Ohio Journalist

Ohio Journalist 1990-91

Course examines ethics

By Staff

(August 17, 1991) — OU students had an intensive look at ethical issues last Fall in the classroom of a nationally recognized visiting scholar.


The Ohio Journalist - J-school "excellence" attracts $2.15 million for endowment, equipment, visiting professionals

By Ted Pease

(August 17, 1991) — The State of Ohio, a grateful alumnae and the Scripps Howard Foundation combined in 1990-91 to award the school's continuing excellence with more than $2.15 million in funding from programs.


USA Today founder critiques press in OU speech

By Staff

(August 17, 1991) — Al Neuharth, founder of "the nation's newspaper"-USA Today- is a self-described "S.O.B" with a deserved reputation of speaking his mind.


Izvestia editor visits OU, discusses perestroika

By Staff

(August 17, 1991) — Vasily T. Zakharko, managing editor of the Soviet newspaper Isvestia, came to Scripps Hall in June for a wide-ranging discussion of Soviet policy and "domestic"perestroika.


Lambert's Speed Week warped affected generations of J-Grads

By Ted Pease

(August 17, 1991) — An entirely cursory review of The Ohio Journalist lore reveals that rarely- no, let's say never-never in the newsletter's history has an article elicited the kind of response that Don Lambert's report (TOJ 14:1) on the continuing death of Stephen Wasielewski did.


3 faculty to come; 2 to go

By Staff

(August 17, 1991) — The school of journalism gained three new faculty faces and lost two in 1990-91.


Journalism and in the global village

By Ralph Izard

(August 17, 1991) — The School of Journalism is reaching around the world much more these days, and the program, faculty and students benefit as a result.


OU honors faculty member, journalism grad students

By Staff

(August 17, 1991) — The journalism school collected three campus-wide graduate-level awards as the 1991 academic year closed, with one faculty member and two grad students recognized as among OU's most "outstanding."


J-school faculty: Busy, busy, busy

By Staff

(August 17, 1991) — Associate Professor ANNE COOPER CHEN was elected to the Research Committee of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.


Culbertson named PR's 1990 Outstanding Educator

By Staff

(August 17, 1991) — Hugh M. Culbertson, a journalism school faculty member for 25 years, received public relations' highest honor for an educator in November from the Public Relations Society of America.


Hodges: Impressions from Taipei

By Helen Robertson

(August 17, 1991) — In 1990, the school of journalism inaugurated its faculty and student exchange program with the National Chengchi University on the island of Taiwan.


New professor's real-world experience opens students' eyes

By Lisa DiMartino

(August 17, 1991) — One of the journalism school's newest faculty members, Cassandra Reese, never dreads students knocking on her office door.


J-School Alumni News Flashes

By Staff

(August 17, 1991) — What are alumni doing now?


1962 MSJ Grad honored as 1990 'Christa McAuliffe Educator'

By Staff

(August 17, 1991) — Jo Lambert Blackwood, (MSJ '62), a high school teacher in Charleston, W.V.a, was one of five teachers named as Christina McAuliffe Educators by a national education organization in 1990.


McCreanor, journalist & educator, dies in Rhode Island

By Staff

(August 17, 1991) — Robert W. McCreanor (BSJ '48 MSJ '49), who went from southeast Ohio coal mines to become a widely admired journalism educator and newspaper columnist, died at age 75 in Rhode Island Last Summer.


Savitch, BSJ '77, anchors Saturdays on 'Stamina'

By Staff

(August 17, 1991) — Tune in Channel 11 in Pittsburgh anytime from 8 to noon Saturday mornings to catch up with both 1977 grad Lori Savitch and the latest news.


'76 grad wins D.C. award for investigative reporting

By Staff

(August 17, 1991) — The Keating S&L scandal touched both Cincinnati and 1976 J-grad Dale Keiger when Keiger's story on the then-Cincinatti Enquireer chairman Bill Keating won him Washington Monthly's journalism award.


Fodor takes round-about route from OU to upstate N.Y. TV anchor desk

By Staff

(August 17, 1991) — It took her a few years and many miles, and in-between she covered Charles' and Di's wedding and worked with the likes of Peter Jennings, David Brinkley, and Barbara Walters, but now 1979 grad Cynthia Fodor says she's found a home.


Mariotti leaves Denver sportswriting for The National, reflects on real life in the newsroom trenches

By Staff

(August 17, 1991) — Jay Mariotti took another step in an already impressive sportswriting career when he moved from the Denver Post to join The National, Frank Deford's innovative daily sports tabloid.


Foreign Correspondence Internships I saw history happening there

By Tracy Corrigan

(August 17, 1991) — Reporters don't usually get to watch history being made on their first jobs out of college, but when they do, the impressions can last a lifetime.


Nominees sought of Outstanding Alumni Award

By Helen Robertson

(August 17, 1991) — One is a U.S. congressman.


Summertime, and the livin is... filled with workshops

By Staff

(August 17, 1991) — Anyone who's been back to Athens in the summertime lately knows that the pace of life here slows.


Senator lauds OU grad

By Staff

(August 17, 1991) — Check the Congressional Record and you'll find a senator's glowing tribute to a 1941 J-school grad.


Heading out: 13 J-majors land foreign assignments

By Staff

(August 17, 1991) — The Center for International Journalism set up internships overseas for 13 j majors in 1991, including six though the John R. Wilhelm Foreign Correspondence Program.


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