Ohio Journalist

Ohio Journalist 2009-10

Martin to step into associate director position

By Molly McDonnell

(June 21, 2010) — Hugh J. Martin, associate professor at the Scripps School of Journalism, will be taking over for Robert Stewart as associate director for undergraduate studies beginning July 1.


Louttit discusses career, experiences at Ohio University

By Catherine Roebuck

(June 11, 2010) — Meghan Louttit, BSJ '08, discusses her career as local managing editor at WashingtonPost.com and her experiences at Ohio University.


German Bobcat shares words of wisdom from across pond

By Catherine Roebuck

(June 4, 2010) — Ruediger Mandry, president of the European Chapter of the Ohio University Alumni Association, discusses the influence that Ohio University had on him during his stay in Ohio in the spring of 1998.


McCoy discusses her work with Las Vegas Sun, experiences at OU

Catherine Roebuck

(June 4, 2010) — Cara McCoy reflects on her work with the Las Vegas Sun and how her experiences at OU influenced her career.


Parting thoughts from SAF president

By Mike Ramsey

(May 28, 2010) — Outbound Society of Alumni and Friends president Mike Ramsey reflects on the reasons he joined the SAF's leadership team.


International programs offer students hands-on learning abroad

By Megan Krause

(May 27, 2010) — Students in the Scripps College of Communication to travel to Germany and Africa this summer.


Pulitzer Prize-winning alumnus discusses his experiences at OU

By Catherine Roebuck

(May 21, 2010) — John Kaplan discusses his experiences at Ohio University in a video interview with Dr. Robert Stewart.


Director Hodson leaves big shoes to fill

Sarah Buelterman

(May 17, 2010) — After seven years as director, Tom Hodson reflects on his journey from student at Ohio University to director of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism.


Social media offers public relations, advertising new opportunities

By Katherine Ritzert

(May 14, 2010) — The Ohio Journalist recaps the 2010 Schuneman Symposium public relations and advertising panel.


Curriculum changes to give students more academic freedom

Megan Krause and Kelly Kettering

(May 14, 2010) — Ohio University's 2012 change to semesters will bring E.W. Scripps School of Journalism students a new curriculum and a new building to call their home.


The changing landscape of media

By Catherine Roebuck

(April 23, 2010) — The Ohio Journalist looks at the impact of new media on visual storytelling.


Adapting to the role of new media

By Sarah Buelterman

(April 23, 2010) — The Ohio Journalist looks at the impact of new media on political coverage at the 2010 Schuneman Symposium.


Ana Marie Cox on new media

By Kelly Kettering

(April 23, 2010) — The Ohio Journalist spoke to Schuneman Symposium keynote speaker Ana Marie Cox about being a political online journalist.


New media's impact on media literacy

By Megan Krause

(April 23, 2010) — The Ohio Journalist spoke with gradethenews.org founder John McManus about the impact of new media on media literacy.


The symposium is sponsored by the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism and alumni R. Smith Schuneman and Patricia W. Schuneman.

2010 edition to cover symposium, new curriculum

By Bob Stewart, Editor
Associate Director for Undergraduate Studies

(March 31, 2010) — The 2010 edition of The Ohio Journalist will provide coverage of the Schuneman Symposium as well as plans for curriculum changes under semesters.


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