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What does NAJP stand for?
NAJP stands for National Arts Journalism Program (Seattle, WA)
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Nationalist Alliance for Justice, Freedom and Democracy
- North American Journal of Fisheries Management
- National Association of Junior Golfers (Palm Beach, FL)
- North American Japanese Garden Association (Portland, OR)
- National Association of Judicial Interpreters
- National Association for Justice Information Systems
- National Association of Judiciary Interpreters and Translators, Inc
- Nederlands Agrarisch Jongeren Kontakt (Dutch: Dutch Agricultural Youth Contact; The Netherlands)
- National Association of Juneteenth Lineage
- No Attitude Just Music (record label)
- North American Joint Positive Train Control Program
- North Arkansas Jazz Society (Fayetteville, AR)
- North American Jewish Student Alliance
- North American Journal of Sports Physical Therapy
- North American Jules Verne Society (Ohio)
- Naked At the Keyboard
- Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand - Nakhon Ratchasima (Airport Code)
- Nampula, Mozambique (Airport Code)
- Negative Acknowledgement
- Negative Acknowledgment
Samples in periodicals archive:
A founding editor of Open City, Pinchbeck served as the New York correspondent for the Art Newspaper in 1998; the following year he was a fellow of the National Arts Journalism Program at Columbia University.
Jennifer de Poyen is a 2001-2002 mid-career fellow of the National Arts Journalism Program at Columbia University.
Jennifer de Poyen, dance critic for The San Diego Union-Tribune, is a 2001-2002 mid-career fellow of the National Arts Journalism Program at Columbia University in New York City.
In addition, the Pew fund calls for money to be committed to cultural journalism--not just critics' grants like the NEA once provided, but substantive support for major programs, such as the National Arts Journalism Program at Columbia University--as part of its agenda to help develop such a channel of communication.
com and a board member of the university’s National Arts Journalism Program (NAJP), which organized the conference.
Now along comes the National Arts Journalism Program with statistics culled by the scholars at Columbia University to support our worst imaginings.