Ohio Journalist

Ohio Journalist 1986-87

The Ohio Journalist — Scripps Hall Now Home for OU Journalists

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — Stempel Says Facility Finest in Country


Dr. Ralph Izard Becomes Schools Sixth Director

By Norman H. Dohn

(November 26, 1986) — In the summer of 1968, a young West Virginian who had forsaken newspapering for journalism education, was putting the finishing touches on his doctoral dissertation.


Commentary

By Norman H. Dohn

(November 26, 1986) — Were in Good Hands


Riz At Large

By Ralph S. Izard

(November 26, 1986) — New Director Shares Some Thoughts


200 Students Attend Publication Workshop

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — When the kids leave the workshop, I want them to feel they got their moneys worth, said Sally Walters, who directed the 41st annual Ohio University Publications Workshop.


Party Honors Evarts, Peters

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — Dean Emeritus John Wilhelm and his wife Peggy hosted an outdoor party on the terrace of their home, honoring two faculty members for their efforts in overseeing the renovation and dedication of E.W. Scripps Hall.


Secretary of E. W. Scripps Recalls Life with Publisher

By Norman H. Dohn

(November 26, 1986) — E.W. would have liked it.


Grads Involved in Ohio Politics

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — Several recent graduates are involved Ohio political activities.


Laura Landro Award Winner

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — Laura Landro, a reporter for the WallStreet Journal, was named winner of a Gerald Loeb award for deadline reporting.


Grad Has Special Ties to E.W. Scripps Hall

By Richard Heck

(November 26, 1986) — The dedication of Scripps Hall has special meaning for 78-year-old William L. Kircher, 36, one of many journalism graduates who attended the ceremonies.


Files Special Report on Russian Accident

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — Alan Miller, 82, Columbus Dispatch reporter, wrote a special report for The Dispatch from Hamburg, West Germany, on the effects of the Soviet nuclear power plant accident.


News Anchor for AFN

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — Ann Mulligan, 69, has been employed for eight years by the American Forces Network, Europe, the AFN television and radio network based in Frankfurt, Germany.


Wall Street Journal Promotes Ron Iori

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — Ron Iori, 76, has been named assistant editor of the Wall Street Journal in Chicago.


Three Rooms Dedicated

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — In addition to the dedication of Scripps Hall, three rooms within were dedicated to the memories of three men who have been important to journalism education at the university.


Hodson Resigns From Judgeship

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — Tom Hodson, 70, a former associate editor of The Post, is gaining national recognition, not through journalistic endeavors, but by his activities in the law.


Club Places Fourth In Nation

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — The Advertising Club placed fourth in national American Advertising Federation student completion in Chicago in June.


With AP in New York 1986

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — Brian, Friedman, 78, is with AP in New York.


Remains in Mexico

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — Teresa Kramer, 84, remains with the UPI in Mexico City after completing an internship there.


Grossi, Lenihan With Plain Dealer

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — Two graduates who made their marks as sports writers while on campus are now bylined almost daily in The Cleveland Plain Dealer.


Dave Keller Moves East

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — After more than 20 years of Athens-based operations, David Keller Productions has moved east, re-locating at the Shawnee-on-Delaware, Pa., resort made famous by the late Fred Waring.


Suggestions Sought

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — What Should J-Students Study?


Works in Florida

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — Marty Minor, 85, is a staff member of the Stuart (Florida) News.


Directs Winners of National Awards

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — Rozanne Weissman, 64, is the director of public affairs for the Communication Workers of America.


Pinyan Works For McGraw-Hill

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — Former editor of The Post, Charles Pinyan, 85, is an assistant editor in the Water and Power Department of McGraw-Hills Engineering News Record.


Helped Lasher Form Fraternity

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — George A. Caswell, 29, was one of the 11 journalism students who with George Starr Lasher started Delta Gamma Mu fraternity.


Editor of Publication For Otterbein College

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — Andrew Conrad, 73, is editor of Otterbein Towers, alumni publication of Otterbein College, Westerville Ohio.


Accredited by PRSA

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — Frank Deaner, 67, has been accredited by the Public Relations Society of America under its Professional Accreditation Program.


City Editor Wins Scholarship

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — Janelle Lawrence, a junior and city editor of The Post, has won the Mary Gardner News-Editorial Scholarship given by the International Communication Association.


Returns from London

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — Pam Prah, 85, is an associate editor of the Coal Age in Washington, D.C., following an internship with McGraw-Hill in London.


Accreditation sets me apart.

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — It tells clients and prospective clients that Im serious about what I do and that Ive put my knowledge to the test.


Cited For Excellence

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — State Awards $152,000 To Journalism Program


Program Believed Unique

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — J-School Students Polish Skills in French, Spanish


Magazine Editors Speak to Class

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — Students enrolled in the specialized magazine course offered in the fall by Jon Wilhelm, professor of journalism/dean emeritus, have had an opportunity to meet top editors and publishing executives who have come to the campus to participate in the course.


Writer Discusses Media and Schools

By Richard Heck

(November 26, 1986) — Educators, the public and the media all should take responsibility for being aware of education in this country, according to Gene Maeroff, 61, a senior fellow with Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching in Princeton, N.J.


Totals 950

By Marta Mills

(November 26, 1986) — Enrollment Increases


Glover Named Editor-in-Chief of Cox Papers

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — Charles E. Glover, 49, president of Cox Newspapers, is the newly named editor-in-chief of the publishing group that includes 21 dailies.


Flashes From Classes Fall 1986

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — What are alumni doing now?


Joe Eszterhas Fiml Stars Bob Dylan

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — Joe Eszterhas, for post editor and reporter for the Cleveland Plain Dealer, has written the script for a $12-million feature film, Hearts of Fire, that will star Bob Dylan.


Specializes in Japanese

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — Frank W. Stanley, who graduated in 1980 with honors after a successful stint with The Post, is completing a masters degree at the University of Pittsburgh in Japanese studies.


Assigned To Manila UPI Bureau

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — John R. Reed, 81, has earned his pay in 1986 covering the Filipino snap election and nearly bloodless February revolution as a key member of the Manila UPI Bureau.


Photojournalism Grad

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — Urges More Authority be Given Graphics and Layout Personnel


Works in Manila

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — George Wilkenson, a masters degree candidate, is an economics editor with the Asian Development Bank in Manila.


Press Secretary

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — Bruce Cuthbertson, 73, is press secretary to Ohio Congressman John Kasich of Westerville.


Walter Ward 56 Dies of Cancer

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — Walter Ward, 56, a member of the journalism faculty of Oklahoma State University where he was a graduate coordinator, died of cancer in September.


MC for Post Reunion

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — P.J. Bernardski, entertainment editor for The Chicago Sun-Times, was master of ceremonies when former Posties gathered in Athens in May for their annual reunion.


Reports For Aussie Television

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — Carolyn Jack, MS 81, is a reporter and an on-camera newsperson for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.


Reports in Chardon

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — Cathy Suttman, 84, is a reporter for the Geauga (Ohio) Times-Leader in Chardon.


OSU Hospitals

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — James Buchanan, 60, has been appointed administrator for development at Ohio State University Hospitals, Columbus.


Faculty Activities Fall 1986

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — Washburn Book Receives Widespread Recognition


Stemple Consultant

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — Dr. Guido H. Stemple III, distinguished professor of journalism, will serve as consultant to the Ohio Newspaper Foundation for a statewide survey this Fall.


Wedding Bells Ring for Scott, Anne Cooper

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — Wedding bells rang for two faculty members during the summer


Hugh Culbertson

By Hugh Culbertson

(November 26, 1986) — Describes Philippines Following Marcos


Evarts, Shoultz Participate In Governors Scholar Program

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — Two journalism groups were represented in the Governors Scholars program, held for the first time across the state last summer, with Ohio University having one of the largest groups.


New Faculty Strong in Professional Experience

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — Two new persons both in the magazine sequence joined the faculty in the fall and a third in the news-editorial sequence will begin teaching in the winter quarter.


OU Represented at Meeting of J-Educators

By Dru Riley Evarts

(November 26, 1986) — Thirteen faculty members and Ph.D. students from the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism participated in the 69th annual convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication in August. The meeting was held in Norman, Okla.


Editor Goes to Germany In Exchange Program

By Carol James

(November 26, 1986) — Taking part in an international journalism exchange program is a privilege that has provided me with uncountable good memories and a friend at a West German newspaper.


Congressional Fellowship

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — Job Opportunity for Alumni


Chicago Tribune considers OU Bureau

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — Negotiations are under way between the Chicago Tribune and the school to start up a southeast Ohio bureau, director Ralph Izard said.


News Wires Available To Students

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — Students have live copy to work with in their editing, reporting and broadcast news classes.


Mary McGarey, 42, Retires

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — Mary McGarey, 42, retired from the Columbus Dispatch June 27 after 44 years with The Dispatch Printing Co.


For 44 Years

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — World Was Marys Beat


Faculty exchange

By Sandra Haggerty

(November 26, 1986) — Hong Kong Papers Intrigue Haggerty


Grad Develops Electronic Medical Payment System

By Norman H. Dohn

(November 26, 1986) — When Bill Davis. 69, was a student he created The Grapevine, a campus-wide polling service to reflect and express student opinion.


Interdisciplinary Group Forms Political Communication Unit

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — Dr. Guido H. Stempel III, distinguished professor of journalism, has been elected chairman of the Steering Committee of the newly-formed center for Political Communication.


Graphic Designer

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — Eileen OMalley, 84, is working in graphic design in Dallas.


Robb Appointed To New Position At Messenger

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — Steve Robb, 76, has been named assistant city editor of the Athens Messenger.


AP Washington Based

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — Three grads have broadcast assignments with the AP in Washington.


Reports in Warren

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — Lisa Abraham, 85, is employed by the Warren (Ohio) Tribune-Chronicle, following an internship with the AP in Cairo.


Studies in Ecuador

By Staff
Scott, Julie

(November 26, 1986) — Julie Scott, who earned a masters degree in 1986 in journalism and international studies, has been awarded a Fulbright Scholarship for student in Ecuador.


White House Reporter Shares Experiences

By Marta Mills

(November 26, 1986) — Scripps Howard White House correspondent Peter Brown says his job is not as glamorous as many seem to think it is.


Picture Far From Perfect For Broadcast Newscaster

By Craig Allen

(November 26, 1986) — Big ego or big inferiority complex?


Associate Editor for McGraw-Hill

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — Shekhar Hattangadi, who came to Ohio University in 1982 as a Rotary International scholar from Bombay, India, where he was a magazine editor, has been named associate editor of the international edition of the Industrial Chemical News, a McGraw-Hill publication.


Reports from Boston

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — Martha Wilhelm Kessler, 80, has been named chief financial correspondent for the Bureau of National Affairs in Boston, Mass.


4 86 Grads Awarded Foreign Posts

By Staff

(November 26, 1986) — Four foreign correspondence interns from the Class of 86 are representing the university at overseas posts.


Sauter Ouster Felt on Campus

By Marta Mills

(November 26, 1986) — Recent internal strife at CBS hit close to home when Van Gordon Sauter, 57, resigned as president of the networks news operation.


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