Ohio Journalist

1973-74

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:


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.


'Extended Learning' Offered by J-School

By Staff

(June 8, 1974) — A method for working press photographers and other newsmen to earn college credit without leaving their jobs was launched this year by Charles Scott, the J-School's photojournalism teacher, working through the university's Extended Learning Program.


New Faculty 1974

By Staff

(June 8, 1974) — Three new assistant professors joined the journalism faculty in September.


Sargent Aids UNESCO in Caribbean Area

By Staff

(June 8, 1974) — Dr. Leslie Sargent will return to the West Indies in July to continue the work he began a year ago as a UNESCO mass media consultant.


Athens Magazine

By Staff

(June 8, 1974) — The spring issue of Athens Magazine features a look at Paul Newman, Ohio University's "legendary dropout," sketches of Athens by a local artist, a tour of the home of President and Mrs. Claude R. Sowle, and a profile of an O.U. student who was a member of the 1972 Olympic track team for Canada.


Communication Week Schedule Set

By Staff

(June 8, 1974) — The Ohio University School of Journalism's highest honor -- the Carr Van Anda Award -- will be presented to three of the nation's leading journalists during Communication Week 1973.


Students Win Awards

By Staff

(June 8, 1974) — Members of the Ohio University chapter of Sigma Delta Chi too five of ten first place awards in recent regional Mark of Excellence competition in Pittsburgh, and one received a $1,000 first prize in the William Randolph Hearst Foundation's national contest for photojournalism.


Stanton Honored

By Staff

(June 8, 1974) — Dr. Frank Stanton, who served 25 years as president of the Columbia Broadcasting System and recently retired as the network's chief operations officer, will open Communication Week 1973 with address at 11 a.m. May 7 in the Forum Theater of the Radio-TV Communication Building.


Alumni News Notes 1974

By Staff

(June 8, 1974) — What are alumni doing now?


Where are they? 1974

By Staff

(June 8, 1974) — Weve lost track of the following 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.


Whats New? 1974

By Staff

(June 8, 1974) — Let us know what youve been doing.


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