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Former Emeritus Professor of Journalism Dies

By Staff

(March 21, 1998) — Norman H. Dohn of Westerville, professor emeritus of journalism at Ohio University, died on Nov. 26, 1997, at St. Anns Hospital, Westerville, after a three-month battle with lymphoma.

Communication Week in Review

By Staff

(August 20, 1988) — Clockwise: Norman Dohn, professor of journalism, is awarded the distinguished University Chair from the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at the Annual Awards Banquet.

Dohn retires after 20 years

By Doug Onley

(March 18, 1988) — Norman H. Dohn, who has taught government and mass communications courses in the school of journalism for 20 years, retired at the end of the fall quarter.

Dr. Ralph Izard Becomes Schools Sixth Director

By Norman H. Dohn

(November 26, 1986) — In the summer of 1968, a young West Virginian who had forsaken newspapering for journalism education, was putting the finishing touches on his doctoral dissertation.


By Norman H. Dohn

(November 26, 1986) — Were in Good Hands

Secretary of E. W. Scripps Recalls Life with Publisher

By Norman H. Dohn

(November 26, 1986) — E.W. would have liked it.

Grad Develops Electronic Medical Payment System

By Norman H. Dohn

(November 26, 1986) — When Bill Davis. 69, was a student he created The Grapevine, a campus-wide polling service to reflect and express student opinion.

Retires as VFW Editor

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — With the December 1985 issue of The Ohio VFW News, Dr. Norman H. Dohn retired as its editor after 27 years.

Cortland Anderson Leaves Rich Legacy

By Norman H. Dohn

(March 22, 1986) — Twice in the past I told you I was retiring as editor of this publication.

Otterbein Headed By OU J-Alumnus

By Norman Dohn

(November 21, 1984) — C. Brent DeVore, who earned a degree in journalism from Ohio University in 1962 with an emphasis in public relations, says I dont think I could have had a better education for being a college president in the 1980s.

Swan Song

By Norman H. Dohn

(August 1, 1983) — Last year, I told you the 1982 Ohio Journalist was my last as editor.

Heres What Faculty Has Been Doing

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — Ralph Izard put a lot of time into organizing a court-reporting seminar and First Amendment congress held on campus during the spring.

The Ohio Journalist Former Washington Post VP

By Norman H. Dohn

(August 1, 1981) — Anderson Becomes Fifth Director

J-School Faculty Augment Teaching

By Katie Foley

(August 1, 1981) — Keeping with longstanding tradition, School of Journalism faculty members were busy this past year.

Hopes for Improvement

By John R. Stallard

(August 1, 1981) — Have received and read you The Ohio Journalist which I presume was sent to graduates of the Ohio University School of Journalism.

SPJ/SDX Campus Chapter Best in Region Four

By Staff

(August 1, 1980) — The campus chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, Sigma Delta Chi, was named the outstanding chapter in Region Four at the regional convention in Pittsburgh.

Faculty Notes 1974

By Staff

(June 8, 1974) — ROBERT BAKER is one of 10 faculty members at the university named University Professors for the next academic year.

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