Ohio Journalist

Ohio Journalist 1983-84

Carnegie Hall to be Renovated

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — Plans Completed For Schools New Home

A Foundation for Immortality

By Albert Dittes

(August 1, 1983) — OU Career of Carr Van Anda

9 Students Earn S-H Internships

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — Ohio Universitys alliance with the Scripps Howard Foundations resulted in the awarding of nine students internships in summer 1983.

Scripps, Sauter Honored

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(August 1, 1983) — E.W. Scripps, chairman of the E.W. Scripps Co., center, and Van Gordon Sauter, 57, president of CBS News, shown with President Charles Ping, were awarded honorary doctorates at the June commencement.

Grad Program Accredited

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — The journalism graduate program has been accredited by the Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.

Grads Praise Program

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — Those who hold graduates degrees in journalism from OU have high praise for the program.

Couple Publishes Weekly Paper

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — Paul Bestgran, 74, and Margaret VanDemark, 76, are publisher and editor, respectively, of the Kirtland Entreprise.

Appreciates Training

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — Connie Wanstreet, MS 78, is employed by the Columbia Gas Distribution Companies, Columbus, where she says my principal duty is to muster the background statistics for speeches, slide programs, news stories and management requests.

Swink Advertising

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — Agency Employs Nine Ex-Bobcats

OUs Highest Honor

By Staff

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

Deadline Every Minute

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — Adapts To Pressure of Wire Service Work

President Of Insurance Institute

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — A 1970 graduate in public relations heads the Ohio Insurance Institute.

Three on Staff of Wall Street Journal

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — Laura Landro, 76, is communication writer for the Wall Street Journal in New York.

Former Athens Magazine Editor

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — Edits Magazine in London

Director Sizes Up Status of School

By Cortland Anderson

(August 1, 1983) — This is my first story written on a computer terminal.

Don Pease Says:

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — Switch from Journalism to Politics Not Difficult

Hodson Co-Author

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — Athens Municipal Judge Thomas Hodson, 70, is co-author of Journalists Handbook to Ohio Courts.

Serves in Tel Aviv

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — Michael Precker, 77, is Middle East bureau chief for the Dallas Morning News in Tel Aviv.

Associate Editor 1983

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(August 1, 1983) — Virginia Bensheimer, 71, is an associate editor of The Lousiville Courier-Journal.

Swan Song

By Norman H. Dohn

(August 1, 1983) — Last year, I told you the 1982 Ohio Journalist was my last as editor.

Kliesch Extends Stay in Malaysia

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — Ralph Kliesch, whose field of specialization includes international journalism, is getting a first hand look at the problems and challenges of international communications.

Seeks Alumni Involvement

By Kelly Hartman

(August 1, 1983) — SPJ/SDX Honors Baird With Top Teaching Award

PRSSA Chapter Named for Hugh Culbertson

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — Its now the Hugh Culbertson Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America.

Earns MA Degree

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — Frank Linden, 79, has completed an MA at Johns Hopkins University.

Deimling Joins Staff of Waters Digest

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — Paula Deimling, a masters degree candidate, has joined Writers Digest as a market editor.

Editor in Orrville

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — Allen Miller, 82, has been named editor of the Courier Crescent, a Dix newspaper, in Orrville, Ohio.

Works on Cable Desk

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — Jack Reed, 80, in on the outgoing cable desk of the UPI in New York.

Information Officer in Bogota

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — Who would have thought a club reporter with the Marietta (Ohio) Times 10 years ago would end up in Latin America? asks Candis Cunningham, 73.

Does Hospital PR

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — Margie Buelow Wilber, a masters degree candidate, is a public relations assistant at Riverside Hospital, Toledo.

Sports Editor

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — James Ambrosio, 78, is a sports editor of Dow Jones Electronic News division in Dayton, N.J.


By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — Ann Puderbaugh, 82, has joined the permanent staff of ABC-TV in London after completing an internship there.

Kathleen Maxa Excells as Freelancer

By Trudi Marrapodi

(August 1, 1983) — Beautiful, intelligent, witty and near-perfect.

Forms PR, Freelance Business

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — Ken Walker, 73, left the security of the Denver office of Hill & Knowlton to venture into uncharted seas the freelance world.

Paul Wagner Dies

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — Paul H. Wagner, emeritus associate professor, died May 25 in a nursing home in Monroe, Wis.

Helps Sufferers of Alcohol, Drugs

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — Mary Dohn, 72, has joined the staff of the Industrial Commission of Ohios Division of Safety and Hygiene where she is a social program administrator in the divisions new employee assistance program.

Flashes From the Classes August 1983

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — What are alumni doing now?

TV Critic for Sun-Times

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — Although he says he thinks he was third choice, P.J. Bednarski, editor of the Post, 1973-74, has been hired as TV critic by the Chicago Sun-Times, replacing Gary Deeb.

Heres What Faculty Has Been Doing

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — Ralph Izard put a lot of time into organizing a court-reporting seminar and First Amendment congress held on campus during the spring.

Faculty Has Two New Faces 1983

By Kelly Hartman

(August 1, 1983) — Two new members joined the faculty during the 1982-83 academic year: Cheryl Moore in the broadcast news sequence and James Kropp in the advertising sequence.

Polish Scholar To Lecture In 1984-1985

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — A distinguished Polish communication specialist will be a lecturer in journalism in 1984-85.

Course Goes Back to Basics

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — To help students understand and use the English language better, Dr. Dru Riley Evarts taught an experimental course this summer called Language Precision for Journalists.

73 Graduates Serve As Foreign Correspondents

By Pamela Williams

(August 1, 1983) — The very successful foreign correspondent training program at Ohio University which has attracted international attention and respect has to date provided foreign assignments for 73 of its graduates.

UPI Editor Impressed

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — A testimony as to how major news executives feel about the quality and performance of OU students granted foreign correspondent internships is the following comment by Alex Frere, UPIs editor in London for Europe, the Middle East and Africa, in a letter to John Wilhelm:

Fawcettstown U Never Loses

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — Most everyone longs to recapture the idyllic setting of his childhood.

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.

Ritter Collett Grew Up on Newspaper

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — Ritter Collett, 42, longtime sports editor of the Dayton Journal Herald, says the environment in which he grew up keyed his interest in wriitng.

Earns MA Degree At American U

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — Greta Kruez, 79, earned a masters degree in broadcasting in August at American University, Washington.

Earns Masters Degree

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — Bill Gentile, a former United Press International staff member in New York, received a masters degree during the past year.

With AP in New York 1983

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — Jacob Clark, 82, has been hired for the foreign desk of the Associated Press in New York.

Account Executive

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — Susan Mathie, 83, is an account executive and editor with Zimmerman & Leonard, Inc., Columbus, a public relations and graphic communications firm.

Late But Appreciated picture

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(August 1, 1983) — David Brown, left, editor of the Birmingham Post-Herald, was pleasantly surprised when Richard Campbell, editor of the Columbus Citizen-Journal and a graduate of OU, presented the diploma he didnt realize he had earned.

School Host for Seminar, First Amendment Congress

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(August 1, 1983) — In May the school hosted a court reporting seminar and a dialogue on the First Amendment.

Studies Media Management At Media Institute

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — Neil A. Nemeth, 79, has been accepted for the media management program sponsored by the Modern Media Institute in St. Petersburg Fla.

Goes From OU to Super Bowl in 3 Years

By Jeff Lenihan

(August 1, 1983) — Three years ago, he was a typical Ohio University journalism student, struggling toward graduation, frantically sending out his resumes, and spending most of his waking hours working for the Post.

77 Graduate Walk Around World Fulfills Boyhood Dream

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(August 1, 1983) — Steve Newman, 77, former newspaper reporter, oil rig worker, uranium prospector, marathon runner and orienteering champion, has already seen and done more than most persons do in a lifetime.

Journalism Training Helps College Prexy

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — The broad, liberal arts background provided by a journalism education is useful preparation for a variety of careers.

Directs News Bureau

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — Connie Crowther, 66, is director of the Department of Information Services and the News Bureau of Florida International University.

All Six Sequences Accredited

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — The Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (ACEJMC) has granted full accreditation to all six sequences and the professional graduate program of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism.

Hanna Will Take Early Retirement

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — Gordon Hanna, vice president and general editorial manager of Scripps-Howard Newspapers, has announced he will take early retirement at the end of this year.

Employed in London

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — Andy McCann, 82, had been employed as an editor of LPGaswire in the London, England, bureau of McGraw-Hills Newsletter Publishing Centre.

Vartorella Joins Sports Magazine

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — William Vartornella, Ph.D. 77, who has been teaching at Mary Baldwin College, Staunton, Va., has left academe.

Works in Tokyo

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(August 1, 1983) — Dennis Holden, 72, is Far East correspondent of the American Banker in Tokyo.

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