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Hortin Award Nominations Welcome

By Staff

(November 23, 1999) — Do you know a journalism graduate whom you would like to nominate for the L.J. Hortin Distinguished Alumnus (or Alumna) Award?

OU students get inside look at international media

By Susan Smith

(March 1, 1993) — What may sound like the itinerary for a European vacation was instead an unparalleled learning experience for 12 OU journalism students.

OU Students on World Media Tour

By Christine Goodwin

(June 13, 1992) — Several students from the school of Journalism had the chance to experience international media first hand this past winter break, as Dr. Ralph Kliesch led them on the Communications Capitals of the World Study Tour.

The Ohio Journalist – Communication Week 1988

By Staff

(August 20, 1988) — The theme for this years Communication Week from April 25-29 was Our Alumni: Communicating With Pride.

Guest Speakers Enrich Classes

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — Each quarter teachers invite guests to speak to their classes and advisors of student organizations ask guest speakers to present programs at the meetings of the organizations.

Faculty Does More Than Teach

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — Members of the faculty of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism consider teaching their primary responsibility.

Dr. Ralph Kliesch Retires

By Sue Angel

(August 24, 1985) — Ive been involved with this university for 33 years, said Ralph E. Kliesch, who will be retiring in June.

Kliesch Extends Stay in Malaysia

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — Ralph Kliesch, whose field of specialization includes international journalism, is getting a first hand look at the problems and challenges of international communications.

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.

Russell Baird Retires

By Staff

(August 1, 1981) — After 30 years of helping thousands of Ohio University journalism students grow and prosper, Russell Baird is doing the same with Christmas trees.

Faculty Votes Tougher Standard For Admission

By Katie Foley

(August 1, 1981) — With a startling 35 percent increase in enrollment during the last five years, students in the School of Journalism have faced closeouts in the required courses and overcrowding in the classroom.

Program Began in 1970

By Dee Dodds

(August 1, 1980) — Foreign Internship Competition Intensifies

Kliesch Acting Head

By Staff

(August 1, 1980) — Director Search Continues

Faculty Notes 1980

By Staff

(June 7, 1980) — Ralph E. Kliesch has been named by the East-West Center in Hawaii to participate in its month-long 1979 Advanced Summer Seminar on International Communication Policy and Organizations.

Ohio, Australia Trade Faculty

By Staff

(June 12, 1976) — The School of Journalism’s “Australian connection” expanded this year with an exchange of professors for the winter and spring quarters.

Faculty Notes 1976

By Staff

(June 12, 1976) — Ralph E. Kliesch and his family will leave for Ghana late this summer.

Dean Visits Malaysia

By Staff

(June 7, 1975) — Liaison between the School of Journalism and the Mara Institute of Technology in Malaysia continued last summer when Dean John R. Wilhelm of the College of Communication spent seven weeks advising Mara on its school of Mass Communication.

Kliesch Returns from Australia

By Staff

(June 8, 1974) — Australia and the United States are far less similar than most people think, according to Dr. Ralph E. Kliesch, who returned to Athens in December after a year and a half on leave of Athens.


By Staff

(June 12, 1971) — Eight members of the school of Journalism faculty attended the Association for Education in Journalism at Berkley in August.

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