Ohio Journalist

Ohio Journalist 1980-81

1980-81 Post Editor

By Staff

(August 1, 1980) — Scott Stephens, Ashville, N.C., has been names editor of The Post for the 1980-81 academic year.


Assistant Director

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(August 1, 1980) — Ray Laakaniemi, who holds a masters and Ph.D. degrees from Ohio University, is the assistant director of the School of Journalism at Bowling Green State University.


The Ohio Journalist — New Equipment Doubles Capacity of Graphics Lab

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(August 1, 1980) — Word processing equipment that will modernize and double the capacity of the existing system in the School of Journalism's graphics laboratory has been approved for funding in the amount of $52,400 through the 1804 Endowment Fund.


Cleveland Clinic

By Staff

(August 1, 1980) — Edward W. Ellis, is a member of the Cleveland Clinic Staff.


The Ohio Journalist — Pulitzer Prize Winner

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(August 1, 1980) — Gapp Focuses of Cities


Named Food Editor

By Staff

(August 1, 1980) — Alice Miller has been named food and nutrition editor at Forecast Magazine.


The Ohio Journalist — Enrollment Tops 1000 in 1979-80

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(August 1, 1980) — The 1979-80 academic year marked a significant milestone in the history of the school of Journalism as enrollment exceeded 1000 for the first time.


Earns Doctorates

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(August 1, 1980) — Harry Kennedy, Wichita State University, and George Arnold, Marshall University, were awarded doctorates in mass communication with emphasis in journalism at the June commencement.


J-School Faculty Have Interests Outside Classroom

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(August 1, 1980) — School of Journalism faculty members keep busy writing books, conducting research, delivering papers, continuing their education and advancing their professional knowledge.


Three Added to J-Faculty

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(August 1, 1980) — The School of Journalism faculty was strengthened during the past year with the addition of three new members, all of whom have had extensive media experience.


Former Posties Keep in Touch in Washington

By Rachel Long

(August 1, 1980) — At Ohio University they met for business, now they meet for pleasure.


SPJ/SDX Campus Chapter Best in Region Four

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(August 1, 1980) — The campus chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, Sigma Delta Chi, was named the outstanding chapter in Region Four at the regional convention in Pittsburgh.


Wilhelm Honors Justly Deserved

By Staff

(August 1, 1980) — John Wilhelm fought the good fight — and won.


Bob Baker Serves Well

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(August 1, 1980) — "If I stepped on anyone's toes, I'm not going to apologize. Because if I did," said Prof. Bob Baker as he ended the last faculty meeting as acting director of the School of Journalism, "I didn't intend to."


Journalism Background Helps in Law, Politics

By Staff

(August 1, 1980) — When David Cain covered Columbus city government for The Columbus Dispatch, he never thought one day he would be a part of it.


Robert Pifer Elected Director of Chamber

By Staff

(August 1, 1980) — Robert Pifer, 48, publisher of The Sandusky Register, is one of seven new directors of the Sandusky Area Chamber of Commerce.


Brasch at Bloomsburg

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(August 1, 1980) — Walter Brasch, Ph. D., is an assistant professor of English at Bloomsburg State College in Pennsylvania.


Editor-in-Chief

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(August 1, 1980) — Georgia (Gregg) Smith, w-55, is the editor-in-chief for MacMillan Publishers, New York.


OU Senior Wins $1000 RTNDA Award

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(August 1, 1980) — Elizabeth Cwikowski, Kettering, has been awarded a $1,000 national foundation scholarship by the Radio and Television News Directors Association.


Recent Grads Find Florida Attractive

By Staff

(August 1, 1980) — For several recent journalism graduates, life after Athens has meant going south to Florida.


Wilhelm Works for N.Y. Times in Chicago

By Staff

(August 1, 1980) — Charles (Skip) Wilhelm, 75, is one of three circulation specialists responsible for the distribution of the news edition of The New York Times printed in Chicago.


Lady with a Heart

By Staff

(August 1, 1980) — Dizzy Hazlett Retires


Journalism Helpful Political Training

By Becky Barrow

(August 1, 1980) — Several OU graduates have discovered their training in journalism is helpful to them in politics.


Flashes from the Classes August 1980

By Staff

(August 1, 1980) — What are alumni doing now?


Help Promote Ohio

By Staff

(August 1, 1980) — Ken Drum, '62, and Mary Dohn, '72, hold key positions in the Ohio Department of Economic and Community Development.


Profs Sticklers for Accuracy

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(August 1, 1980) — Judith Hemmel, 73, assigned to the publishers office of Sports Illustrated, recalled her OU training in responding to a letter written to the magazine by Dr. Arthur Savage of the RTV faculty.


Graduates Provide Common Divisor

By Staff

(August 1, 1980) — Dannon Yogurt, Firestone Tires, Cheerios and Columbia natural gas have a common denominator besides being popular products.


First Female Graduate Teaches at Kent State

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(August 1, 1980) — "I always wanted to write," says Ludel B. Sauvageot, Ohio University's first female graduate in journalism.


Program Attracts Out-of-Staters

By Staff

(August 1, 1980) — Vis Com Students Trained for Broad Range of Jobs


Chuck Scott Tops in Profession

By Staff

(August 1, 1980) — Charles Scott is a professor of journalism and director of the Institute of Visual Communication.


90 Grads Work in New York Media Jobs

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(August 1, 1980) — An estimated 90 Ohio University graduates are working in media-related jobs in the New York City area.


Program Began in 1970

By Dee Dodds

(August 1, 1980) — Foreign Internship Competition Intensifies


L.J. Hortons Idea

By Staff

(August 1, 1980) — Internship Program Began in 1952


Communication Week 1980

By Staff

(August 1, 1980) — Planning Begins for Next Year


OU Student is Photographer of Year in Ohio

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(August 1, 1980) — For the third year in a row, an Ohio University student or recent graduate has been named Ohio News Photographer of the Year by the Ohio News Photographers Association.


Cable TV Debuts

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(August 1, 1980) — Broadcast news students are getting hands on experience by producing a 15-minute newscast, Monday-Friday, on Cable Channel 7.


Kliesch Acting Head

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(August 1, 1980) — Director Search Continues


56 Graduate to Teach Advertising

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(August 1, 1980) — A former long-time Athens resident, Robert J. Richardson, is returning this fall to join the faculty of the School of Journalism as an assistant professor.


Teaches at Charlotte

By Staff

(August 1, 1980) — John B. Wildman, MS, a staff member of The Charlotte News, will be teaching basis news writing and editing at the Charlotte branch of the University of North Carolina.


Named President of Publishing Co.

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(August 1, 1980) — Thomas A. Wolf, who holds a bachelors degree in business administration from Ohio University, has been named president of Hudson Publishing Co., a division of Litton Industries.


Moves to Hartford

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(August 1, 1980) — William C. Peeper, 66, is president of the Hartford Convention and Visitors Bureau.


Silk Named Publisher

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(August 1, 1980) — J. Wesley Silk, who earned a bachelors degree in commerce in 1948, has been promoted from advertising sales director to publisher of Better Homes and Gardens.


Fair Receives Adviser Award

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(August 1, 1980) — Charles Fair, Ph. D. 79, associate professor of journalism, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, won a national SPJ-SDX Distinguished Campus Advisor award.


Jesse Rotman Named New York Manager

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(August 1, 1980) — Jesse L. Rotman, 70, executive vice president of Harshe-Rotman & Druck, Inc., international public relations firm, has been named general manager of the New York Office.


Managing Editor

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(August 1, 1980) — Leslie Shelley, 47, has been named managing editor of the Columbus Dispatch.


Rieland Becomes Pittsburgh Editor

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(August 1, 1980) — Randy Rieland, 73, has been named editor-in-chief of Pittsburgh Magazine.


Ford Promotes Jerry Sloan 59

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(August 1, 1980) — Jerry L. Sloan, 59, has been appointed director of the Corporate Information Office of the Ford Motor Co., Dearborn, Mich.


Works in Detroit

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(August 1, 1980) — Randall W. Bachman, 76, has joined Detroit Osteopathic Hospital Corp. as public affairs representative in its Department of Planning, Marketing and Communications.


Alumni to be Honored

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(August 1, 1980) — Wall of Fame Planned


'75 Grad Answers President's Mail

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(August 1, 1980) — If you write to President Carter, Dan Chew, '75, may answer your letter.


Bank Executive Studied at OU

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(August 1, 1980) — One of the nations most successful female bank executives credits much of her success to her experience at Ohio University where she said my professors really encouraged my enthusiasm.


Summarizes News for Carter

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(August 1, 1980) — Andrew Heil, 78, calls herself a workaholic but that is almost a requirement for her job.


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