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douglas todd\'s curriculum vitae (2018)

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Com Douglas Todd, a highly acclaimed Canadian-based journalist and writer, focuses on immigration, ethics, diversity, spirituality and psychology while remaining curious about most other things.
Mainly for and (Washington, D. C. )
He won the Book Award and 32 News Awards, and 38 additional honors.
He is called \"the most thoughtful journalist in Vancouver \".
He often gives speeches in Canada and around the world.
Todd is the author or editor of three successful books and has recently received several educational scholarships, including eight
Jack sharbolt scholarship, Simon Fraser University humanities month.
Elected President of the International Association of Religious journalists in 2015 (www. theiarj. org)
It has more than 600 members in 90 countries.
IARJ held meetings on five continents.
In 2013, he received an honorary doctorate from the Vancouver School of Theology.
In recent years, while continuing to emphasize religion, philosophy, ethics, culture and psychology, Todd has increasingly written articles on the issue of global migration.
In the international arena, Todd twice won the first place in the Templeton religious Academy Award of the year, which awarded the top religious journalists in North American secular media.
In addition, Todd also won the first, second and third prizes for the review of the American Academy of Religion.
Besides, Todd was James O in 2006.
Best religious artist of the year award for best
Deep writing and analysis of religious issues in continental Europe.
In Canada, Todd won the highest journalism honor in the country for his beats and other work.
In 2005, he was awarded the National Journalism Award for an article about his father\'s struggle with mental division.
In addition, he won the National Paper Award in 2003 for his excellent report.
The Jack Webster Foundation has twice named Todd B. C.
The best commentator of the year from radio and print media.
Overall, he is short.
Won 18 Webster Awards.
Todd also won the Canadian Science Writer Award.
His work in academic freedom was awarded the medical ethics and the Canadian University Teachers\' Association award.
Todd\'s blog has about 2 million unique page views a year.
In addition to the news reports, Todd is also a youth football coach/manager and an activist to improve the bike infrastructure. (Ronsdale, 2008). Editor.
American and Canadian writers outline the spirit, values and culture of Washington, Oregon and B. C.
Won the \"heart\" category Silver Award, which was published independently by the judges in North America.
It is one of the top 10 books B read. C.
150 anniversary(
Stoke, Toronto, 1996). Author.
According to interviews with famous artists, from Tony Hillman and Carol Shields to Robertson Davis and John Owen, the spiritual archives. (
International self
Vancouver lawyers Press, 1994). Author.
28 modern exploration
Moral dilemma. (
Glass, 2012).
Edited by Lenore Rowntree and Andrew Boden.
Contributed the chapter \"cover for my father. ” (
Willie Press, 2008).
Byron editor-in-chief-
Dueck, Burkholder and Dola.
\"Why do I like my job.
\"* PhD in theology, School of Theology, Vancouver, 2013 * President of the International Association of Religious journalists, 2015-
Attending * founding director of the International Association of Religious journalists, 2012-
2016 * Advisory Committee, Centre for Religious and Social Studies, University of Victoria, 2013-
2016 * Advisory Committee, International Research Department, Simon Fraser University, 2008-
2013 * Association for Religious journalism.
Comments from any media
Three columns: film, Spotlight, atheist
Gretta Vosper and the academic community have blind spots in spirituality.
2018 * University of Canada Teachers\' Association Award for excellence in educational journalism, first prize in Nashville.
Article on the ethical and legal obstacles faced by B. C.
Researcher who illegally assisted suicideFirst prize. Ottawa, 2009.
American Academy of Religion Award. Commentary.
Three columns: suffering, Eckhart Toller, and the crisis of academic philosophy. Second prize. Montreal, 2009.
Jack Webster, the best commentator of the year.
Five columns: civil society, Eckhart Toller, sex in the Bible, romantic fantasy and culture of fear. First prize.
Vancouver, 2008.
* Jack Webster Special Project Award.
How is America? S.
Religious rights are infiltrating Canadian politics. First prize co-recipient.
Vancouver, 2006. * James O.
Best religious writer of the year award.
Seven features and analysis, including the secrets between the Ismail people in Canada, the boring crisis and how multicultural children celebrate Christmas at Todd\'s old primary school. First prize.
Salt Lake City, 2006.
* American religious comment award.
Five columns, including the sectarian religious background of the Iraq war. Second prize. Washington, D. C. , 2006.
* National Paper Awards.
Long-featured writing
This is an autobiography about growing up with a mentally divided father. First prize. Ottawa, 2005.
* American College of religion.
Comment award.
A column on The Da Vinci Code and why many people are frustrated when the economy is booming.
The third prize is 2005.
* Best religious writer of the year award.
Seven articles, including the brief introduction of the Anglican Bishop Michael Ingham and the inside story of the radical religious movement. Second prize. Miami, 2005.
* Jack Webster Science Writing Award.
For an article entitled The Power of purpose, about the relationship between science and spirit. First prize.
Vancouver, 2004.
* American College of religion.
Comment award.
Explore religion in public squares including the Netherlands and France. First prize.
San Antonio, Texas, 2004.
* National Paper Awards. Beat Reporting.
Reports of religion and ethics, including articles on Muslim humor and changes in Christian ethics.
Citation, Toronto, 2003.
* Jack Webster comment award.
Column on Aboriginal culture, \"Journey to Hell\" for PNE, Ismailis and my B RankingC.
Top public intellectualsFirst prize. 2001.
* Templeton religious academy of the year, Boston, Mass.
First Prize 2001. (
The award is awarded to top religious and moral journalists in a secular newspaper or magazine in North America.
Todd is the only Canadian to win the award and one of the only three to win it twice.
Others come from and. )Todd’s five-
The part submitted includes a feature of the integration of the native spirit and Christianity of the nice Canadian Indian;
A piece of 25 B at the top. C.
Religious leaders of the last century
A news report on the financial scandal of retired Catholic bishop Remi Droo, a profile of a Christian liar who claimed to be a \"Jesus rock athlete\", and an analysis of the reasons for the Christian family\'s boycott of the playground.
* Expanded Human Vision Award sponsored by the John Templeton Foundation in radno, Pennsylvania.
An article detailing the connection between science and spirituality. Winner, 2000. * B. C. Newspaper (
Marjory Nichols)
Comment award.
Three columns on general topics.
First Prize 1999. * B. C.
Paper Awards.
Business writing.
Because venture capitalists use the spirit of the new era to advance his business. Co-
First prize winner, 1999* B. C.
Paper Awards. Opinion.
In regards to Gillian Guess\'s column, a juror has an affair with an accused murderer.
First Prize 1999. * B. C. Newspaper (
Marjory Nichols)
Comment award.
Three columns.
First Prize 1998. * B. C.
Paper Awards.
Writing opinions.
Column about over-
Protect parents. Second prize. 1998.
* Chicago, Illinois annual religious awards. (
Award to top religious journalists of any secular newspaper or magazine in North America, according to five articles).
Dear mention, 1996. * B. C.
Paper Awards. News.
Articles about doctors
Assisted suicide among AIDS patients
First Prize 1995. * Jack Webster (Barry Lando)Award.
Scientific writing.
An article on ethics in genetic engineering. Co-
First prize winner.
Vancouver, 1994.
* Canadian science writer award.
An article on ethics in genetic engineering. Co-
First prize winnerToronto, 1994. * B. C.
Paper Awards.
Special Projects
An article on ethics in genetic engineering.
First Prize 1994.
* Best of the year award.
First prize, Chicago, 1993(
According to five articles, it is awarded to top religious journalists of secular newspapers or magazines in North America. Runners-
This year\'s journalists are from and. )* B. C.
Paper Awards. News.
The story about the illegal birth of a Catholic bishop.
First Prize 1992.
President of Nansen award.
A series of articles on the impact of free trade on Canada. First prize co-
Recipient, Toronto, 1988.
* Roland michena award in Toronto.
Package on illiteracyFirst prize co-Recipient 1987
* Macmillan breidel paper award. Features.
About why the suburbs of Surrey are part of the joke. First prize. 1985.
* Canadian media Club Award.
Special writing.
Article about teenagers living in a shopping mall.
Second Prize, Toronto, 1985
* Gold Medal for Western Magazine.
Best Article of the year in any category.
To rebuild a party of wealthy teenagers, the unrest turned into a riot.
First Prize 1984.
* Canadian Press (Scott Schill)Award.
Get the highest score in the last semester of the Vancouver Langara College news program, 1980.
* Commentator of the Year award, manymedia.
Finalists of the Association of Religious journalists in Atlanta, Georgia, 2014 * best commentator of the year, manymedia.
Finalists of the Austin religious Journalists Association, Texas, 2013 * business reports, moremedia.
Finalists of the Austin religious Journalists Association, Texas, 2013 * best commentator of the year, manymedia.
Column on secular, fear of death, and positive aspects of atheist\'s knowledge of excellence in religion.
Washington DC finalistsC.
2012 * Jack Webster Foundationmedia Award.
Online and Print feature series, as well as interactive maps of the growing ethnic enclave in the Vancouver Metro. Multi-media Award. Finalist, 2012.
* Best religious writer of the year award.
Discover the Advent series of hope, joy, peace and love, and the nature of gifts.
Washington DC finalistsC. , 2012.
* News Awards for Online News Association.
Vancouver Sun News report on the Stanley Cup riots.
Riot psychology: they found it exciting.
The finalists, Boston, 2011.
* Best religious writer of the year award. For first-
One person to an eight
A day of silence.
Finalists, Durham, North Carolina, 2011.
Jack Webster AwardFeatures.
Exclusive coverage of the rise and fall of the former B and its rise againC.
Prime Minister Glenn ClarkFinalist, 2009.
* National Magazine Award.
Article on the battle between father and spiritual divisionFinalist, 2008.
* Jack Webster Foundation Award.
Business writing.
Debate with business columnist Don Kayo on the value of taxes. Co-finalist, 2007.
* Canadian Journalists Association award.
Spirituality and faith.
Article on divorced Jewish women. Finalist. 2007.
* Canadian Journalists Association award.
Spirituality and faith. Finalist, 2006.
* Comment Award from American Academy of Religion.
Based on five columns. Third place.
Philadelphia, 2005.
* Best of the year award. (
According to five articles, it is awarded to top religious journalists of secular newspapers or magazines in North America. )Finalist. Miami, 2005.
* Canadian Journalists Association award.
Writing of spirit and morality. Finalist, 2005.
* Jack Webster Foundation Award. News.
A series of reports on the Catholic diocese and the Credit Union of Vanke Chengpin
Gay advertisingFinalist, 2004.
* Best religious writer of the year award.
Emphasis on the quality of writing on religious issues in North America. Finalist. Washington, D. C. , 2004.
* Canadian Journalists Association award.
Writing of spirit and morality. Finalist. 2004.
* Templeton religious academy of the year award. (
According to five articles, award top religious journalists from secular newspapers or magazines in North America).
Finalists in Seattle2003.
* Jack Webster Foundation Award.
Special writing.
An article on the mystery of the shrink. Finalist. 2002.
* Jack Webster Foundation Award.
Science and Technology.
A column exploring the relationship between science and religion. Finalist. 2002.
* Jack Webster Foundation Award.
Special writing.
Article about a Christian liar who claims to be a \"Jesus rock athlete. ” Co-finalist. 2000.
* Templeton religious academy of the year award.
Finalists, Denver, 1998.
* Jack Webster Foundation Award.
Special writing.
Reports of Pope John Paul\'s visit to Cuba. Finalist, 1998. * Jack Webster (Barry Lando)
Foundation Award
Scientific writing.
An article on the ethical issues of new reproductive technologies. Finalist, 1996.
* Jack Webster Foundation Award.
Special writing.
Article on the repatriation of indigenous Indian religious relics. Finalist, 1996. * B. C.
Paper Awards. Arts Writing.
Liu Evelyn, a former prostitute-born poet, has a mental outlook. Finalist, 1996. * B. C.
Paper Awards.
Special writing.
Introduction by Sylvia Russell, president of the Vancouver Food Bank. Finalist, 1996. * B. C.
Paper Awards.
Writing opinions.
Against the tax uprisingFinalist, 1996.
* Templeton religious academy of the year award. (
According to five articles, award top religious journalists from secular newspapers or magazines in North America). Finalist, 1995. * James O.
Chicago soft award. (
According to 10 articles, award top religious featured writers in secular newspapers or magazines in North America. )Finalist, 1993.
* Jack Webster Foundation Award. News.
Story about the church
Boarding schools and Catholic bishops who have children illegally. Finalist, 1993. * B. C.
Paper Awards.
Best Writing Award for Stewart Kitt.
The spiritual archives of Haida artist Bill Reid. Finalist, 1993. * James O. Supple Award. (
According to 10 articles, it was awarded to the top religious writers of the North American secular press. )Finalist, 1992. * B. C.
Paper Awards.
Special items.
For the soul of the North, this is a series about the spirit of the Arctic. Finalist, 1992. * B. C.
Paper Awards.
Special items.
A series of contributions to the Gulf War. Finalist, 1991. * Jack Webster (Barry Lando)
Foundation Award
Scientific writing.
Explore the connection between science and religion. Finalist, 1991. * B. C.
Paper Awards. Commentary.
Column on conflict of interest. Finalist, 1991.
* Jack Webster Foundation Award.
Annual headlines on television, radio or newspapers.
A series of reports on sexual abuse by priestsFinalist, 1990. * B. C.
Paper Awards. Commentary.
An article on how free trade will affect Canadian culture. Finalist, 1989.
* Roland michena award in Toronto.
Donate money to the Vancouver immigration Sun series. Co-finalist, 1989.
* Jack Webster Foundation Award.
A parcel of spiritual division
Best print or broadcast story finalist of the year, 1987.
* Magazine Award, 2009 won the silver prize in the category \"body, spirit and spirit\", which reviews books published independently in North America.
Todd\'s book has been well received in many other publications.
School of Humanities, Jack and Doris sharbolt, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, 2006
The one-month fellowship enabled Todd to teach, deliver public speeches, and organize a seminar on the spirit and landscape of the Pacific Northwest.
This led to the publication of Todd\'s editor in 2008.
He continued to serve on several SFU advisory committees, including the chairman of Simmons\'s visit to international law and human security.
Sheldon Chu Mill media researcher
CALGARY, Alberta, 2002
The month research funding from the Shelden Chumir Foundation led to a major report and newspaper series on the subject: \"What should the public of religion face in a healthy society?
\"Gralla fellowship programme;
Boston, Massachusetts, 2002 was selected as an intensive program for Jewish Studies at Brandeis University.
Knight Center researcher
University of Maryland Park, 1999 people were selected to participate in the North American religious trend enhancement program sponsored by the University of Maryland Knight professional news center.
Canadian Commission grant, Ottawa, 1994, to study the spiritual and moral beliefs of major creative artists, including atheists and agnostic.
Travel grants lead to the creation of the book, the brave soul: writers and artists fighting with God, love, death and important things (Stoddart).
Claremont co-Excellence Film Festival, California-Canadian church journalism awards from 2013 to 2015-2005, 2006, 2009, 2010 and 2011 ethical for action (B. C. )
-Vancouver, 1999-2003C.
Full 1983-present
Time migration, diversity, ethics and diversity columnist/writer.
It is often reproduced in newspapers across Canada, including national postal and postal Media newspapers.
As a featured writer, entertainment writer, senior-
Education reporter, assistant city editor, general task reporter, editor-in-charge of TV time magazine.
*, Washington, D. C. C.
1995-2008 ordinary journalists who produce religious news stories and features published in major parts of the United StatesS.
Newspapers and International Journal of Religious News.
*, Montreal, Quebec, regular contributions 2005-2010.
Focus on issues related to emotional health and psychology. * .
The Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, Vancouver Magazine, Global Mail and other publications have featured 1980 freelance articles. C.
Business magazine, Toronto Star, Brisbane Express
Mail and many other newspapers and magazines.
* New Westminster, B. C. 1980 – 1983.
Former world editor, assistant city editor and interview reporter for Vancouver DailyC.
Politics, Labor and courts.
\"The future of Asian diversity and religious news coverage.
Group discussion jointly organized by IARJ and the Multimedia University of Nusantara.
JAKARTA, Indonesia.
October 19, 2017.
\"Immigration and Multicultural from a news perspective.
\"Speech at the 19-nation Metropolitan Conference at Sheraton Montreal, Quebec.
March 18, 2017 conversation with Sarah Shulman, author of the book conflict is not abuse.
Vancouver Writers Festival Vancouver CBC building. Jan. 19, 2017.
Open dialogue with American philosopher John Cobb. St.
Wesley United Church, Andrew, Vancouver, July 14, 2016.
Conversation with James Hogan, author of \"I\'m right, you\'re an idiot: toxic state of public discourse.
Djavad Mowafaghian cinema, Vancouver gold company arts center. May 25, 2016.
\"Five things to learn about immigration trends in Canada.
Speech at the Vine group at Arbutus Club Vancouver. Feb. 24, 2016.
\"There are twelve things to celebrate about the creative \'middle line.
\"Keynote speech, main discovery, Metropolitan Church, Victoria, B. C. Jan.
23. 2016 \"urban agenda for diversity and inclusion.
Members of the joint group
Sponsored by the Canadian race relations Foundation and the Laurier college of Vancouver City.
UBC Robson Place, Vancouver. Jan. 19 2016.
\"Secularism in Canada.
\"Panel members of our entire society: bridging religion --
The secular division of B UniversityC.
On March 24, 2015, Robson Square in Vancouver spoke to British writer Karen Armstrong about her book Blood field.
Simon Fraser University Theatre, Vancouver. Nov.
Dynamics of religious competition in Latin America. ” Panelist.
Rio Templeton Foundation conference in Brazil.
October 20, 2013 \"tells a compelling religious story.
Member of the International Assoc team.
Brazilian religious journalist Belo o\'ristant. Oct.
16, 13 \"The pros and cons of identity politics.
Group member of university B. C.
City Center campusApril, 2013.
\"Religious and news media.
At McGill University in Montreal, May 27, 2013, \"Bridging the secular divide: the Conference on Religion and Public Discourse in Canada\", panelists, the film Buddha, directed by David Grosin. ” Panelist.
July 27, 2013, Vancouver, International Buddhist Film Festival, mental illness.
Talk to the kettle Association fundraising party.
Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver. May 29, 2013.
\"Politics, Religion and competition around the world\", Columbia University, New York City news graduate program, panelists.
2012 \"establish a global association of religious journalists.
Members of the international press center group (ICFJ)conference.
The Rockefeller Foundation, Bellagio, Italy, 2012.
Todd has interviewed more than 150 times on television, radio and newspapers.
He often takes part in radio talk shows in Vancouver.
His appearances in international and national radio media include: BBC Radio, the world of CBC television news, national television worldwide, BC Global Television, Moral disagreement on Moral radio, tapestries on CBC Radio, CBC Radio midday, CKNW Linda Stelle, chbc TV in Hamilton, CKLW in Windsor, Fannie Mae Kiefer, CFAX in Victoria, AM 640 in Toronto, Radio CJOB in Winnipeg, rafe Mair program in Vancouver, CFRB in Toronto, CKGL radio in kidina, Art Express in Alberta, Bill good show and skylight for visual TV and many other stations.
He was interviewed, and other publications. * , B. C.
Graduated from accelerated journalism, 1980.
Received media from Canada (Scott Schill)
The highest-scoring California graduating class award. Post-
Graduate student in religious philosophy, 1978.
Editor of philosophy communications.
Graduated with a bachelor\'s degree in world religious arts, 1977.
Receive a provincial scholarship and receive university funding to write an introductory book on education in the B. Religious CommunityC.
Dr. Honour divinity, \"in recognition of Douglas Todd\'s outstanding contributions in the field of spiritual and religious-themed journalism. ” May, 2013.
Carpenter/furniture manufacturer.
Passenger train Porter
Professional actorsCo-
Founder of the Vancouver bicycle network group.
Member of the Vancouver City Hall Bicycle Network Advisory Committee. Co-
Founder of the Kitsilano Community Association.
Coach and manager of the youth football team.
Film, books and photography.
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