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PhD student Sally Ann Cruikshank takes top poster award at AEJMC

Sally Ann Cruikshank, a PhD student in the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, took top honors for her informational poster the August conference of the Association for Education in Journalism & Mass Communication in Chicago.

Cruikshank’s poster, “‘A Slogan of Mockery:’ Never Again and the Unnamed Genocide in Southern Sudan, 1989-2005,” was named best poster in the History Division of AEJMC.

posted in: AEJMC
August 30, 2012 | comments (0)

Two Undergrads Win AEJMC Awards

Two undergraduate students in the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University won two awards at the international writing contest at the 2011 national Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) convention.

This story is written by Xueying Luo, email: xl807310@ohio.edu

posted in: AEJMC, Foreign Correspondence, IIJ, International Writing Contest
June 12, 2011 | comments (0)

Two SUSI scholars will present research papers at AEJMC National Convention

For the first time, Dr. Yusuf Kalyango, the director of the Institute for International Journalism , encouraged all of the scholars to submit original research papers to the conference. Drs. Anne Cooper-Chen, Guido Stempel and Yusuf Kalyango as well as doctoral student Ed Simpson edited eight research papers in March.

These staff members had three weeks to edit each paper and provide the proper feedback to the author in order for the author to make the appropriate corrections before the April 1 deadline. After reading and editing those papers, they advised two scholars not to submit to the conference. Therefore, three of the six papers submitted were accepted for presentation.

posted in: AEJMC, Conference, IIJ, Research Papers, SUSI 2011, SUSI Scholar, susinews
May 24, 2011 | comments (0)

Scripps Students to Present 14 Research Papers at AEJMC

Graduate students in the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism have had a banner year for research, placing 14 sole-authored or co-authored papers on the program of the annual confernence of the Association for Education in Journalism & Mass Communication.

The papers underwent double-blind review, competing successfully against the work of not only other universities’ graduate students, but also papers written by university professors throughout the world.

posted in: AEJMC, grad students
May 20, 2011 | comments (0)

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