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A word from the Director

By Robert Stewart

(June 13, 2011) — This issue of the Ohio Journalist will focus on one of my goals as director: connecting alumni across the many generations


2011 Scripps Awards Banquet

By Sarah Maloy

(June 11, 2011) — Incoming students, undergraduates and graduate students were honored at this year’s banquet, where awards were given out based on merit, organizational involvement, interests and other academic accomplishments.


Director Hodson leaves big shoes to fill

Sarah Buelterman

(May 17, 2010) — After seven years as director, Tom Hodson reflects on his journey from student at Ohio University to director of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism.


Curriculum changes to give students more academic freedom

Megan Krause and Kelly Kettering

(May 14, 2010) — Ohio University’s 2012 change to semesters will bring E.W. Scripps School of Journalism students a new curriculum and a new building to call their home.


The symposium is sponsored by the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism and alumni R. Smith Schuneman and Patricia W. Schuneman.

2010 edition to cover symposium, new curriculum

By Bob Stewart, Editor
Associate Director for Undergraduate Studies

(March 31, 2010) — The 2010 edition of The Ohio Journalist will provide coverage of the Schuneman Symposium as well as plans for curriculum changes under semesters.


Scripps’ Changing Curriculum

By Brett Nuckles

(June 11, 2009) — In the world of journalism, times are changing.


Stewart interview

By Staff

(June 11, 2009) — Scripps


School Web site gets face-lift

By Cicely Gilbert

(August 29, 2008) — If you have not visited the E.W Scripps School of Journalism Web site recently, you might be pleasantly surprised by its top-to-bottom makeover.


Plugged into the future

By Sarah Bearce

(November 25, 2002) — Scripps School launches new Online Journalism Sequence


Stewart Takes Helm of Institute for International Journalism

By Mary Rinkoski

(November 19, 2001) — Settling into his new seat as director of the Institute for International Journalism (IIJ), Robert Stewart will now serve as the bridge between the Scripps community and the world.


The Ohio Journalist – Ohio Journalist Links Onto the Web

By Lisa Lanspery

(March 16, 1996) — Now the Ohio Journalist can be read in print and on the World Wide Web.


Ideas Worth Broadcasting: Bob Stewart

By M.J. Clark

(June 10, 1995) — The journalism schools commitment to doing it right is what first attracted Bob Stewart, associate professor, to Ohio University.


Faculty Notes Fall 1994

By Elizabeth Parks

(November 23, 1994) — Hugh Culbertson was awarded one of two Outstanding Tutor Awards at the Honors Tutorial College Commencement Reception in June.


Shoultz and Stewart at CNN in Atlanta.

By Staff

(June 10, 1989) — Bob Stewart (right), attending the CNN World Report Contributors conference, confers with Don Shoultz, who was working with CNN writing staff spring quarter.


Stewart takes on ACTV-7

By Nathan Dotson

(June 10, 1989) — Student reporters on the School of Journalisms ACTV-7 News have been facing new challenges since Assistant Professor Bob Stewart succeeded Don Shoultz as advisor.


Student reporters dig for library treasure

By Bob Stewart

(March 18, 1989) — Students in the news reporting courses are learning new skills this year.


Faculty Notes Winter 1989

By Staff

(March 18, 1989) — Professor Russell Baird has just completed work on the fifth edition of Magazine Editing & Production with J.W. Click (William C. Brown, publisher).


Faculty, grad students present papers at AEJMC

By Debbie Plum

(August 20, 1988) — Faculty and students from the School of Journalism will present eight papers at the annual convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication in July in Portland.


Bob Stewart Joins Broadcast Team

By Debbie Plum

(November 25, 1987) — Robert Stewart is the newest faculty member in the School of Journalisms broadcast news sequence.


Faculty Activities Fall 1987

By Staff

(November 25, 1987) — What are alumni doing now?


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