Leon Harris, BSC '82, HON '99, is a news anchor for NBC4 in Washington, D.C.
Where are they now?
What can you do with a communication degree? In short, the sky is the limit. Our alumni are communication leaders in every discipline of the industry. They are not only asking the tough questions in this ever-changing field, but are finding solutions that help the world move forward. Faculty and students here on campus also play a part in how Scripps shapes the future of communication through research, creative activity, internships and extracurricular activities. Here is just a sampling of our accomplished alumni, faculty and students and how they are making a difference on the job.
Jessica Strawser graduated from OHIO in 2001 with a degree in magazine journalism. She is currently editor-at-large at Writer’s Digest and just released her third domestic suspense novel, “Forget You Know Me.”
Jerry L. Sloan Visiting Professional Cory Fritz visited OHIO's campus to share his experience in politics and public relations with current Scripps students.
Kimberly Rometo, BSC '04, MITS '14, is the Vice President, Chief Information Officer, for the Miami Dolphins in Miami, Fla.
Michael Mytnick, BSC '14, is a digital producer at WME | IMG in New York, N.Y.
Taylor Rohrig, a 2018 graduate of the School of Media Arts & Studies at Ohio University, served as the 360º specialist for the Immersive Media Initiative at the GRID Lab.
Marquis Maines, BSVC '17, is a creative intern at Edelman in Chicago, Ill.
Aimee Rancer, BSJ '11, is a creative strategist at Pinterest in San Francisco, Calif.
Gentry Bennet, BSJ '17, is a product public relations intern at Dolby Laboratories in San Francisco, Calif.
Trevor Tomlinson, BSC '13, is a sales engineer for Equinix in Seattle, Wash.
The Scripps Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) Vice President of Member Relations Alyssa Murtagh was elected to serve on the 2018- 2019 PRSSA National Committee as the new vice president of career services.
OHIO’s Career and Leadership Development Center (CLDC) is replacing one of its primary online career development tools, Bobcat CareerLink, with Handshake, an online career network that is more user-friendly and results-driven.
Syndicated columnist Clarence Page, BSJ ’69, HON ’93, was awarded the prestigious W.M. Kiplinger Award for Distinguished Contributions to Journalism at the National Press Foundation's annual journalism awards dinner.