku competition in 2011 and continued to seek 17-syllable grammatical entries for its newest contest.
Dori J. Maynard passed away at the age of 56, leaving the legacy of her Fault Lines project that helped journalists cover diversity in their communities.
Fourth-year Ph.D. student Alyssa Appelman defended her dissertation on the psychological effects of journalistic writing conventions using ACES-funded research.
Between 45 and 70 people joined the #ACESchat conversation twice a month on Wednesdays to discuss editing topics from editing's value to inclusive language.