Students, faculty and alumni of the Scripps College of Communication at Ohio University are constantly making headlines. In fact, we can't keep up with all of the good news! Read about some of the amazing accomplishments, events and happenings in Scripps and among its people below. You may want to use the tags below to sort for categories that pique your interest!
VR for Social GoodSeptember 17, 2020
With the continued enhancement of virtual reality, or VR for short, charities and non-profit organizations are trying to use VR to help encourage charitable acts, whether from money or volunteering.Read More
Game Design from Home: How John Bowditch & his Students are making Online Learning WorkSeptember 17, 2020
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Doug Bowie talks about the ECT's performance upgradesSeptember 17, 2020
The ECT school upgrades their network to increase efficiency and speedRead More
VisCom students aid, learn during National Geographic photo assignmentSeptember 16, 2020
Current seniors Madeleine Hordinski and Alexandria Skowronski worked with renowned photographer Paolo Verzone during a National Geographic Magazine photo assignment with Dr. Lawrence Witmer in March.Read More
OHIO journalism senior Singh awarded the 2020 PRSA Diversity Multicultural ScholarshipSeptember 16, 2020
The PRSA Diversity Multicultural Scholarship awards two $1,500 scholarships each year and was established by the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) to assist and recognize young adults for outstanding academic achievement and commitment to the practice of public relations.Read More
Kiplinger settles in at OHIO, program changes expectedSeptember 16, 2020
A message from Executive Director Kevin Z. Smith on the state of and future plans for the Kiplinger Program in Public Affairs Journalism.Read More
Conducting Labs from the Comforts of Home: Professor Brandon Saunders safely brings hands-on education to OHIO studentsSeptember 15, 2020
Brandon Saunders, professor at the McClure School and current instructor for this semester’s run of ITS 3110, decided that if students couldn’t come to his lab, he would bring the lab to his students.