Ohio Journalist

Ohio Journalist 1987-88

From the Director Spring Summer 1988

By Ralph S. Izard

(August 20, 1988) — The name Kuo-Sin Chang is not one many alumni will recognize as a faculty member in the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism.

School awards scholarships of $150, 000

By Staff

(August 20, 1988) — Scholarships and awards totaling nearly $150,000 were presented to more than 175 students at the Journalism Awards Banquet during Communication Week.

PRSSA presidents return to campus for roundtable on the PR advantage

By Staff

(August 20, 1988) — (L-R) Stacey Waldron 85, manager of communications for the Illinois CPA Scoiety; Denise Mihalko Johnson, 76, marketing/PR consultant; Sue King, 83, PR consultant; Tammy ONeill, 87, editor, corporate communications division for Motorist Insurance Company in Columbus, Ohio.

Alumni receive Hortin award

By Jill Hoffmann

(August 20, 1988) — Ohio Congressman Donald J. Pease and Chicago Tribunes architecture critic Paul Gapp received the L.J. Hortin Distinguished Alumni Award during the School of Journalisms Annual Awards Banquet on April 28 attended by more than 300 students, faculty, alumni and guests.

Magazine competition winners named

By Melissa Kline

(August 20, 1988) — The winners of the first school-wide magazine competition were announced during Communication Week and were based on Fall 1987 projects.

Alum talks on special promotions

By Kristine Bernhardt

(August 20, 1988) — Pete Costanzo, director of promotion for Lawrence Zink, Inc., spoke to an audience of journalism students and faculty about the growing field of sales promotion on Thursday, April 28, at 2 p.m. in Scripps Hall.

TV Consultant help shape news

By Deirdre Baker

(August 20, 1988) — Because TV news consultants act as the devils advocate for the viewer, according to a Communication Week panelist, they can shape the future of TV news.

Panel discusses life in the big city

By Maureen Connor

(August 20, 1988) — Learn to write before you become a people person, advised Christopher Hapner, vice president of public relations for Market-share in Washington, D.C., in a panel discussion with three other School of Journalism alumni.

SPJ, SDX hosts hard news panel

By Wes Wilson

(August 20, 1988) — Friendliness and sensitivity are important qualities journalists need to report hard news, according to a panel of discussants on Covering Hard News, sponsored by the Society of Professional Journalists, Sigma Delta Chi Friday, April 29.

Graduate promotes 'people' skills

By Lesli Galvanek

(August 20, 1988) — The corporate meeting planner from CIN-COM Systems, Inc. in Cincinnati spoke Thursday, April 28 in Scripps Hall.

Coverage of Canada in U.S. sorely lacking says panel

By Sudha R. Kamath

(August 20, 1988) — There is a definite shortage of Canadian news in this country, according to the Covering Canada: the Stranger Next Door panel convened on Thursday, April 28, as part of Journalism Day activities during Communication Week 1988.

Communication Week in Review

By Staff

(August 20, 1988) — Clockwise: Norman Dohn, professor of journalism, is awarded the distinguished University Chair from the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at the Annual Awards Banquet.

Flashes from Classes Spring Summer 1988

By Staff

(August 20, 1988) — What are alumni doing now?

Letters from Alums

By Staff

(August 20, 1988) — Classes of 1960 and 1982

1984 graduate receives award

By Staff

(August 20, 1988) — Michelle Chippas of Columbus, class of 1984, received a PRISM Award on May 23 at the annual awards banquet of the Central Ohio Chapter, Public Relations Society of America.

Readership increases in Bird Watchers Digest

By Staff

(August 20, 1988) — Bill Thompson, MS 58, and wife Elsa, founders and publishers of Bird Watchers Digest, have increased circulation for the bimonthly magazine from 2,000 10 years ago to the current circulation of 63,000, including mail orders for customers in Japan, China and Thailand, and newsstand sales of between 2,00 and 3,000 per issue.

Awards banquet keynoter discounts minority hiring practice of media

By Jack Sowers and Jill Hoffman

(August 20, 1988) — Opportunities for advancement for minority journalists have increased in the last 20 years, but we still have a long way to go, said Chicago Tribune syndicated columnist Clarence Page.

CBS correspondent addresses presidential press relations, receives Carr Van Anda Award

By Debbie Plum

(August 20, 1988) — The current state of discourse between the American people and the Reagan administration is a disgrace in a nation that prides itself in democracy, a Washington correspondent told an audience of communications students and faculty.

J-school hosts Plante lecture

By David Keim

(August 20, 1988) — CBS News White House Correspondent Bill Plante met informally with about 40 students and faculty members of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University on Monday, April25.

Foreign Publisher awarded Van Anda

By Douglas Onley

(August 20, 1988) — The Carr Van Anda Award went overseas this year for the first time since it was established in 1968.

Faculty activities Spring Summer 1988

By Staff

(August 20, 1988) — Michael Bugeja, associate professor, has been named University Professor for 1988-89.

School director receives award

By Debbie Plum

(August 20, 1988) — Ralph Izard, director of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, recently was honored by West Virginia Universitys Perley Isaac Reed School of Journalism for his long-term contributions to journalism.

Faculty, grad students present papers at AEJMC

By Debbie Plum

(August 20, 1988) — Faculty and students from the School of Journalism will present eight papers at the annual convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication in July in Portland.

Journalism students selected to cover summer conventions

By Staff

(August 20, 1988) — Forty students, most of them from Ohio University, will get a sight, sound and hands on experience at the Democratic and Republican conventions this summer thanks to a unique project based at Central State University in Wilberforce, Ohio.

Mexican journalists visit campus

By Douglas Onley

(August 20, 1988) — Three Mexican journalists visited the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism from March 29 through April 2 as part of an exchange program sponsored by the U.S. Embassy in Mexico City.

O.U. hosts RTDNA fall meeting

By Staff

(August 20, 1988) — Professional broadcasters and broadcast journalism students from Ohio, West Virginia and Michigan will gather on the Ohio University Athens campus in early October for the 1988 fall meeting of the Radio-Television News Director Association and the Ohio Associated Press Broadcasters.

Media tour stops at Scripps

By Douglass Onley

(August 20, 1988) — Cuban journalist and educator Arnaldo Coro-Antich visited the School of Journalism June 3 as part of an impromptu one-week media tour.

J-School magazine gets name change; subscriptions and ad sales increase

By Debbie Plum

(August 20, 1988) — The schools magazine, which has showcased southeast Ohio for years, is now called Southeast Ohio.

School installs satellite news service

By Debbie Plum

(August 20, 1988) — Students in graphics and editing classes have access to wire stories that come into the computer in the graphics lab from the Scripps Howard News Service.

Minority workshop convened at O.U.

By Teena Massingill

(August 20, 1988) — It has been called the goal of parity to have the newsroom reflect the local demographics of the community.

J-School initiates programs aimed at industry diversity

By Staff

(August 20, 1988) — The E.W. Scripps School of Journalism has started work on various initiatives aimed at improving ethnic and racial diversity in the newspaper business.

The Ohio Journalist - Communication Week 1988

By Staff

(August 20, 1988) — The theme for this years Communication Week from April 25-29 was Our Alumni: Communicating With Pride.

The Ohio Journalist - CBS News correspondents, distinguished alumni headline Communication Week 1988 activities

By Staff

(March 19, 1988) — CBS News While House Correspondent Bill Plante, CBS News Correspondent, Writer-Producer Andy Rooney, Chicago Tribune Architecture Critic Paul Gapp, WCMH Sports Director Jimmy Crum, Chicago Tribune Syndicated Columnist Clarence Page and Ohio Lt. Gov. Paul Leonard are among the list of distinguished journalists and alumni to participate in this years Communication Week activities April 25-29 commemorating the 20th anniversary of the College of Communication.

J-school represented at ONA convention

By Staff

(March 19, 1988) — Four staff members of the Ohio University newspaper, The Post, and four E.W. Scripps School of Journalism faculty members participated in the Ohio Newspaper Associations 55th Annual Convention held February 17-19 in Columbus, Ohio.

Newly appointed advisory board meets

By Staff

(March 19, 1988) — A Jobs in Journalism workshop hosted by the OU student chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, sessions on recruitment, curriculum and external relations, and a tour of Scripps Hall facilities were just some of the activities scheduled for members of the newly appointed Journalism Advisory Board during their recent three-day visit to the school.

Communication Week Winter 1988

By Staff

(March 19, 1988) — Journalism Day Schedule of Events

From the Director Winter 1988

By Ralph S. Izard

(March 18, 1988) — Three times within the past month I have been in the presence of spontaneous outbursts of appreciation for what happenswithin the halls dedicated to journalism at Ohio University.

Faculty in race for White House fellow

By Staff

(March 18, 1988) — Michael Bugeia, associate professor of journalism, was recently selected as a White House Fellowship regional finalist after completing an intensive four-hour interview/ screening in Chicago.

Lasher center adds new face

By Debbie Plum

(March 18, 1988) — Lasher Learning Center is a busier place now that a full-time supervisor is here to help

Agency representative offers advice on building student ad portfolios

By Douglas Onley

(March 18, 1988) — Landing a job in todays advertising world is no small feat.

Flashes from classes Winter 1988

By Staff

(March 18, 1988) — What are alumni doing now?

Buckley joins J-school faculty

By Douglas Onley

(March 18, 1988) — Karen L. Buckley is the newest faculty member to join the E.W. Scripps School of Journalisms advertising sequence.

Dohn retires after 20 years

By Doug Onley

(March 18, 1988) — Norman H. Dohn, who has taught government and mass communications courses in the school of journalism for 20 years, retired at the end of the fall quarter.

Editor encourages student internships

By Trace Regan

(March 18, 1988) — Students will improve their chances of getting a job in broadcast news following graduation if theyve had at least one internship, says Stew Hirsch, weekend assignment editor for WBNS-TV in Columbus.

Worldwalker Honored

By Staff

(March 18, 1988) — Worldwalker Steve Newman, BSJ 77, whose four-year, 39 million step, 20,000 mile historic trek through 20 countries on five continents earned him national prominence, was a recipient of the Thirty-Ninth Annual Ohio Governors Awards at the Ohio Newspapers Associations Awards Banquet on Friday, Feb. 19.

Alumnus Earns Certification

By Staff

(November 25, 1987) — Hilliard resident Dennis Jankowski has earned the Certified Health Consultant (CHC) designation.

The Journal

By Staff

(November 25, 1987) — The Journal is Lorain, Ohio can boast eight alumni of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism: Managing Editor Tom Skoch (70), States Editor Larry Ramey (77), Sports Writer Dave Golowenski (75), and staff reporters Hank Kozloski (54), Joanne Allen (75), Mitch Stacy (84), Nick Blizzard (85), and Tony Barnes (86).

The Ohio Journalist — To honor people and events

By Jerry Morgan Medley

(November 25, 1987) — School Celebrates Past, Present

From the Director 1987

By Staff

(November 25, 1987) — You know its true that when you live and work in Athens, Ohio, you soon discover the need to reach out of the bubble to find out what the rest of the world is doing.

Heritage Exhibit Displayed in Scripps

By Douglas Onley

(November 25, 1987) — An exhibit of antique printing equipment and rare newspapers was presented through November 17 by the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism to honor the schools roots in printing.

Comedy Class Coaches ABC TV Host

By Staff

(November 25, 1987) — Joan Lunden, co-host of ABCs Good Morning America, was on campus for a one-evening visit on September 29 to the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism to attend journalism professor Mel Helitzers comedy writing class.

Magazine Day Examines Editorial Process

By Douglas Onley

(November 25, 1987) — Thinking as an Editor, the theme of Ohio Universitys first Magazine Day, was sponsored by the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism on Friday, Oct. 1.

Celeste Talks To Students

By Douglas Onley

(November 25, 1987) — Gov. Richard Celeste spent part of his two-day visit to Ohio University answering students questions at a press conference held at the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism.

ACTV-7 Begins Broadcast From Scripps

By Douglas Onley

(November 25, 1987) — On October 8, 1979, Athens, Ohio launched its first community cablecast service called Athens Community Television on cable channel 7.

200 Students Attend Summer Workshop

By Teena Massingill

(November 25, 1987) — This summer the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism hosted its 42nd Ohio University High School Publications Workshop for students interested in journalism.

Professor Views Philippine Elections

By Douglas Onley

(November 25, 1987) — Dr. Mabel Alampay, a history professor and member of the Peoples Power revolution in the Philippines, visited the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism on Oct. 1.

Program Reaches Record Goal

By Amy Hudson

(November 25, 1987) — John Wilhelm, dean emeritus and professor of Ohio Universitys College of Communication, gets letters from people asking how to become foreign news correspondents.

Student Groups Look Ahead

By David Wellman

(November 25, 1987) — It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, is an appropriate phrase for any student organization at the beginning of the school year.

School Attracts Student Editors

By Sally Walters

(November 25, 1987) — Two Ohio University freshman journalism majors are receiving scholarship assistance through the journalism school.

Flashes from Classes Fall 1987

By Staff

(November 25, 1987) — What are alumni doing now?

Homecoming 1987

By Staff
Photos by TaMORAH

(November 25, 1987) — Quite a few alumni returned to Athens for the parade, game and School of Journalism reception.

IDG Promotes Two OU Grads

By Staff

(November 25, 1987) — Axel Leblois, president and CEO of IDG Communications, has announced the appointment of James S. Povec as president and CEO of CW Publishing, Inc. in Framingham, Massachusetts.

McGaughey Wins Broadcast Award

By Debbie Plum

(November 25, 1987) — An alumnus of the School of Journalsim is the 1987 winner of the Frank Stanton Fellowship, an annual award for outstanding service to broadcast education.

OU Alum Leads Chicago PR Group

By Staff

(November 25, 1987) — James H. Hill joined Burrell Public Relations Inc. last year as President-Chief Operating Officer.

Alumni Hold Major Positions on Two Newspapers

By Staff

(November 25, 1987) — The Evening Journal

Named Corporate Director of United Technologies Corporation

By Staff

(November 25, 1987) — Franklin J. Parisi has been named corporate director of public relations for United Technologies Corporation.

Bicyclist Ends World Travel

By Staff

(November 25, 1987) — Roger Kalter, BSJ 73 and wife Betsy, recently completed a 5-year, 5-month bicycle trip around the world.

Haggerty Appointed Assistant Dean

By Douglas Onley

(November 25, 1987) — Sandra Haggerty, an associate professor at the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, was appointed deal of the College of Communications in September.

Bob Stewart Joins Broadcast Team

By Debbie Plum

(November 25, 1987) — Robert Stewart is the newest faculty member in the School of Journalisms broadcast news sequence.

Morah Assumes Faculty Position

By Staff

(November 25, 1987) — Tanya Maria Morah joined the faculty last spring quarter as assistant professor in the public relations and advertising sequences.

Faculty Activities Fall 1987

By Staff

(November 25, 1987) — What are alumni doing now?

Pittsburgh Press Editor Shares Trade Secrets at OU

By Lisa Popyk

(November 25, 1987) — Bob Karlovits, regional editor of the Pittsburgh Press, came to OU the week of Oct. 19, to give aspiring journalists some trade secrets.

J-School Sponsors Workshop for Area High School Staff

By Douglas Onley

(November 25, 1987) — Eighteen members of the Athens High School Matrix staff participated in a newspaper production workshop sponsored by the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, Sept. 25.

21 Students Admitted to Grad Program

By Staff

(November 25, 1987) — Twenty-one impressive graduate students were admitted this fall to the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism graduate programs, bringing the total number of on- and off-campus students enrolled to 112 (88 master students and 24 doctoral students), according to Graduate Coordinator Patrick Washburn

Graduate Student Activities Fall 1987

By Staff

(November 25, 1987) — What are the graduate students doing?

College Dean Selected for Leadership Institute

By Staff

(November 25, 1987) — Paul E. Nelson, dean of the College of Communication at OU, was one of 21 academic and media professionals who have been selected for the 1987 Leadership Institute for Journalism and Mass Communication Education sponsored by the Gannett Center for Media Studies at Columbia University.

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