Ohio Journalist

Ohio Journalist 1984-85

Faculty Activities Summer 1985

Compiled by John Cramer

(August 24, 1985) — Guido H. Stempel III, in his 13th year as editor of Journalism Quarterly, continued to do research with Hugh Culbertson.


The 1985 Carr Van Anda Award Winners 1

By Lee Landenberger

(August 24, 1985) — Charles Osgood


The 1985 Carr Van Anda Award Winners 2

By Heather Hatfield

(August 24, 1985) — John H. Sengstacke


The 1985 Carr Van Anda Award Winners 3

By Sue Kincaid

(August 24, 1985) — Dorothy Fuldheim


Alumni Gifts Make The Difference In Program

By Cortland Anderson

(August 24, 1985) — Elsewhere in this issue, theres a list of alumni and friends who donated to the journalism program last year.


The Secretaries That Also Serve the J-School

By Staff

(August 24, 1985) — The real stars of an organization often do not bask in the glory of its achievements.


First Amendment Debated By Panels In Cleveland

By Mark Harmon

(August 24, 1985) — The law, in fact, is an enemy of journalism. It is a determined and baffling enemy that wants to take us into its camp and make us over in its image.


Alumni Activities Summer 1985

By Staff

(August 24, 1985) — What are alumni doing now?


The Ohio Journalist - Scripps Hall

By Staff

(August 24, 1985) — Ohio University E.W. Scripps Hall Renovation


The Building

By Charles Pinyan

(August 24, 1985) — With everything from skylights to floor coverings and computers to doorknobs already selected, Scrupps Hall is making steady progress toward being ready to house the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, said Tom Peters, the schools associate director.


Dr. Ralph Kliesch Retires

By Sue Angel

(August 24, 1985) — Ive been involved with this university for 33 years, said Ralph E. Kliesch, who will be retiring in June.


The Post Wins Region Four

By Staff

(August 24, 1985) — The Post and three OU students won top honors in the Mark of Excellence competition April 20 at the Region 4 convention of the Society of Professional Journalists, Sigma Delta Chi.


Donors to the School of Journalism

By Staff

(August 24, 1985) — Donors to the School of Journalism


The Ohio Journalist — Scripps hall Work To Begin

By Staff

(November 21, 1984) — Work is scheduled to begin within the next several weeks on the $3.2 million renovation and addition that will provide a new spacious home for the E. W. Scripps School of Journalism.


C-J Editor Newest OU Trustee

By Lee Landenberger

(November 21, 1984) — The school of journalism has gone through some changes since Columbus Citizen-Journal editor Richard Campbell was an Ohio University Student.


Higher Standards For OU Journalists

By Cortland Anderson

(November 21, 1984) — Despite a sharp decline in the pool of young people of college age, freshman journalism enrollment for 1984-85 is up about 25 percent.


Student Balances Academic and Professional Life

By Ann H. Fisher

(November 21, 1984) — Its amazing how many people think that college is a permanent spot on the map.


Communications Week Focuses on Politics

By Mark Davidson & Russ Kennedy

(November 21, 1984) — Many (people) resent the influence of the media, which they perceive as (being) more powerful and more intrusive than the government it professes to monitor, said Cable News Network correspondent Daniel Schorr in his May 3rd address during Communications Week.


Lights, Camera, TypewritersACTV-7

By Ray Locker

(November 21, 1984) — Oh my God, cries Lee Landenberger in the production room of the ACTV-7 news broadcast studio.


Anne Doll Promoted

By Staff

(November 21, 1984) — Anne B. Doll, vice president of communications for Miami Valley Hospital, Dayton, has been promoted to senior vice president of corporate communications for MedAmerica Health Systems Corporation, the parent company of MVH.


AP Moves To San Diego

By Staff

(November 21, 1984) — Alan L. Adler, an AP correspondent in Toledo, has been promoted to AP correspondent in San Diego.


Medical Writer

By Staff

(November 21, 1984) — Barbara Glenk Good, MS 75, is a medical writer in Radiation Health at the School of Medicine, University of Pittsburgh.


Cited for Coverage on Afghanistan War

By Staff

(November 21, 1984) — William Branigin, MSJ 70, Southeast Asia correspondent for The Washington Post, has been named winner of a Distinguished Service Award by the Society of Professional Journalists, Sigma Delta Chi, for his coverage of the war in Afghanistan.


Fund-Raising Officer At U. of Michigan

By Staff

(November 21, 1984) — Linda Rockwell Cargo, 71, is a development officer at the College of Literature, Science and the Arts at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.


Named Correspondent

By Staff

(November 21, 1984) — Martha Wilhelm Kessler, 80, has been named Northwest correspondent of the Bureau of National Affairs.


City Editor

By Staff

(November 21, 1984) — Jack Rhodes, MA 71, is city editor of The St. Paul (Minn.) Dispatch.


Skip Wilhelm Joins Advertising Agency

By Staff

(November 21, 1984) — Charles Skip Wilhelm has been named account management supervisor for BBG&M Advertising, a division of Glover Advertising, Inc.


Radio Reporter

By Staff

(November 21, 1984) — Carleen Murray, 84, says Im now an Indiana Hoosier.


Edits Magazine

By Staff

(November 21, 1984) — Eileen Thurman Fritsch, 76, is communications manager for the American Institute of Plant Engineer, a national professional association.


Associate Editor 1984

By Staff

(November 21, 1984) — Julie Skur, 83, is an associate editor with Cleveland Crain Business Review.


An OU Reunion Is Held In Normandy

By Staff

(November 21, 1984) — As I landed on Omaha Beach in the Invasion of Normandy on D Day June 6, 1944 with the 29th Infantry Division, I returned this year on the 40th Anniversary of the D Day Invasion June 6, 1984.


Owns Restaurant In Columbus

By Staff

(November 21, 1984) — Alejandro Quisumbing, MA 77, is owner-manager of the South Sea Island Restaurant in Columbus.


Works in Canton

By Staff

(November 21, 1984) — Alan Miller, 82, is a staff member of The Canton (Ohio) Repository.


Flashes from Classes Fall 1984

By Staff

(November 21, 1984) — What are alumni doing now?


Journalism and Languages Merge

By Dwight Woodward

(November 21, 1984) — This fall, journalism students with dreams of working as foreign correspondents will have a chance to study French and Spanish using foreign language newspaper, weekly news magazines, and radio television broadcasts received on satellite dish.


Dr. Alsbrook Retires

By Dr. Dru Riley Evarts

(November 21, 1984) — Dr. James Alsbrook was granted emeritus status this spring by the Ohio University Board of Trustees.


Faculty Elected to National Posts

By Staff

(November 21, 1984) — Four members of the School of Journalism faculty were elected to positions at national convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication August 5-8 in Gainesville, Fla.


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