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Awards for On-Site Writing Competition, Yearbook Excellence Announced at Oct. 24 Event
WKU Photojournalism major finishes in top five nationally for past five years
Dr. Victoria LaPoe, an assistant professor in the School of Journalism & Broadcasting, co-authors "Oil and Water: Media Lessons from Hurricane Katrina and the Deepwater Horizon Disaster."
Fleischaker/Greene Fund for Excellence will provide visit from award-winning filmmaker. Sanjeev Chatterjee's environmental documentary about potable water, "One Water," will be shown at 7 p.m. CDT in Gary A. Ransdell Hall auditorium.
Two SJ&B photojournalism students placed in the top five in the first multimedia competition of the 54th annual Hearst Journalism Awards Program.
Journalism Scholars Day, a 41-year tradition at WKU, attracted more than 385 Kentucky high school journalism students from 15 schools across the state to campus on Nov. 15.
WKU associate professor Vicki Bagwell, APR, Fellow PRSA, was one of 14 public relations professionals and educators inducted in the Public Relations Society of Americaís College of Fellows at the recent PRSA 2013 International Conference in Philadelphia.
The Ky. Broadcasters Assoc. and WKU will host their inaugural Radio Talent Institute July 22-31. This workshop covers practically all aspects of the business, including on-air, programming, production, promotions, news and sports, sales . . .
Imagewest, a student-run advertising and public relations agency at WKU, will be traveling to England this summer. They will spend four weeks working for Harlaxton Manor in Grantham.
With a first-place finish in multimedia and a third-place finish in photojournalism, WKU's School of Journalism & Broadcasting placed fifth overall in the 53rd annual Hearst Journalism Awards Program. WKU has finished among the nation's top eight in the
SJ&B students win all four competitions; Meek, Wolffbrandt qualify for national finals
Six SJ&B students, Three Alums To Attend INMA Conference in New York City To Manage Editorial Coverage
Badjie, Blommel Receive Best in Show Distinctions
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