Stories tagged with: E.W. Scripps School of Journalism

Elizabeth Todd used her Scripps College education to become a business and marketing pioneer in Alexandria, Virginia

April 4, 2024 Elizabeth Todd is still on cloud nine after celebrating a milestone that was once only a dream for a young college student.

Alumni are covering the Madness

March 29, 2024 As a television sideline reporter for CBS during the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament, Allie LaForce (H.T.C. ’11) is covering the Sweet 16 and Elite 8 games in the Los Angeles region.

‘Never take any interaction for granted’: How this graduating journalism student landed the job she wanted

March 28, 2024 Graduating in May, Maddie Harden has a broadcast journalism job secured in her dream market.

Scripps College inducts Paula Shugart into the Ohio Communication Hall of Fame

March 25, 2024 In her 23 years as president of the Miss Universe Organization, Paula Shugart (B.S.C., ’81) used her voice to advocate for herself, her contestants, and all women.

NASA Glenn’s Chief Counsel uses public relations skills learned at Scripps College to make legal issues understandable and approachable

March 18, 2024 When you hear Callista Puchmeyer’s job title, you wouldn't think she studied journalism. But, as NASA Glenn Research Center Chief Counsel, Puchmeyer utilizes her journalism degree all the time.

Bill Clack is bringing real-world knowledge and connections into his journalism course

March 12, 2024 Bill Clack’s journalism course is called “Radio and Television Reporting and Writing,” and while learning those skills is important, he also thinks it’s important to bring in media professionals.

Junior Alyssa Cruz is awarded prestigious summer internship at “60 Minutes”

March 6, 2024 Alyssa Cruz is taking the hands-on experience she has gained at OHIO to New York City this summer to intern for one of the most successful programs in broadcast history - “60 Minutes.”

“I danced through college:” OHIO alumnus celebrates his 100th birthday

February 21, 2024 Paul Miller (BSJ ‘47) reflects on his OHIO experience in the 1940's and the journalism career he built.

Sarah Donaldson lands job at the Ohio Public Radio Statehouse News Bureau

February 21, 2024 When listening to the news breaks on WOUB radio, you’ve probably heard reports from Sarah Donaldson at the Ohio Public Radio Statehouse News Bureau.

Pair of first-year journalism students earn national journalism award

February 12, 2024 Two first-year OHIO journalism majors received notice that a story they produced earned a national award from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, or NATAS.

Back to the future: OHIO alumni visit high schools to explain journalism careers

January 17, 2024 Alumni ambassadors visit Ohio high schools and beyond to explain media careers and opportunities amidst rapid changes in technology and delivery of information.

Remembering journalism professor Dr. Hugh Culbertson (1935-2023)

January 17, 2024 Journalism Professor Emeritus Hugh M. Culbertson — namesake of the award-winning student public relations society at Ohio University — died December 29, 2023.

WOUB and Scripps College will host a panel discussion with recent alumni on how to balance career and mental health

January 16, 2024 WOUB and the Scripps College of Communication are hosting a panel discussion called Mindful Media: Balancing Truth, Journalism and Mental Health with three recent OHIO graduates on Friday, January 26.

Ohio University announces 2024 Kiplinger Fellows

January 8, 2024 Eighteen veteran journalists with experience covering immigration and migration issues across the globe have been selected for the 2024 Kiplinger Fellowship in Public Affairs Journalism.

How did OHIO alumni sportscasters get to the NCAA championship game? They paid their dues

January 4, 2024 When Washington takes on Michigan in the College Football Playoff National Championship Game in Houston, Texas, on Jan. 8, Ohio University alumni will broadcast the game to vast audiences.