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IIJ Visit to Istanbul and Eskisehir in Turkey

Kalyango was in Istanbul to attend the 2011 annual conference of the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR). During the second week of the SUSI 2011 program, Kalyango traveled to Istanbul give a research talk at the conference.

Anadolu University- a world class university

posted in: Anadolu University, IIJ, Istanbul, SUSI 2011, Turkey
July 20, 2011 | comments (0)

2011 Grammar/Social Media ‘bootcamp’

Our first-ever Society of Alumni and Friends “bootcamp” brought more than two dozen alumni back to campus last weekend to hone their grammar chops and update their social media skills.

None other than Prof. Emeritus Dru Evarts conducted the grammar session, and 2010 alumnus Ryan Lytle of U.S. News & World Report presented the branding workshop that he gave to our seniors at the most recent Senior Saturday.

posted in: alumni, bootcamp, scrippsjschool
July 16, 2011 | comments (0)

Cheng returns from visiting professorship in Japan

The timing of Prof. Hong Cheng’s visiting professorship to Chubu, Japan couldn’t have been more remarkable.

Even before the devastating earthquake and tsunami hit the island nation earlier this year, Prof. Cheng was making plans to head to Japan for spring quarter to do research and give guest lectures.

July 15, 2011 | comments (0)

2011 SUSI scholars come from far and wide

This year’s 17 “Study of the U.S. Institute” scholars hail from nearly every continent on the globe.

This is the second year of what we hope will be (at least) a three-summer program of hosting journalism educators from around the world.

July 14, 2011 | comments (0)

IIJ Delegation at Health & Development Comm. Conference in Kenya

In order to improve health communication in Africa, several institutions, including the Institute for International Journalism (IIJ) at Ohio University, organized the 2011 International Health and Development Communication Conference in Nairobi, Kenya. The IIJ delegation held training workshops and presentations at the conference.

Given the inconsistency between the generation and dissemination of health information, the conference aims to provide an efficient collaboration between health practitioners, both those who have experience in health and journalism and those who have the ability to disseminate that expertise.

posted in: Conference, Development, Health, IIJ, Kenya
July 7, 2011 | comments (0)

Interns get bylines in major pubs

So far this summer we’ve had two JSchool students getting bylines in major publications.

A story about flooding in Colombia, written by Adam Liebendorfer, recently was published in the Washington Post. Liebendorfer is one of this year’s John R. Wilhelm Foreign Correspondence Program interns.

July 6, 2011 | comments (0)

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