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E.W. Scripps School of Journalism

The E.W. Scripps School of Journalism

The E.W. Scripps School of Journalism is committed to providing an education that emphasizes professional excellencecritical thinking, and social responsibility. Through a blend of professional educationpractical experience, and intellectual exploration, we teach journalism in a way that it can be applied to many professions and to a rewarding life in a multicultural and fast changing world. Whether it's telling a storybuilding a brand, or engaging in research, we prepare students for their chosen professions now and as those professions change in the future.

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  • New student spotlight: Carter Shear

    Incoming journalism news and information major Carter Shear shares his thoughts on BSO and his excitement for his first year on campus.
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  • Scripps to offer two graduate communication workshops July 17 and 24

    Interacting with the media for non-journalists will be held on July 17 and co-taught by former Washington Post ombudsman Andrew Alexander and E.W. Scripps School of Journalism Director Emeriti Tom Hodson. John Born, former Ohio Department of Public Safety director, will facilitate the crisis communication workshop on July 24.
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  • Journalism graduate student Sarah Liese named Sundance Institute Fellow

    Journalism master’s student Sarah Liese was one of three people named as a Full Circle Fellow by the Sundance Institute to participate in their Directors and Screenwriters Labs and Native Lab. The labs, which are virtual, provide a space for the artists to develop their craft and projects.
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