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Public Presentation of JOUR 492 Course Work at the Eclipse Company Store

by Bernhard S. Debatin, Professor; Director of Tutorial Studies for Journalism

Localizing Environmental and Science Journalism in Southeast Ohio

On Thursday, June 11, from 1:00 to 5:00, the class “Environmental and Science Journalism” will present articles that were produced as final projects during this quarter, focusing on the effects of coal industry in Southeast Ohio. This public event, to which OU members and residents from the local communities are invited, will take place at the newly renovated Eclipse Company Store in The Plains (view map here). For an overview of the program, see here.

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June 8, 2009 | comments (0)

re: the Ad Club win

by Robert Stewart, Ph.D., Director; Professor

To provide some perspective on the Ad Club’s win in the National Student Advertising Competition I asked its founder, Prof. Tom Peters (Emeritus), for his thoughts.

I was a judge during the first year of the American Advertising Federation National Student

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June 9, 2008 | comments (0)

OU Ad Club wins District 5 competition

by Robert Stewart, Ph.D., Director; Professor

April 19 — Ohio University’s Advertising Association team won first place at the American Advertising Federation District 5 National Student Advertising Competition held in Lexington, KY.


Front (L to R): Michelle Haidet, Megan Kosicki, Ellen Cox, Liz Follet and Katelyn Mooney; Back (L to R): Laura Marczika, Prof. Hong Cheng, Ryan Dease, Laurel Wiencek, Lauren Miller, Prof. Craig Davis and Victor Rasgaitis.

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April 20, 2008 | comments (0)

by Robert Stewart, Ph.D., Director; Professor

Ryan Dease works in New York City in advertising. In an interview given during Homecoming 2010, Ryan discussed his position, his career goals, and gives tips to journalism students about preparing for the real world.

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