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Class Notes Winter 2002

By Staff

(March 15, 2002) — What are alumni doing now?


Class Notes Winter 1999

By Carie Reeves

(March 20, 1999) — What are alumni doing now?


Pease at Home on the Range in Utah

By Julianne Fogel

(June 10, 1995) — Last summer Ted Pease (Ph.D 91) left the skyscrapers of the Big Apple and his position as associate director of the Freedom Forum Media Studies Center for the red clay of Utah where he is now the head of Utah States Department of Communication.


The Ohio Journalist – J-school “excellence” attracts $2.15 million for endowment, equipment, visiting professionals

By Ted Pease

(August 17, 1991) — The State of Ohio, a grateful alumnae and the Scripps Howard Foundation combined in 1990-91 to award the school’s continuing excellence with more than $2.15 million in funding from programs.


Lambert’s Speed Week warped affected generations of J-Grads

By Ted Pease

(August 17, 1991) — An entirely cursory review of The Ohio Journalist lore reveals that rarely- no, let’s say never-never in the newsletter’s history has an article elicited the kind of response that Don Lambert’s report (TOJ 14:1) on the continuing death of Stephen Wasielewski did.


OU honors faculty member, journalism grad students

By Staff

(August 17, 1991) — The journalism school collected three campus-wide graduate-level awards as the 1991 academic year closed, with one faculty member and two grad students recognized as among OU’s most “outstanding.”


Westfall – Iowa barnyard to literary big-time

By Ted Pease

(December 1, 1989) — Assistant Professor Patricia Westfall, who teaches magazine courses at Scripps and is a regular magazine freelancer, made it to the literary big-time last fall when her new book, Real Farm: Encounters with Perception, hit the bookstores and the pages of the New York Times book review.


J-School initiates programs aimed at industry diversity

By Staff

(August 20, 1988) — The E.W. Scripps School of Journalism has started work on various initiatives aimed at improving ethnic and racial diversity in the newspaper business.


Graduate Student Activities Fall 1987

By Staff

(November 25, 1987) — What are the graduate students doing?


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