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Instrumental Mentor

BY Rachel Sheehy | Photos by Eli Hiller

(December 1, 2015) — Pam Shoemaker receives the Guido H. Stempel III Award for Research in Journalism and Mass Communication.


Name, Tag, Learn

By Rachel Sheehy

(December 1, 2015) — Alumna finds meaning from digitizing Ohio Journalist archive.


In Press

By Staff

(August 29, 2008) — Publications and presentations by faculty members of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism


E.W. Scripps alumna honored as Teacher of the Year

By Staff

(August 29, 2008) — For the third time in five years, an E.W. Scripps Ph.D graduate has brought honor and distinction to the school by winning the Journalism Teacher of the Year Award.


Two honored for service to AEJMC

By Staff

(August 25, 2006) — Two Scripps professors were honored last August for their long service to the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communications, the nation’s largest organization for journalism professors.


Surveying success

By Adrienne Gavula

(November 25, 2003) — Scripps Research Center takes the pulse of the nation


Guido Stempel to be Honored

By Staff

(March 16, 1996) — Mary May 17 on your calendar for a trip to Athens to help the school celebrate the accomplishments of one of its most distinguished and long-serving faculty members.


Faculty & School Briefs 1995

By Gretchen Joos

(March 18, 1995) — Professor Michael Bugeja received the Ohio Poetry Day Associations poet of the year award for his recently published book titled After Oz.


Guido Stempel: a truly distinguished professor

By Kristen Ziegler

(November 23, 1994) — Ohio University first came to know Guido H. Stempel III in 1965.


The Ohio Journalist — Graduate does time for refusing to testify

By Lisa Abraham

(March 19, 1994) — Until last October, the most action my journalism books saw since I left Ohio University was being packed and unpacked into moving cartons.


Around the country and up the corporate ladder

By Joe Thompson

(December 1, 1992) — Dan Bauer, a 1971 J-School graduate, has recently accepted a position as Senior Vice President of Marketing and Sales with CIRRUS/MasterCard


Distinguished Service in Research

By Staff

(December 1, 1989) — Dr. Guido H. Stempel III, distinguished professor of journalism and director of the Bush Research Center in the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, receives the Eleanor Blum Award for Distinguished Service in Research.


Stempel assesses alumni readership

By Staff

(March 18, 1989) — A readership study of Ohio University Today indicated high reader interest in the alumni publications coverage of campus activities and alumni news.


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.


The Ohio Journalist — Scripps Hall Now Home for OU Journalists

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — Stempel Says Facility Finest in Country


Stemple Consultant

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — Dr. Guido H. Stemple III, distinguished professor of journalism, will serve as consultant to the Ohio Newspaper Foundation for a statewide survey this Fall.


Interdisciplinary Group Forms Political Communication Unit

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — Dr. Guido H. Stempel III, distinguished professor of journalism, has been elected chairman of the Steering Committee of the newly-formed center for Political Communication.


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.


Search Underway

By Staff

(March 22, 1986) — A committee has been appointed to conduct a national search for a successor to Cortland Anderson as the director of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism.


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.


Faculty Activities Summer 1985

Compiled by John Cramer

(August 24, 1985) — Guido H. Stempel III, in his 13th year as editor of Journalism Quarterly, continued to do research with Hugh Culbertson.


Faculty Elected to National Posts

By Staff

(November 21, 1984) — Four members of the School of Journalism faculty were elected to positions at national convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication August 5-8 in Gainesville, Fla.


OUs Highest Honor

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — Guido Stempel Becomes Distinguished Professor


Scholarships, Gifts Total $80 Thousand

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — Students will receive more than $80,000 in scholarships and awards for the next academic year, including $13,000 from the Scripps-Howard Foundation.


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.


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.


Kliesch Acting Head

By Staff

(August 1, 1980) — Director Search Continues


Journ-Alumnus-Stempel to Head Research; Baker named acting Director

By Staff
Photo by Joe Patronite

(June 7, 1980) — Guido H. Stempel III, director of the School of Journalism since 1972, will leave that post July 1 to become director of the newly created Bush Endowment for Journalism Research.


Journalism Leads in Enrollment

By Staff

(June 7, 1980) — The School of Journalism will once again have the largest number of freshman of any program on campus this fall.


Enrollment Still Rising

By Staff

(June 9, 1979) — The School of Journalism’s enrollment, which increased by 95 students to a total of 817 this year, is expected in increase again next year, according to Dr. Guido Stempel, director of the school.


JournAlumnus- Electronic News Processing System Installed in Journalism School

By Staff

(June 11, 1977) — A $100,000 model electronic news processing system, similar to those now being established in newspapers throughout the country, has been installed in Lasher Hall.


Alumni Help Sought in Fund Drive

By Staff

(June 7, 1975) — The School of Journalism is hoping to raise more than $70,000 to put modern editing, composition and production equipment in Lasher Hall.


Lab Paper Vetoed

By Staff

(June 7, 1975) — Study of the possibility of establishing a laboratory newspaper at Ohio University concluded earlier this school year with a decision not to do so.


Nye Sweeps Photojournalism Awards

By Staff

(June 7, 1975) — Charlie Nye, senior from Dayton, swept a number of photojournalism awards last spring.


JournAlumnus – Move to Lasher Hall Planned

By Staff

(June 8, 1974) — School of Journalism operations will be suitably centralized for the first time in a decade when the school moves into George Starr Lasher Hall Next Year.


Letter to Journalism Alumni Regarding Move to Lasher

By Staff

(June 8, 1974) — Dear Journalism Alumni:


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.


JournAlumnus-Stempel Named New J-Director

By Staff

(June 9, 1973) — Dr. Guido Stempel III has been named director of the School of Journalism effective July 1.


FACULTY PRESENT PAPERS TO AEJ

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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