Ohio Journalist

Ohio Journalist 1982-83

The Ohio Journalist — OU Ranks Fifth Nationally in Journalism Enrollment

By Dru Riley Evarts

(August 1, 1982) — Ohio University ranked fifth in the nation in total number of students studying journalism, based on 1981 fall-quarter census figures, which showed 1/601 students enrolled in all journalism communication programs.


The Ohio Journalist — Scripps-Howard Gives $1.5 Million for Journalism

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — We're now the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism.


The Ohio Journalist — L.J. Named to Kentucky Hall of Fame

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — L.J. Hortin, School of Journalism Director from 1951 to 1967, has been named to the Journalism Hall of Fame of his native Kentucky, where he was involved in journalism even longer than he was in Ohio.


The Ohio Journalist — Suggestions Sought

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — Lasher to be memorialized


$3 Million Needed from State for Conversion of Carnegie

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — Before the former Carnegie Library building can be renovated to house the E.W. Scripps School of Journalis, the state will have to come up with about $3 million dollars.


Heads CBS Project

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — Henry Heilbrunn, '73, is editorial director, Venture One, a CBS unit formed to conduct the joint videotext field test that AT&T and CBS, Inc. will begin in late 1982.


E.W. Scripps The Man

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — Some of his biographers have created an image of E.W. Scripps as a farm boy sitting on a rail fence, contemplating the whole range of his ultimate purpose.


1804 Fund Grant to Be Used for Production Lab

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — A Print Media Production Laboratory will be added to the School of Journalism this fall, funded by a special grant from the 1804 Fund, which has approved a budget of nearly $20,000 to get the facility installed in the northeast corner room of the ground floor of Lasher Hall.


Faculty Busy with Writing and Research

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — In keeping with longstanding tradition, School of Journalism faculty members demonstrated during the past year they do much more than teach.


Shuffles off to Buffalo

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — Sandy Kozel, '74, co-anchors the morning drive news for Buffalo's WGR Radio and does part-time reporting for WGR-TV.


Six Alumni at Nationwide

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — Six Ohio University alumni, including four with journalism degrees, are engaged in communications work with the Columbus-based Nationwide Insurance organization.


Editorial 1982

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — E.W. Scripps Gift Begins New Era


Words From The Director

By Cortland Anderson

(August 1, 1982) — Dear Alumni and Friends: We hope you share our pride and happiness in the recent announcement of a $1.5 million contribution to the school from the Scripps-Howard Foundation.


Believes in Nuclear Energy

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — Has no qualms in handling PR for three mile island


'36 Grad Writes Book on Sailing

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — John Whiting. '36, has written You Can Sail for Hearst Books.


Sports Editor in New England

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — Bob Stern, '75, is sports editor for Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.


Inflight Magazine

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — Edward A. Mazzocco, '49, is editor-chief of Scanorama, the inflight magazine for Scandinavia Airlines.


Perseverance Pays Off for '80 Grad

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — Paul Rabb, '80, has some trouble finding a job, but now he says it was worth it.


West Coast Manager

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — Charles (Skip) Wilhelm, '76, is circulation manager, West Coast national edition of the New York Times, a new satellite edition for 15 states which began publishing in Torrance, Calif., in August.


Brasch Voted Teaching Award at Bloomsburg

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — Walter Brasch, Ph. D., '74, associate professor and director of the graduate program in communication at Bloomsburg (Pa.) State College, has been voted the college's Creative Teaching Award.


TV Reporter

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — Edward (Ned) McGrath, '73, is a reporter for WHAS-TV, Louisville, KY.


J-Schools Criticized

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — Sees prejudice against weeklies


Book Publishing Exciting Career

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — From her vantage point in the field of children's publishing, Debra Skiver, '79, says Ohio University School of Journalism — and journalism schools in general — give publishing a short shrift.


Couple Begins 8-Year Bicycle Tour of World

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — Declaring, "Most people just sigh and say, 'Gee, I wish I could do that," Roger Kalter, '73, began an eight-year around-the-world bicycling adventure May 1.


John Alden

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — Former Journalist Township Trustee


Journalism Helpful

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — Dentistry Their 'Beat'


Gives up Advertising to Become Typesetter

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — Barbara Batal, '65, Boston, is still working in journalism — but indirectly.


Mary McGarey Honored by PRSA

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — Mary McGarey, '42, forum page editor of the Columbus Dispatch, was named outstanding journalist of the year by the Central Ohio Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America for unbiased reporting, professional integrity and sensitivity.


Photojournalist

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — Ron Londen, '80, is a photojournalist with the San Bernardino (Calif) Sun.


Co-Anchors News In Kansas City

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — "I'm happy things worked out for me in Kansas City. I've always liked it here."


Says New Experience Good for PR Background

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — After working for the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. as public relations manager for its tire division for 13 1/2 years, David Harrison, '56, says working on a newspaper or for a wire service is a good background for a career in PR — good but not always necessary.


Flashes From Classes August 1982

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — What are alumni up to now?


Begins 21st Year in Columbus Radio

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — Bill Patterson, '62, news director of WTVN Radio, Columbus, is in his 21st year of reporting news to Central Ohio listeners.


Grad Correspondent for People Magazine

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — For most aspiring journalists, working for Time, Inc. is likely only a dream.


Newspaper Future Tied to Diversity

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — The key to the future of newspapers is diversity, says two Ohio University graduates who certainly ought to know.


New Career for Birds

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — You might say Bill Thompson's new career is for the birds.


Ex-Reporter Becomes Environmental Lawyer

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — "When I applied to law school, it was with the long-term intention of staying in the journalism field," says Kenneth Hoffman, '61, now an environmental lawyer in Tallahassee, Fla.


Joins Florida Publishing Firm

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — Deborah L. Reed-Beebe, '72, is an editorial publishing assistant at Nelson Associates, Nokomis, Fla., a company that publishes magazines for the electronics and the tool-and-die industries.


Vartorella Teaching at Virginia College

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — William Vartorella, Ph. D. '77, has completed three years on the faculty of Mary Baldwin College, Staunton, Va.


Represents Osteopathic Association

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — Jon Wills, '70, is executive director of the Ohio Osteopathic Association, where he has been employed since 1975.


Produces Program

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — Ted Jankowski, '76, works for station WILL in Urbana, Ill., where he is executive producers of the program "Growing Aware."


Elyria Newscaster

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — Beth Tillberg, '81, is a newscaster for WEOL-radio, Elyria, Ohio.


'Dent' Williams Receives Honor

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — Sumner 'Dent' Williams, '49, received the National Management Association Silver Knight of Management award, the highest individual award that a NMA chapter can give.


Convention Director in Orlando, Florida

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — William Peeper, '66, is the director of the Orlando/Orange County Convention Bureau, set to open March, 1983.


Teaches in Nevada

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — Ahmed Essa, '56, is an associate professor of English at the University of Nevada, Reno.


Weissman, Fennel Offer Proof

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — PR 'On Limits' for Women


Receives Recognition for Teaching

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — Duncan McDonald, '66, assistant professor of journalism at the University of Oregon's Ersted Award for Distinguished Teaching.


Alumni Hold Posts Abroad

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — Several alumni are serving abroad in various capacities.


Dick Bean 'Indispensable' to Graphics Laboratory

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — You might call Dick bean an indispensable man.


Employed By Bonwit-Teller

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — Matthew Rubel, '79, words for Bonwit-Teller, New York city.


Says Getting Out Story Press Secretary's Job

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — "The difference between working as a press secretary and working as a press reporter in that instead of trying to get a story, now I'm trying to get out of a story," observes Eric Rozenman, '69, press secretary for Columbus Congressman Bob Shamansky since the Congressman's election in 1980.


47 Students Awarded Foreign Internships

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — The number of interns who has participated in the School of Journalism's foreign correspondence internships has risen to 47.


Broadcast Critic

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — P.K. Bednarski, a former Post esitor, is with the Cincinnati Post's "Accent" sections as a radio-TV columnist.


Crites Advances at Mead Corp.

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — Susan Crites, 72, has been promoted to manager of government affairs programs for the Mead Corporation in Dayton.


Overseas Assignments Go to Four

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — Four students were selected for foreign correspondence internships by a committee headed by Professor John Wilhelm.


Paul Day Retires at Middletown

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — Paul J. Day, '39, closed out a 42-year career in journalism last December with his retirement as executive editor of the Middletown (Ohio) Journal.


Serves as President of National Society

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — William Taylor, MS '51, has been named president of the American Society of Assn. Executives (ASAE).


Transferrable Skills Learned in Journalism

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — Elinor Starr, MS, '58, still feels close to journalism even though she has not been part a part of it for 13 years.


Wins Playboy Award

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — Melody Sands, '77, received the Playboy Foundation's annual Hugh M. Hefner First Amendment Award for print journalism.


Selected from 1257 Others

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — Dry '82 Press Photographer


Try to Beat the Odds

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — Some Turn to Freelancing


Helitzer, Scott Named University Professors

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — Two faculty members have been named University Professors for 1982-83.


Named Spokesman for Archdiocese

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — Michael S. McGraw, '75, has been appointed director of Information Services and Public Affairs for the Archdiocese of Newark, N.J.


Cut Teeth at WOUB

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — Make Mark in Broadcasting


Speakers Discuss New Technology

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — The theme for the 14th annual Communication Week was "The Future, Communication and Technology."


School is Host to J-Educators

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — More than 750 persons attended the 65th annual convention of the Association for Education in Journalism at the Ohio University campus from July 25 through 28.


They Spend their Time Thinking About Food

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — Ben (Dick) Atkinson, Bette Justice, William Mace and Joseph Lichtenberg spend a lot more time than most persons think about food — not about eating it, but about promoting it.


Evarts, Byron Scott Design University-Wide Courses

By Staff

(August 1, 1982) — The School of Journalism will be represented in two new university-wide courses to be offered for the first time next year in the university's new Tier III program.


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