Ohio Journalist

Ohio Journalist 1988-89

New scholarship to honor Scripps alumnus

By Staff

(June 10, 1989) — Charles E. Glover, who in May received the School of Journalisms L.J. Hortin Distinguished Alumnus Award, will leave yet another mark on his alma mater, thanks to a new scholarship created by Cox Enterprises, Inc.

Publisher, CEO receive awards

By Robyn Bullard

(June 10, 1989) — The School of Journalism presented its highest honor, the Carr Van Anda award, twice during Communication Week to veteran journalists Lee Huebner, publisher of the International Herald Tribune, and Warren Phillips, chief executive officer and director of Dow Jones & Co.

Clarence Page picture

By Staff

(June 10, 1989) — Clarence Page of the Chicago Tribune was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for column writing.

Cross recognized

By Staff

(June 10, 1989) — Phyllis Cross, secretary for 20 years in the journalism school, was presented with OUs 1988-89 Outstanding Classified Employee Award in May.

Gallimore finds Athens fertile

By Andy Gary

(June 10, 1989) — For Tim Gallimore, the latest addition to the E.W. Scripps faculty, moving to Athens has meant broadening his horizons in some ways he hadn't anticipated.

The Ohio Journalist — Ailes talks of success

By Tracy Lassiter and Nathan Dotson

(June 10, 1989) — Success is a journey.

Educating the Media Generation

By Sally Browning and Nathan Dotson

(June 10, 1989) — Six School of Journalism alumni, now employed as reporters, editors and public relations practitioners for The Wall Street Journal, returned to share their experiences during Wall Street Journal Day on Friday, April 21.

Seniors win awards

By Staff

(June 10, 1989) — Two of this years five Outstanding Senior Leader Awards went to Scripps journalism students.

Shoultz and Stewart at CNN in Atlanta.

By Staff

(June 10, 1989) — Bob Stewart (right), attending the CNN World Report Contributors conference, confers with Don Shoultz, who was working with CNN writing staff spring quarter.

Stewart takes on ACTV-7

By Nathan Dotson

(June 10, 1989) — Student reporters on the School of Journalisms ACTV-7 News have been facing new challenges since Assistant Professor Bob Stewart succeeded Don Shoultz as advisor.

Flashes from the Classes Spring 1989

By Staff

(June 10, 1989) — What are alumni doing now?

The Ohio Journalist — Press freedom debated

By Cathy Rogers

(March 18, 1989) — The First Amendment Seminar started with rip-roaring debate during the opening session, said Dr. Ralph Izard, director of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism.

Scripps gets high marks

By Staff

(March 18, 1989) — A six-member team representing the Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communications in January praised the Ohio University journalism program and recommended its full accreditation.

Burleigh, others talk to classes

By Staff

(March 18, 1989) — The School of Journalisms Scripps Howard Visiting Professionals program continued in February with visits from two veterans of the Cincinnati Post.

Student reporters dig for library treasure

By Bob Stewart

(March 18, 1989) — Students in the news reporting courses are learning new skills this year.

From the Director 1989

By Ralph Izard and Michael J. Bugeja

(March 18, 1989) — Several months ago, two journalism seniors-Philip Daquila and David Keimvolunteered to produce an information booklet designed to give advice to incoming students.

Graduate program attracts internationals

By Sourish Bhattacharya

(March 18, 1989) — International graduate students in the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism constitute nearly half the programs 65 masters and Ph.D candidates, according to Graduate Coordinator Patrick Washburn.

Noble interns in Washington

By Sally Browning

(March 18, 1989) — Amy Noble, a senior in public relations, was one of 25 college students chosen to participate in the 20th annual Sears Congressional Internship Program for Journalism and Mass Communications Studies.

Agency sells students manuscript

By Nathan Dotson

(March 18, 1989) — The Ohio Magazine Writers Group, a student-run literary agency, recently placed Jim Arnolds The Ethics of Available Light with Columbia Universitys School Press Review.

Flashes from the Classes Winter 1989

By Staff

(March 18, 1989) — What are alumni doing now?

Culbertson named to PRSA task force

By Staff

(March 18, 1989) — Journalism Professor Hugh M. Culbertson has been named to an eight-person oversight board for the Public Relations Society of America Task Force to Define the Body of Knowledge in Public Relations.

Faculty Notes Winter 1989

By Staff

(March 18, 1989) — Professor Russell Baird has just completed work on the fifth edition of Magazine Editing & Production with J.W. Click (William C. Brown, publisher).

Stempel assesses alumni readership

By Staff

(March 18, 1989) — A readership study of Ohio University Today indicated high reader interest in the alumni publications coverage of campus activities and alumni news.

Proficiency Test is a Right Rite of Passage

By Andrew Ross

(March 18, 1989) — Sitting in Morton Hall auditorium for two hours trying to pick the correct replacement for a grammatically incorrect phrase has become a rite of passage for all OU journalism students.

Expert meets crises head-on

By Rick Kammer

(March 18, 1989) — As director of corporate communications for the Union Carbide Corporation, Robert Berzok has become has become quite accustomed to crisis communications in the past four years.

Broadcast student wins scholarship

By Staff

(March 18, 1989) — The Radio-Television News Directors Foundation selected OU senior Kelly Liberti as one of seven national scholarship recipients.

Ad club competes

By Staff

(March 18, 1989) — The OU Advertising Association hopes to continue its past successes in the American Advertising Federations National Student Advertising Competition in April.

Communication Week planned

By Andy Gary

(March 18, 1989) — Educating the Media Generation, the theme of this years Communication Week, is targeted at the universitys present populationyouth raised in an environment in which the media have had a profound presence.

E.W. Scripps grandson donates papers

By Tegan McLane

(November 23, 1988) — Cataloging the thousands of personal papers of Edward Willis Scripps, the legendary newspaperman and private philosopher, will be a tremendous task.

Coordinator of the Visitors Center

By Staff

(November 23, 1988) — Fidella Anderson, wife of the late Cortland Anderson, is coordinator of the Visitors Center.

Faculty Notes Fall 1988

By Staff

(November 23, 1988) — What are the faculty doing?

Faculty, visiting professors join Scripps

By Nathan Dotson

(November 23, 1988) — The School of Journalism welcomed four new faculty members this year: Justice Hill, Ronald Pittman, Bonnie Peng and Gerald Stone.

Hong Kong delegation visits Athens and OU

By Staff

(November 23, 1988) — G. Kenner Bush (left), publisher of The Athens Messenger meets with (from left to right) Yu Fong-Ying, lecturer at Hong Kong Polytechnic, Kwong Sing-Szee, senior training officer in Hong Kongs Department of Technical and Education and Industrial Training, and Shum Choi-Sang, OBE, chairman of the Journalism Training Board of Hong Kong and publisher of he daily Wah Kiu Yat Po.

OU places fifth at AEJMC

By Staff

(November 23, 1988) — The School of Journalism ranked fifth among 114 schools presenting papers at the annual meeting of the Association for Education in Mass Communication in Portland, Ore.

The Post to get new computers

By Staff

(November 23, 1988) — Student reporters at The Post soon will be producing the newspaper with some of the most modern technology available.

From the Director Fall 1988

By Ralph Izard

(November 23, 1988) — Cynthia Janssens (youll remember her as Smith, Class of 69) is taking graduate classes at a respected university in a state to the north of Ohio.

Alumni Homecoming reception picture

By Staff

(November 23, 1988) — Don Lambert and Arnie Rosenberg, BSJ 72, talk about the OU 110 at the alumni Homecoming reception.

The Ohio Journalist — WICI receives national prizes

By Wendy Moore

(November 23, 1988) — Ohio Universitys chapter of Women in Communications Inc. received two national awards at the organizations October conference in Washington, D.C.

Flashes from Classes Fall 1988

By Staff

(November 23, 1988) — What are alumni doing now?

Workshop adds broadcasting

By Sally Walters

(November 23, 1988) — For five days in late June, 160 high school journalists and their advisers moved onto OUs campus to be part of a long-running tradition in the journalism school- the high school journalism workshop.

Research gives OU top ten JQ ranking

By Patty Hauser

(November 23, 1988) — The E.W. Scripps School of Journalism is one of the ten most productive research programs in the country, according to an article in the summer issue of Journalism Quarterly.

Minorities seminar planned

By Tegan McLane

(November 23, 1988) — After a successful pilot program last summer, the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism is now accepting applications through March 15, 1989, for its second Midwest Newspaper Workshop for Minorities, June 11 through August 18, 1989.

Students hear Canadian journalist

By Nathan Dotson

(November 23, 1988) — The relationship between Canada and the United States is a one-way mirror according to Toronto Globe and Mail correspondent Jennifer Lewington, who lectured at O.U. January 23 through 26.

'A few minutes with Andy Rooney'

By Alanne K. Weller

(August 20, 1988) — "There's a great shortage of good reporting in American."

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