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After spending nearly a year shooting and editing the Immersive Media Initiative’s first 360-degree narrative story, OHIO faculty and students involved in the initiative are celebrating the acceptance of their work into three film festivals and its upcoming screenings at venues spanning four continents. Read More

Scripps College of Communication Dean Scott Titsworth announced the appointment of Greg Newton as the interim associate dean for graduate studies, research, and creative activity for the 2016-17 academic year. The appointment will begin on July 1. Read More

College of Health Sciences and Professions' health services administration lecturer and a part-time doctoral student in the OHIO School of Communication Studies Brian Phillips passed away on Wednesday, June 22 after a one-month battle with pancreatic cancer. Read More

WOUB Public Media’s new podcast “Spectrum” will feature conversations with an eclectic group of fascinating people. Some of the interviews are from famous people, some are not, but they all have captivating stories. Hosted by WOUB’s General Manager and Director Tom Hodson, “Spectrum” is a joint production of WOUB and the Barbara Geralds Institute for Storytelling and Social Impact. Some of the guests on “Spectrum” are Scripps College of Communication alumni. Read More

Scripps College of Communication Dean Scott Titsworth announced the appointment of Greg Moeller, BSC ’04, MED ‘09, as the assistant dean for student success. The appointment will begin on July 1. Read More

Richard (Dick) O. Linke, 98, died on June 15, in his Hawaii home. A graduate of Ohio University (BSJ 1941), he had been one of its most devoted alumni, as well as its most successful and widely known entertainment managers. Read More

Nonprofit Colleges Online listed Ohio University's online bachelor’s degree completion program in applied communication first in its “2015-16 Best Online Bachelor’s in Communication and Public Relations: Students Before Profits Award” rankings. Read More

Evan Shaw of WOUB Public Media and the Barbara Geralds Institute for Storytelling and Social Impact garnered seven different Emmy nominations today by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Ohio Valley Chapter. Dr. Lynn Harter, the co-director of the Institute received two nominations and a Scripps College of Communication student Brett Maszczak was named in one category. Read More

The Scripps College of Communication’s online bachelor of science in applied communication degree received top rank out of 50 other communication programs nationwide for the “Best Online Bachelor’s in Communication and Public Relations: Students Before Profits Award 2015-2016”. Read More

In May, the Ohio University Global Leadership Center sent a group of 20 first-year students to Cambodia for two weeks to complete their semester-long projects. Read More

The Scripps College of Communication at Ohio University, home to the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, mourns the passing of Guido H. Stempel, III, 87, on Tuesday, May 31. Stempel passed away at the James Cancer Hospital at the Ohio State University in Columbus. Read More

The Media Deserts Project, directed by Dr. Michelle Ferrier, associate dean for innovation, research/creative activity and graduate studies at the Scripps College of Communication, has received a $25,000 grant from the News Measures Project at Rutgers University, to deepen mapping of the media ecosystem. Read More

Dr. Michelle Ferrier, founder of TrollBusters and the associate dean for innovation, research/creative activity and graduate studies at the Ohio University Scripps College of Communication, spoke as part of the News Impact Summit panel “Trolls, Corruption, Falsehood: Reporting ‘Truth’ in the Digital Age” on Thursday, May 12 at the London School of Economics. Read More

Adil Al-Busaidi, MA ’12 and PhD ’14, received the prestigious Sharjah Award for the Best Doctoral Dissertation in Administrative Science in the Arab Region for his doctoral dissertation. Read More

The Committee to Protect Journalists released the 2016 version of “Attacks on the Press”, featuring the work of women journalists including Ohio University Scripps College of Communication’s Dr. Michelle Ferrier, associate dean for innovation, research/creativity and graduate studies. The book focuses on gendered violence against women journalists and featured a chapter written by Ferrier on her work as founder of TrollBusters, an online service for women journalists who are experiencing online harassment. Read More

On Friday, April 29, during Graduate Commencement Ohio University Executive Vice President and Provost Pam Benoit announced that Dr. Judith Yaross Lee, professor of communication studies and director of Honors Tutorial Studies in the Scripps College of Communication, was one of two faculty awarded a 2016 Distinguished Professor Award.  Read More

More than 500 students from the Scripps College of Communication at Ohio University received baccalaureate degrees Saturday, April 30 during Ohio University’s morning Commencement ceremony. Read More

The new Social Media Analytics Research Team (SMART) Lab in the Scripps College of Communication provides students and faculty in the college with the ability to research and analyze the impact of social media on surrounding specific events or organizations. Read More

Cassie Wirtz recently won a national championship in the persuasive speaking category at a tournament for college novices in Louisiana. Wirtz is a freshman at Ohio University in Athens. She was named Novice National Champion in persuasive speaking at the 2016 Novice National Tournament, which took place March 12-14 at University of Louisiana/Lafayette. Read More

Approximately 430 undergraduate students in the Scripps College of Communication will walk at Commencement on Saturday, April 30. Graduating students and their families are invited to attend a special Scripps College Reception prior to the event. Read More

Dr. Michelle Ferrier, associate dean for innovation, research/creative activity and graduate studies, received one of eight fellowships that have been awarded for the 2016-2017 academic year by the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute. The projects range from emerging technologies and watchdog journalism to community engagement and navigating new business models. Read More

All five schools in the Scripps College of Communication recognized outstanding students this spring during annual award ceremonies held separately throughout the final weeks of the semester. Here are the names of the Scripps College of Communication students honored in each school. Read More

Lindsey Hohler, a junior majoring in communication studies, enters the Steven L. Schoonover Center for Communication in the early morning to unlock doors, arrange furniture, and take her position behind the front desk before students, faculty and staff fill the lobby on their way to classrooms and offices. Read More

School of Visual Communication students have a new opportunity to showcase their work in a gallery specially designed to display visual storytelling pieces on the first floor of the Steven L. Schoonover Center for Communication. Read More

After developing a solution addressing the underserved community of Somali refugees in Columbus, Ohio, Team Ubuntu of Ohio University has won the second Scripps International Innovators Cup and the top prize of $5,000. Read More

Ohio University’s School of Media Arts & Studies Advanced Narrative Production class produced a short film honored at the Broadcast Education Association’s Festival of Media Arts for the third year in a row. Read More

The School of Visual Communication proudly presents the opening reception of the annual VisCom Student Show in the School of Visual Communication Gallery, Schoonover Center 140, from 5:00–7:00 p.m. on Friday, April 22, 2016. The show runs from April 22 through September 3, 2016. Read More

With the fourth annual Scripps Innovation Challenge just concluded, organizers are already critiquing the competition and exploring ways to make it better next year. Read More

Photographer Jan Sonnenmair has been named the 2016-17 Knight Fellow in the Ohio University School of Visual Communication. The fellowship allows artists in their mid-career an opportunity to earn their master’s degree while teaching VisCom students. Read More

Wesley Lowery, an alumnus of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University, is part of the Washington Post staff that won a Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting today. Read More

Students and faculty in the Scripps College of Communication celebrated the end of the year at a student created mixer event with Dean Scott Titsworth on Tuesday, April 12, in the Schoonover Center for Communication Lobby. Read More

Students in the Scripps College of Communication who made the Dean’s List were invited to a Dean’s List Reception with Dean Scott Titsworth on Wednesday, April 13, in the Schoonover Center for Communication Lobby. Read More

The Game Research and Immersive Design (GRID) Lab offers students, faculty and staff in the Scripps College of Communication the ability to research and learn new skills in interactive digital media and immerging technologies. Read More

In February, the university’s Innovation Strategy program awarded $878,000 to the Immersive Media Initiative to develop a new curriculum and hands-on research and creative projects for Ohio University students to gain the experiences they need to join this burgeoning field. Read More

High school students considering a career in journalism have the opportunity to work with E.W. Scripps School of Journalism faculty and industry professionals during a two-and-a-half-day summer workshop held annually on Ohio University’s campus on July 13-16. Read More

The School of Media Arts & Studies and OU WIMI (Women in Music Industry) welcome renowned Music Supervisor Alexandra Patsavas for an interactive Skype Q&A interview on Tuesday, April 19 at 7:00 p.m. at Ohio University in RTVC, Room 281. Read More

The School of Media Arts & Studies will host its third annual High School Media Workshop July 13-16. The high school participants will be the first to use Schoonover Center’s new Sound Post-Production and Listening Lab, a space designed to provide real-world audio experience for media students. Read More

More than 100 media innovators gathered to discuss ways to combat challenges facing collegiate media at The Future of Student Media Summit held April 8 and 9 on Ohio University’s Athens campus. Read More

Students from Augsburg University of Applied Sciences will visit Ohio University April 12-14 and participate in an Infographic Treasures event on Tuesday, April 12 that aims to familiarize the audience with the city of Augsburg, Germany and historic infographic examples. Read More

Anthony Zoccola and Zac Oberg want to create a gaming scene in Athens. The pair, made up of an Ohio University senior and alumnus, have taken their passion for video games and channeled it into their own game development company, Lantern Light Studios. Read More

A variety of study spaces and quiet ambiance make the Lasher Learning Center an attractive spot for Scripps College of Communication students looking for an alternative to Alden library. Read More

It wasn’t Ayleen Cabas Mijares’ idea to get involved in the Scripps Innovation Challenge.Mijares met Kingsley Antwi-Boasiako in an international journalism course at Ohio University and as they became friends, she jokes her involvement is “his fault.” But whatever the reason may be, their group, Team Ubuntu, went on to win first place in the challenge, alongside other team members Samuel Antwi and Goitom Negash. The team won $10,000 for their pitch of the app, NewsRain, according to a previous Post report. Read More

This past weekend, West Virginia University, in partnership with MediaShift, hosted an all-female Makeathon in its newest Evansdale Innovation Center. Both the facility and faculty encouraged participants to think, feel and create outside-the-box solutions to today’s most pressing media issues using Internet of Things (IoT) technology. Read More

Students and faculty in the Scripps College of Communication are invited to attend an end of the year mixer with Dean Scott Titsworth on Tuesday, April 12. The event will take place starting at 6:00 p.m. in the Schoonover Center for Communication Lobby. Read More

R. Lance Holbert, professor and chair of the Department of Strategic Communication at Temple University, will speak on Thursday, April 7 at an Ohio University event entitled “The Enjoyment Seeking Voter.” Read More

This weekend, the Speaking Bobcats of Ohio University competed at the 2016 Public Communication Speech & Debate League (PCSDL) National Tournament hosted at Butler University in Indianapolis, Indiana. Designed to update intercollegiate speech and debate competition for the 21st century, this event sponsors competition in events like TED Talks, Slam Poetry and Interviewing. Read More

Students from the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism won nine awards Saturday in a four-state regional competition sponsored by the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ). Three first-place entries advance to the national Mark of Excellence Awards. Read More

Alumni and friends are invited to return to Ohio University’s Athens campus on Saturday, April 9 for a celebration of life for the late Ohio University School of Visual Communication Director Emeritus Chuck Scott. The event will take place from 1 – 4 p.m. in the Schoonover Center for Communication, Room 450, at 20 E. Union St., Athens, Ohio. Read More

Jemele Hill, co-host of ESPN’s sports discussion show “His & Hers,” spoke at Ohio University Saturday about covering sports news both as an African-American journalist/media personality and as a woman, in a field historically populated by white men. Read More

Students in the School of Media Arts & Studies are able to explore a wide range of courses that match their own interests and talents that will prepare them for a career in media. The school has several state-of-the-art facilities and labs and teaches students how to use the tools of the trade, from software to audio equipment, allowing them to graduate with plenty of hands-on experience. Read More

Following last month’s trip to the South by Southwest Conference in Austin, Texas, 23 Ohio University students will be hosting two panel discussions to share about their experiences from the trip. There will be two separate panel events, one on Tuesday, April 5 from 7:00-8:00 p.m. in Schoonover 380 and the second on Thursday, April 14 from 7:00-8:00 p.m. in RTVC 639. The two panels will each feature a different group of trip participants presenting on that evening. Read More

Guesswork VR, a virtual reality gaming company, was brought to life by about a dozen OU students. The heads of the project, Tyler Blust and Anthony Mikicic, said the concept for the game stemmed from ideas sparked in a Disney class they took together through OU. Read More

Alumna Dana Sulonen, BSJ ’03, will conduct a Skype Q&A session to discuss how her broadcast skills transformed her newspaper’s newsroom on Wednesday, March 30 at 7:30 p.m. in Schoonover Center Room 508. Limited seating is available for this event. Read More

Kelsey Bowman, a junior studying interactive multimedia in the School of Visual Communication, had her logo design chosen as the official Ohio University Homecoming 2016 logo. Read More

This year marked Ohio University’s third trip to the biggest music conference in the country, South by Southwest (SXSW, aka “South-By”). As part of their academic semester, students in the MDIA 4900 SXSW class travel to Austin, Texas each mid-March to experience hundreds of bands and performers. Read More

Ohio University will host a national Future of Student Media Summit April 8 and 9 to unite leaders of college news outlets in a conversation about financial challenges facing campus media. Read More

On Wednesday, March 30, 2016, doctoral students in the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, Nisha Garud and Enakshi Roy, will present “Visual Terror: Analysis of ISIS Propaganda Through Images Published in Dabiq,” as the Spring 2016 Graduate Research Series speakers. The presentation will take place at 2 p.m. in The Friends of the Library Room (Alden 319). Read More

Jemele Hill, ESPN sports reporter, will speak on the Ohio University Athens Campus at 4:30 p.m. Saturday, April 2 in Schoonover 145. Read More

Two champions were selected to represent Southeastern and Central Ohio at the Scripps National Spelling Bee after winning their regional spelling bees hosted by the Ohio University Scripps College of Communication on Saturday, March 19. Read More

The International Lounge is a new space in the first floor of Steven L. Schoonover Center for Communication that encompasses many of the Scripps College of Communication’s accomplishments within research, communications and scholarly partnerships. Read More

Professor Emeritus of media studies at Ohio University Dr. David Mould will return to conduct a special reading from his book, “Postcards from Stanland: Journeys in Central Asia” on Wednesday, March 30 at 6:00 p.m. in the Lasher Learning Center, Room 130 in the Schoonover Center for Communication. A reception, book signing and sale will follow Mould’s reading. Read More

Dr. Khalil Muhammad, director of the Schomburg Center for the Research in Black Culture, spoke to Ohio University students about the mass incarceration of black men and other race related issues on Thursday, March 17. Read More

Media producer, educator and author Sonja Williams, M.A. ’84, will return to Ohio University on Thursday, March 24 to speak about her book, “Word Warrior”. Read More

The First-Year class of the Ohio University Speaking Bobcats traveled to the University of Louisiana - Lafayette this weekend to represent Ohio University in the 2016 Novice National Tournament. Read More

Following a sweepstakes win at the Ohio Forensic Association Novice State Tournament, the entire Ohio University Speaking Bobcats team came together to win the State Championship in Sweepstakes in the President’s Division of the OFA Varsity State Tournament. Read More

Student journalists and industry professionals work side-by-side in a uniquely designed newsroom in Ohio University’s Radio-Television Building to produce broadcast news content for the Athens community. Read More

Eight university teams will compete for a $5,000 prize and trophy in the second annual Scripps International Innovators Cup, sponsored by the Scripps College of Communication at Ohio University. Read More

Ohio University Scripps College of Communication Dean Scott Titsworth announced to students, faculty and staff the $878,000 funding that was recently awarded by the Ohio University Innovation Strategy program for the Immersive Media Initiative. Read More

Ohio University has announced that media and retail business leader Bill Brand will serve as the University’s 2016 undergraduate commencement speaker. Mr. Brand, president, HSN and chief marketing officer at HSN, Inc. will speak at the morning and afternoon ceremony. Ohio University alumnus Bill Brand is a 1987 graduate of the School of Media Arts & Studies, formerly the School of Telecommunications. Read More

Communication Week, an annual Scripps College of Communication event, kicked off with OHIO alumnus Ken Ehrlich, BSJ ’64, being inducted into the Ohio Communication Hall of Fame on Monday, March 14, 2016 on the Ohio University campus. Read More

The School of Media Arts & Studies has invited John Swartz, co-producer of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" and "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story", to speak with students Tuesday. He will be speaking at The Athena Cinema via Skype from his office in London about his career at Lucasfilm and his experience working on "The Force Awakens". Read More

On Monday, March 14, seven student teams earned $25,000 in prize money at the “Pitch Day” finale of the fourth annual Scripps Innovation Challenge. Read More

School of Visual Communication photojournalism senior Logan Riely won Best International Student Documentary Short this February in the Texas Ultimate Shorts film festival competition for his piece, “Secret of the Southeast”. Read More

The Communication Resource Center, located on the lower level of the Steven L. Schoonover Center for Communication, offers students a chance to practice reciting speeches before performing them in front of an audience. Read More

The C-SPAN Campaign 2016 Bus will be visiting the Ohio University Athens campus on Thursday, March 17. According to a press email, the event is open to all faculty, staff and students on campus to visit the bus and learn more about C-SPAN’s nonpartisan resources and coverage of Campaign 2016. Read More

Ken Ehrlich, longtime producer of the GRAMMYs® and a 1964 alumnus of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, will be inducted into the Ohio Communication Hall of Fame on Monday, March 14, during Ohio University’s Communication Week. Read More

The Ohio University Scripps College of Communication and the Scripps Howard Foundation are proud to announce the winners and finalists of the annual Farfel Prize for Excellence in Investigative Journalism. The award, part of the Scripps Howard Awards, honoring the best work in the news industry and journalism education for 2015, goes to BuzzFeed. Read More

A national Future of Student Media Summit sponsored by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation will be held April 8-9 at Ohio University. The summit aims to bring together leaders of college news outlets facing unprecedented financial challenges. Read More

With Pitch Day for this year’s Scripps Innovation Challenge just days away, teams of finalists are fine-tuning their presentations as they vie for top honors and $25,000 in prize money. Read More

On February 25, the Scripps College of Communication was awarded $878,000 by the Ohio University Innovation Strategy program for the Immersive Media Initiative. Read More

The Barbara Geralds Institute for Storytelling and Social Impact has a new home in Scripps Hall which promises to be a hub of activity and a wealth of opportunities for creative and collaborative partnerships. Read More

For senior Kyle Loftus, it’s “the little things” like giving directions to visitors and handling paperwork for Scripps College of Communication staff members that make his job as a Scripps College Ambassador a rewarding one. Read More

The Steven L. Schoonover Center for Communication holds 12 conference rooms, each designed with features tailored to enhance communication. Read More

Cheyenne Buckingham, a junior studying journalism in the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, will be speaking at TEDx WorthingtonED in Columbus, Ohio on Saturday, Feb. 27. Read More

The Scripps College of Communication was awarded $878,000 by the Ohio University Innovation Strategy program for an “Immersive Media Initiative”. Read More

Alumnus Jeff Scardino, BSJ ’08, ranked 12th on Business Insider’s “The 30 most creative people in advertising under 30” article released this January. Read More

The School of Media Arts & Studies has created a partnership with the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) to conduct research on customer satisfaction. Dr. Drew McDaniel, director of the School of Media Arts & Studies, has connected his graduate Quantitative Research Methods (MDIA 6020) course with this project. Read More

Social media platforms, including Twitter and YouTube, played a key role in the latest Scripps Visiting Artist event featuring acclaimed singer-songwriter Sharon Van Etten on Friday, Feb. 19. Read More

There was joy and celebration recently as seven teams – 23 Ohio University students – were notified that they had made it to the final round of this year’s competition to come up with innovative solutions to media and communication industry challenges. Read More

Students in the J. Warren McClure School of Information and Telecommunication Systems take courses where they progressively learn a foundation of technology and software that build upon one another. The Information and Telecommunication Systems (ITS) Labs are where students pick up these hands-on skills and training that employers and internship coordinators look for when choosing qualified candidates. Read More

Students interested in the music industry have the chance to hear from an artist whose name and acclaim are on the rise. Read More

Ohio University will host the third annual Bob Moran Sports Symposium at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 19, in the Schoonover Center Auditorium. The symposium will feature graduates of OHIO’s Scripps College of Communication who have carved out careers in sports writing and broadcasting. These individuals will share their insights into the state of sports journalism during what has become an annual tribute to a man who brought passion to the profession. Read More

A team of students from Scripps Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) is working to raise awareness of student veterans on Ohio University’s campus. The team members will construct and implement a public-relations campaign as part of the 2016 Bateman Competition, a PRSSA national case study competition, according to a news release.  Read More

Kaitlin Hatton, a junior studying commercial photography in the School of Visual Communication, recently appeared on “The Today Show” to explain the Delta Gamma sorority photo series she created to combat stereotypes. Read More

The African Media4health, a four-member group, will present its award-winning project about non-communicable diseases titled "Roll Back NCD” in the Multicultural Center on Thursday, Feb. 18. The team includes Kingsley Antwi-Boasiako, a third year doctoral student in the School of Media Arts & Studies. Read More

Kingsley Antwi-Boasiako, a third year doctoral student in the School of Media Arts & Studies, will travel to multiple African countries after winning separate awards for his independent research and team health solution presented at the 2015 Global Health Case Competition. Read More

Five students from the School of Media Arts & Studies, along with five others from the schools of Journalism and Visual Communication, spent their winter break in Spain studying screenwriting and documentary storytelling. Read More

Seven teams of Ohio University students are one step closer to potentially winning up to $10,000 this spring in the Scripps Innovation Challenge. In total, 31 teams registered for this year’s Challenge and 13 teams submitted final project proposals. Read More

Last semester in his Journalism 1010 course at Ohio University, professor Bob Stewart flew a drone in class. Kaitlyn McGarvey has been hooked ever since. “I was completely blown away, and I was like, ‘this is the future of media,’” the freshman recalled. “It’s so much more cost-effective, (and) you can get so many nice pictures. I think it’s a skill that’s going to be necessary to be in the (journalism) field very shortly.” Read More

Students in the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism have a new outlet for their creative ideas and classroom assignments, and it comes in the form of classroom walls and windows they can write on. Read More

Winston Breeden III, BSC ’93, was one of two Ohio University alumni to receive the Konneker Medal for Commercialization and Entrepreneurship on Wednesday, Feb. 10 during the Inventors Dinner held at the Ohio University Inn and Conference Center. Read More

Seven finalist teams were announced today for the 2016 Scripps Innovation Challenge, setting the stage for the teams to compete next month on Pitch Day for $25,000 in prizes. Read More

Ohio University has awarded the 2015 Konneker Medal for Commercialization and Entrepreneurship to two alumni for their innovations in the fields of product development and cancer therapy. Winston Breeden III, an alumnus of the Scripps College of Communication, and Joseph Jachinowski, an alumnus of the Russ College of Engineering and Technology, were recognized for their accomplishments at the Ohio University Inventors Dinner on Feb. 10. Read More

This summer the Ohio University Scripps College of Communication is offering a limited number of $500 scholarships for students taking at least 10 credit hours in communication courses, one of which must be a Summer Session I course entitled Scripps College Summer Academy (COMM 2900), which will be led by Dean Scott Titsworth. At least two courses should be on-campus classes. Read More

On January 29, during an awards luncheon at Walt Disney Imagineering headquarters in Glendale, California the winners of the Walt Disney Imagineering’s 25th Imaginations design competition were announced. The first place prize went to a four-person team that included Courtney Irby, a senior in the School of Media Arts & Studies studying games and animation, and Media Arts & Studies alumnus Geoffrey Backstrom, BSC ‘15. Read More

The Scripps College of Communication in partnership with the School of Media Arts & Studies and OU WIMI (Women in Music Industry) will host critically acclaimed singer-songwriter Sharon Van Etten on Friday, Feb. 19 from 10:30 a.m. to Noon in Glidden Music Hall. Van Etten will visit Ohio University as a part of the Scripps Visiting Artist Series, sitting down for an onstage and live-streaming interview about her widely-heralded career. Read More

In a second-story apartment on Court Street, a student film crew prepared to shoot the final scenes of a short movie Saturday night just as the sidewalks below began to swell with people. Read More

The Scripps Howard Foundation awarded a nine‐day journalism study trip to Japan to nine college journalists, winners of its annual Roy W. Howard National Collegiate Reporting Competition. Ohio University student, Bianca Hillier, a junior studying broadcast journalism in the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism with a specialization in diversity studies, was selected as one of the winners. Read More

Award-winning public radio documentarian Dr. Amina Hassan, MA ‘00, Ph.D. ‘05, will be returning to Ohio University on Thursday, Feb. 11 to discuss her book, Loren Miller, Civil Rights Attorney and Journalist. Read More

Since the first classes were held in Schoonover Auditorium during fall semester 2015, the versatile space has hosted film screenings and guest speakers, including Tom Sly of the E.W. Scripps Company. Read More

A recent article published on the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association (NSSA) website features lessons that Peter King, BSJ '79, and Allie LaForce, BSJ '11, learned while attending the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism. Read More

People from across the world participated in the Global Game Jam, an event where Global Game Jam Inc. encourages people to create video or non-digital games in two short days. This is the second 48-hour Global Game Jam that OUGDA has participated in. Read More

Detroit Free Press photojournalist Regina Boone, a former graduate student in the School of Visual Communication, had her photo of a 2-year-old child from Flint, Michigan chosen as the image for Time magazine’s Feb. 1, 2016 cover. Read More

In celebration of Ohio University alumna Beverly Jones’ new book, “Think Like an Entrepreneur, Act Like a CEO,” the Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs, Scripps College of Communication and ohiowomen will host a book release party from 4:30 to 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2016, at The Ridges, Building 21, Athens, Ohio. Read More

Around 60 Ohio University alumni attended a Washington Policy Forum kickoff event in Washington, D.C., on Thursday, Jan. 28 in the Capitol Visitor’s Center. Organized by the College of Arts and Sciences, the Scripps College of Communication, the Ohio University Alumni Association and the Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs, the forums, held quarterly, aim to reconnect alumni in the nation’s capital to Ohio University.  Read More

School of Visual Communication student Anastasia Bradley has a passion for helping potential and incoming students find their place in the Scripps College of Communication, the program that first attracted her to Ohio University. Read More

The School of Visual Communication’s new gallery space in the Steven L. Schoonover Center for Communication opened on Jan. 30 to showcase a collection of photographs by Kyra Willner, a senior studying commercial photography who passed away Wednesday, Dec. 16, 2015 in a motor vehicle accident in New Mexico. Read More

During winter break, the School of Visual Communication worked hard to complete their new cyclorama wall so it would be ready for students to use during spring semester. Read More

The American Red Cross held a blood drive in the Steven L. Schoonover Center for Communication on Wednesday, Jan. 27 to help satisfy an emergency need for blood. Read More

The producers of student teams participating in the School of Media Arts & Studies 14th annual 48-hour Shootout will gather in Baker University Center, Room 347, at 5:00 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 5 to mark the official start of the film competition. Read More

Luke Fikaris, the first College Ambassador to represent the J. Warren McClure School of Information and Telecommunication Systems, enjoys taking care of Scripps School of Communication students and faculty from his front desk position in Steven L. Schoonover Center for Communication lobby. Read More

The Ohio University Scripps College of Communication hosted Cocoa with the Dean on Tuesday, January 26 in the Schoonover Center for Communication. Students, faculty and staff were treated to free hot cocoa and an array of candy toppings throughout the day. Read More

Subscribers of DIRECTV in the Columbus market can now receive PBS affiliate WOUB-TV from Ohio University in Athens, Ohio thanks to a reclassification in the DMA (designated market area) in which WOUB-TV moved from Huntington/Charleston to the Columbus market. Read More

Being developed this semester is the School of Communication Studies COMS Research Lab, a space designed to study how individuals and small groups communicate verbally and non-verbally with one another. Read More

Ohio University’s Scripps College of Communication will host the National Association of Broadcasters Education Foundation’s (NABEF) Media Sales Institute May 15-26 to train recent college graduates for careers in media sales. Read More

Alysia Burton Steele, MA ’10, an Ohio University School of Visual Communication graduate and author of Delta Jewels: In Search of My Grandmother's Wisdom, received the 2016 Mississippi Humanities Council Public Humanities Preserver of Mississippi Culture Award for her work to document and save the culture of the state. Read More

School of Visual Communication alumnus Daniel Owen, BSVC ’15, was named the Runner-up College Photographer of the Year (CPOY) in the 70th annual College Photographer of the Year competition. Read More

Will Drabold, a senior in the Honors Tutorial College at Ohio University studying journalism, has won first place for enterprise reporting in the prestigious national competition sponsored by the William Randolph Hearst Foundation. Read More

The Scripps College of Communication’s Harris Student Support Center is a resource available to all Scripps College students that offers a variety of free student services. Read More

The university community is still grieving from the loss of School of Visual Communication senior Kyra Willner, who passed away on Dec. 16, in a motor vehicle accident in New Mexico. The university community, friends, faculty, staff and family are invited to attend a celebration of Kyra Willner’s life to be held on Saturday, Jan. 30 at Hillel at Ohio University. Read More

The Scripps College of Communication is committed to providing value to the educational environment, which is why Dean Scott Titsworth created the first college Diversity Committee in 2014. Since then the committee, made of faculty, students, alumni and E.W. Scripps Co. representatives, has come together to enhance the mission of the college, present educational opportunities and to partner with schools and other organizations on special projects. Read More

This Saturday, Jan. 16, the Barbara Geralds Institute for Storytelling and Social Impact will document the efforts of the Athens Lady Bulldogs basketball team who will raise awareness about childhood cancers as they take on Point Pleasant High. Read More

Though a Star Wars fan, School of Media Arts and Studies alumnus Brad Shaffer, BSC '02, was not at the "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" red carpet premiere in Los Angeles to see epic light saber battles on the screen, but to work as a technical director for the live streaming of the premiere for starwars.com. Read More

John Swartz, BSC ’05 from the Honors Tutorial College and MA ’06 from the School of Media Arts & Studies, goes from fan to co-producer of new “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” and finds his career at Lucasfilm. The Post talked with Swartz about his rising career at Lucasfilm, advice for recent graduates and his favorite character. Read More

In a few short weeks Courtney Irby, a senior in the School of Media Arts & Studies majoring in games and animation, and Media Arts & Studies alumnus Geoffrey Backstrom, BSC ’15, will be traveling to California to participate in the 2016 Walt Disney Imagineering Imaginations Design Competition. Read More

The 2016 Scripps International Innovators Cup provides student teams from the U.S. and around the world with the opportunity to develop innovative ideas and entrepreneurial abilities by solving a media-related challenge. This annual competition follows a similar structure as the prestigious Scripps Innovation Challenge at Ohio University but opens the opportunity for global teams. Read More

A family of J. Warren McClure School of Information and Telecommunication Systems alumni are aiding graduate students who have completed the program in their job search process by providing them with a unique gift. Read More

Encouraged by the enthusiasm of Scripps College of Communication students and professionals, College Ambassador Shyann Williams doesn’t mind going the extra mile to help them navigate the new Steven L. Schoonover Center for Communication. Read More

Jonathan Steiner, from Virginia Beach, is a sophomore in the J.W. McClure School of Information and Telecommunication Systems. He currently studies ITS and is planning on Management Information Systems as an area of concentration. Read More

Before Scripps College of Communication introduced the College Ambassador Program this past summer, recent Ohio University graduate Colin Cottrell, BCS ’15, served as a receptionist for the Dean’s Office for four consecutive years. Read More

The faculty workshop titled “Emerging Classroom Designs: An exploration of impact on teaching and learning” was held on Monday, Dec. 14 with a crowd of over 75 in attendance from departments across Ohio University. Read More

The Ohio University community is mourning the death of senior Kyra Kurt Willner who died Wednesday, Dec. 16, in a motor vehicle accident in New Mexico. Read More

Scripps College of Communication celebrated approximately 160 undergraduate and graduate students during the Fall Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, December 12, 2015. Read More

Alumna Judy Dashiell, BSJ ’86, has a long history and multifaceted relationship with Ohio University and honors that bond with professional service and resources. Read More

E.W. Scripps School of Journalism student Zulfa Rizqiya is invested in her role as a female leader in her native hometown of Athens and, this past summer, in Manhattan, New York where she joined Wunderlich, Inc. to work on media for fashion and celebrity clients. Read More

The Scripps College Ambassador Program began with a single communication student, Abby Paige, who helped a group of Scripps administrators shape the College Ambassador position during the summer of 2015. Read More

The School of Media Arts & Studies has launched registration for its 2016 High School Media Workshop which offers high school students the opportunity to interact with MDIA faculty while learning the latest techniques in audio, video, games & animation, storytelling/producing, and social media, as well as specializations in many additional academic areas. The workshop is slated to take place in Athens from July 13-16, 2016 and interested students are encouraged to register today as space is limited! Read More

Ohio University Scripps College of Communication Visual Communication Director Emeritus Chuck Scott, who passed away Nov. 20, 2015, was recognized by Hon. Steve Stivers of the U.S. House of Representatives on Dec. 2. Read More

For Erica Molfetto, the Scripps Innovation Challenge offered a bigger payoff than its $25,000 prize pot. Her experiences with the Scripps Innovation Challenge rewarded her like it has other past participants. She obtained an internship in New York City and it helped her set out on an unexpected career path. Read More

On Thursday, Dec. 3 the Radio Television Digital News Foundation (RTDNF) announced six recipients of its 2016 First Amendment Awards. The 26th annual RTDNF First Amendment Awards honor individuals and organizations for their work on behalf of First Amendment freedom. Read More

The 31 teams that registered before the Nov. 20 deadline represent a cross section of Ohio University undergraduate and graduate students, including those majoring in journalism, engineering, business and physics. Read More

Three experts from the University of Minnesota—and authors of a new book on the active learning classroom model—will be on campus Monday, Dec. 14, to present “Emerging Classroom Designs: An exploration of impact on teaching and learning.” Read More

Tim Goheen, associate professor and director of the School of Visual Communication, traveled to Augsburg, Germany to lead a group of German students in a hands-on infographics and data visualization workshop Nov. 9-13, 2015. Read More

Ohio University E.W. Scripps School of Journalism faculty and students participated in the first Triangle Research Workshop, a collaboration between Hong Kong Baptist University, Zhejiang University, Leipzig University and Ohio University which took place Nov. 16-18, 2015 in Hong Kong. Read More

Kyle Henke, a sophomore studying screenwriting and producing, is following in the footsteps of John Swartz, an Ohio University alumnus and co-producer of the upcoming Star Wars: Episode VII — The Force Awakens. Last year, Henke and his friends decided to start their own film company — Spin Cycle Films — after meeting Swartz during their spring break trip to Los Angeles. Read More

The Ohio University National Communication Association Student Club was named the 2015 Club of the Year at the 101st Annual National Communication Association (NCA) Convention. Read More

The Ohio University School of Media Arts & Studies will host a retirement reception for longtime professor Don Flournoy from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, Dec. 11, 2015, in the Lower Atrium of Schoonover Center. Read More

Four Ohio University Scripps College of Communication faculty, all from the School of Communication Studies (COMS), won awards at the National Communication Association conference this past weekend in Las Vegas. Read More

Ohio University School of Visual Communication Director Emeritus Chuck Scott, who founded the visual communication program at Ohio University in 1976 and served as director of the school from its founding in 1986 to 2003, passed away Nov. 20, 2015, at the age of 91. Read More

Award-winning National Geographic photojournalist Dennis Dimick will lead the celebration of International GIS Day and Geography Awareness Week at Ohio University during the second annual GIS Open House from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Nov. 18, 2015, in the lower level atrium of the Steven L. Schoonover Center for Communication. Read More

Marquis Maines, a junior interactive design major in the School of Visual Communication, is using his time in Athens to gain more than an education. Growing up in inner city Cleveland, Maines has always used art as a medium of personal expression. Read More

On Nov. 12 the 70th College Photographer of the Year (CPOY) and Still Photography Division winners were announced, which included wins for five students and one alumnus from the Ohio University School of Visual Communication. Daniel Owen, BSVC ’15, was named the Runner-up College Photographer of the Year with a Silver award in the Portfolio category. Read More

Scripps College of Communication Dean Scott Titsworth will once again award funding to winning student organizations at this year’s College Celebration during Communication Week (March 14-18) on the main campus of Ohio University in Athens. Read More

Michael France, a School of Media Arts & Studies student from the Honors Tutorial College, was recently elected as the new Audio Engineering Society Student Delegate Assembly Vice Chair for North & Latin America at the 139th Audio Engineering Society Convention which took place Oct. 28- Nov. 1 in New York City. Read More

Global media company Mashable is challenging Ohio University students participating in the annual Scripps Innovation Challenge (SIC) to solve a unique real-world communication problem. Read More

In December, Ohio University Media Arts & Studies Professor Josh Antonuccio will be taking five Ohio University students to Austin, Texas, for a week to work with Jim Eno, producer and founding member of Spoon. Read More

The Ohio University Hugh M. Culbertson Chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America (Scripps PRSSA)’s on-campus student-run public relations firm, ImPRessions, won the PRSSA Dr. F.H. Teahan award for 2015 Chapter Firm of the Year at the 2015 PRSSA National Conference in Atlanta, Georgia. Read More

Danielle Keeton-Olsen, a senior studying journalism, received a Provost Undergraduate Research Fund (PURF) award for her Honor’s Tutorial College thesis project, Law Enforcement & Community Relations in Appalachian Ohio. Read More

Seven public media stations in Kentucky, Ohio and West Virginia, led by Louisville Public Media, have been awarded a $445,000 grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) to establish an Ohio River regional journalism collaboration. Read More

The Ohio University Forensics Team, the Speaking Bobcats, competed at the OFA “The Heart of It All” invitational, hosted at Muskingum University in New Concord, Ohio, on Nov., 7. Read More

John Grimwade, assistant professor in the School of Visual Communication, gave a presentation on “Communicating Visually” at the second annual Marketing Symposium hosted by Ohio University Communications and Marketing on Wed., Nov. 4. Read More

The day after Veterans Day, Nicole Eugene, a doctoral candidate in the School of Communication Studies, will host a free workshop titled “Hidden Poetry: How does poetry help people who carry the hidden wounds of war and trauma?” Read More

Dr. Laeeq Khan has accepted a position with the School of Media Arts & Studies as an assistant professor and as the co-director of the Social Media Analytics (SMART) lab at the Scripps College of Communication. Read More

Ohio University’s Dr. Bill Rawlins, stocker professor of interpersonal communication in the School of Communication Studies, was featured in The Atlantic last month for his research on communication between friends across the course of their life. Read More

School of Communication Studies senior Kaorin Marshall and social work major Katherine Morua were recognized in an awards ceremony by Ohio Department of Public Safety Director John Born and Ohio Anti-Human Trafficking Coordinator Elizabeth Ranade Janis for their efforts to combat human trafficking in Ohio on Oct. 29, 2015. Read More

It was 10 years ago this fall that Ohio University’s Scripps College of Communication launched its Game Research and Immersive Design (GRID) Lab with the goal of becoming a leader in interactive digital technology used in curriculum, research and industry. Read More

Craig Davis, associate professor in the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, was nominated this past spring as a 2015-16 University Professor Award Recipient. Read More

Tom Sly, senior director of digital revenue for The E.W. Scripps Company, spoke to Ohio University students in the School of Media Arts & Studies on Oct., 28 about “Online Media”. Read More

The Scripps Dean’s Advisory Council (DAC) met in New York City Oct. 21-23 for its fall meeting. Thirteen of the 23 council members were in attendance to meet with alumni and interns at various businesses and to talk about college initiatives. Read More

The Speaking Bobcats of Ohio University completed at Part 1 of the Al Johnson Memorial Tournament at Colorado College in Colorado Springs, Colorado on Oct., 23. Read More

This semester 15 students joined the Scripps College Ambassador Program, which adapted a traditional receptionist position to include the responsibility to give tours, participate in special events, and promote the college’s new brand. Read More

This annual celebration of the partnership between the Scripps Howard Foundation and the Scripps College of Communication gave students the opportunity to network and learn from communication professionals in the E.W. Scripps Company. Read More

The tenth annual Scripps Day at Ohio University celebrates the partnership between the Scripps Howard Foundation and the Scripps College of Communication and will take place Tuesday, Oct. 13. Read More

The Journalism That Matters (JTM) board elected Dr. Michelle Ferrier, associate dean for innovation, research/creative activity and graduate studies at the Scripps College of Communication at Ohio University, as president of the organization on Oct. 4. Read More

Four Scripps College of Communication faculty members were among the top ten Ohio University faculty members with the highest media placements in 2014. They were honored at a Faculty Newsmakers Gala on Sept. 29, 2015. Read More

A total of 72 participants gathered at the Athens Country Club for the 14th Annual Thomas Lonsbury Memorial Scholarship Golf Classic. Read More

A collection of black and white photographs taken by Ohio University alumnus Ken Steinhoff is on display at the Athens County Historical Society and Museum exhibit entitled “The Sky Has Fallen - Troops, Turmoil and Teargas." Read More

During the keynote panel that was both emotional and powerful, four women took the stage to put media organizations on notice that online harassment is not a personal issue, but a labor and free speech issue impacting women journalists in newsrooms today. Read More

The Speaking Bobcats of Ohio University placed 3rd at the 2015 Audrey Cunningham Forensics 500 Speech & Debate Tournament tournament hosted by the University of Indianapolis on Sept. 26. Read More

The 4th annual Scripps Innovation Challenge hosted a Kickoff event to over 150 interested Ohio University students in Baker University Center Ballroom on Sept. 21. Read More

Dennis Wagner, an investigative reporter with more than three decades of stories and accolades, visited Ohio University Sept. 22, to serve as a visiting professional, as one of the winners of the 2014 Farfel Prize for Excellence in Investigative Reporting. Read More

The following are the internship descriptions and details for our exclusive relationships with NBC’s TODAY SHOW, the Ohio Department of Public Safety, and OnSlot Creative for internships starting January 2016. Read More

The Scripps College of Communication is hosting the second annual Scripps Next Top Intern contest on Scripps Day, October 13. The event, which is open to all Scripps College of Communication students, will result in one student winning $3,500 internship stipend along with a trophy from the Scripps Howard Foundation. Read More

The Ohio University Scripps College of Communication once again invites alumni, students, faculty, staff and friends to visit the Steven L. Schoonover Center for Communication during Ohio University’s Homecoming celebration on Sat., Oct. 10, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Read More

The Ohio University School of Communication Studies will host a one-and-a-half day symposium, “Communication and Social Change in the Americas,” featuring six communication scholars from North and South America on Tuesday, Sept. 15 and Wednesday, Sept.16 in Baker University Center. Read More

On Thursday, Sept. 10, Schoonover Auditorium had every seat filled, and even had people lining the walls and sitting on the steps for the free screening of the “Creative Abundance” documentary. Read More

Attendees consumed over 800 hot dogs, veggie dogs and bratwursts grilled by the Dean and Directors out on the new Schoonover patio. Read More

The Ohio University Scripps College of Communication and the School of Media Arts & Studies has cancelled the Social Media Boot Camp planned for Oct. 8, 2015. Read More

There will be a free public screening of the documentary film 'Creative Abundance' on Thursday, September 10 at 7:00 p.m. in Schoonover Auditorium. Read More

Dean Scott Titsworth, of the Ohio University Scripps College of Communication, invites the university community to attend a free cookout on the patio and in the lobby of the newly completed Steven L. Schoonover Center for Communication on Tuesday, Sept. 8, from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Read More

The first Data Visualization Professional Development Day was held on Friday, August 21 with a crowd of over 60 in attendance from departments across the University. Read More

“Grafiti: Los Tatuajes de Quito,” a documentary shot in Ecuador by three students from the School of Media Arts and one from the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, won a Student Production Award at this year’s Ohio Valley Regional Emmy Awards Gala. Read More

Students interested in a career in journalism received an intensive four-day lesson in the profession during the Ohio University E.W. Scripps School of Journalism’s 2015 High School Journalism Workshop. Read More

The Society of Professional Journalists has named Nerissa Young as the David L. Eshelman Outstanding Campus Adviser Award recipient. Young teaches in the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University, where she advises the student SPJ chapter. Read More

John Grimwade, a renowned expert in infographics, began his tenure as an assistant professor in the Ohio University School of Visual Communication on July 15, 2015. Read More

This year marked the second annual High School Media Workshop, which took place from July 8-11, and welcomed students from eight states and an international student from Vietnam. The workshop introduced students to the latest techniques and equipment in audio, video, games & animation, and storytelling/producing. Read More

The Institute for International Journalism (IIJ) in Ohio University’s E.W. Scripps School of Journalism is hosting the Study of the U.S. Institute (SUSI) on Journalism and Media program for the sixth consecutive year. Read More

The Barbara Geralds Institute for Storytelling and Social Impact has been established in the Scripps College of Communication at Ohio University and was approved by the Ohio University Board of Trustees on Friday, June 26. Read More

Dr. Michelle Ferrier, associate dean for graduate students, research and innovation in the Ohio University Scripps College of Communication, has been named to the Online News Association’s 2015 conference keynote panel, which will headline its conference and awards presentation Sept. 24 -26 in Los Angeles. Read More

A new interdisciplinary initiative at Ohio University today released the first of several geographic information system maps of the United States that identifies which areas of the country are underserved by fresh local news and information. Read More

The American Society of Media Photographers (ASMP), the premier trade association for professional still and motion photographers, has awarded the 3rd annual Susan Carr Educator Prize to Terrill (Terry) E. Eiler for his significant contributions to the education of photography students and professional photographers. Read More

Hans Meyer, an assistant professor in the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University, is one of six members of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC), selected as 2015-16 Scripps Howard Foundation Visiting Professors in Social Media. Read More

As a collection of six different projects, teams of Scripps College of Communication students spent a semester producing self-generated communication ideas. From a business pitch led by an app, to podcasts, to a docu-fiction short film, to stories from the community. Each one standing alone, they are linked by the shared student collaborative experience. Read More

Kent Taylor, a recent graduate from the School of Media Arts and Studies, has just received 1st Place in the Script/Treatments category at the International Christian Film Festival for his screenplay, A Soldier’s Gift. Read More

This weekend, Ferrier was part of a panel presentation at the United Nations World Press Freedom Day, where she joined three others, all of whom aimed to promote better reporting, gender equality and media safety in the digital age.  Read More

The full list of winning news organizations for the 2015 Pulitzer Prizes were announced last week and two individuals from the Ohio University School of Visual Communication were among the organizations: alumna Grace Beahm (BS ’99) and current master’s degree candidate Marcus Yam. Read More

Joy Ride, one of three short films produced last year in MDIA 4719 (aka “419”), Advanced Narrative Production, won first place in the narrative division of the Broadcast Education Association's annual competition. Read More

More than 900 speech and debate students from throughout the nation participated in the 2015 National Forensic Association (NFA) National Tournament, hosted this year by Ohio University on its main campus in Athens April 16-20. Read More

With a solution addressing sexual assault on college campuses that includes an alert phone app and wearable alarm band, Team Du Monde of Ohio University has won the inaugural Scripps International Innovators Cup and the top prize of $5,000. Read More

For the first time in six years, an Ohio University student has been elected to the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) National Committee. Read More

Award-winning illustrator and informational graphic designer Daniel Garrow has been named the 2015-16 Knight Fellow in the Ohio University School of Visual Communication. Read More

Following last month’s trip to the South by Southwest Conference in Austin, Texas, 24 Ohio University students will be hosting two panel discussions to share about their experiences. Read More

Chris Pinchot, an Ohio University Scripps College of Communication senior studying interactive design and interactive media in the School of Visual Communication, won second place in the Patton College of Education’s “Why Public Education is Important” video contest. Read More

Liz Carter, who began her tenure as president and CEO of the Scripps Howard Foundation April 1, visited campus to meet with Scripps College of Communication Dean Scott Titsworth, students, and school directors on April 7, 2015. Read More

Michelle Ferrier, associate dean for innovation at Ohio University’s Scripps College of Communication, is developing an online tool to combat a growing problem for women news journalists and entrepreneurs in particular – cyberharassment. Read More

Renowned journalist and author Elizabeth Becker will speak as part of International Week at Ohio University on April 17 to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Khmer Rouge occupation in Cambodia. Read More

The Scripps College of Communication and The School of Media Arts and Studies will host Jim Eno, drummer and producer for the critically acclaimed band Spoon, on Tuesday April 14. Read More

Every summer, the school offers high school students and teachers the opportunity to interact with our faculty while learning the latest techniques for doing journalism in a school setting. Mark your calendar to attend the 2015 High School Journalism Workshop! Read More

The School of Media Arts & Studies has launched registration for its 2015 High School Media Workshop which offers high school students the opportunity to interact with our faculty while learning the latest techniques in audio & music, video, animation, social media, and specializations in many additional academic areas. Read More

Dr. Jonathan Rosenberg, developer of session initiation protocol (SIP) and current Vice President and Chief Technology Officer for Collaboration at Cisco, received the Strowger Award for Innovation in Telecommunications Luncheon and delivered the keynote address for ITS Day for the J.W. McClure School of Information and Telecommunication Systems on the main campus of Ohio University in Athens on March 26, 2015. Read More

The seventh annual Schuneman Symposium on New Media and Photojournalism, themed “Communication Action Heroes,” explored the entrepreneurism and innovation in the field on the main campus of Ohio University in Athens on March 24 and 25. Read More

Ohio University Scripps College of Communication Dean Scott Titsworth presented the college’s new brand, six months in the making, at the annual Scripps College Celebration on the main campus of OHIO in Athens on March 25, 2015. Read More

OHIO alumnus Michel du Cille and Mike Philipps, a longtime supporter, partner and friend of the college, were officially inducted into the Hall of Fame during a March 23 ceremony that also marked the beginning of the Scripps College’s annual Communication Week. Read More

Seven student teams at Ohio University walked away with $25,000 in prizes at Monday’s “Pitch Day” finale of the third annual Scripps Innovation Challenge. Read More

The Scripps College of Communication and Ohio University Libraries hosted a pair of regional spelling bees on March 14, resulting in the selection of two champions to represent Southeastern and Central Ohio at the Scripps National Spelling Bee May 26-28, 2015. Read More

The E.W. Scripps School of Journalism and the School of Visual Communication called the best new media entrepreneurs in North America for the annual Schuneman Symposium on Photojournalism and New Media. Read More

More than 150 journalists from across the country will meet this weekend (March 20-21) on Ohio University’s campus to improve their skills. The OU chapter of Society of Professional Journalists is hosting the Region 4 Conference. Read More

The Ohio University Scripps College of Communication and the Scripps Howard Foundation are proud to announce the winners and finalists of the annual Farfel Prize for Excellence in Investigative Journalism. The award, part of the Scripps Howard Awards, honoring the best work in the news industry and journalism education for 2014, goes to The Arizona Republic. Read More

Two presidents from Chicago brought down the house Saturday night at the annual white-tie dinner of the oldest and most exclusive club for Washington journalists. One was President Barack Obama. The other was Chicago Tribune Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist and Ohio University alumnus Clarence Page (BSJ ’69). Read More

Fresh from spring break, teams of Ohio University students are frantically prepping for the culmination of one of the nation’s best-known – and most lucrative – college innovation competitions. Read More

The Ohio University Scripps College of Communication will celebrate Communication Week 2015 from Monday, March 23 to Friday, March 27. Read More

The deadline for applications for both the Don Perris and Scripps Howard Internship Grant scholarships is Friday, March 13. Read More

WOUB Public Media’s Outreach Supervisor Suzanne Borchard received a grant of $3,500 from PBS to help teach children about birds. Read More

The Federal Communications Commission’s decision Thursday to impose strict new regulations on Internet service providers like Comcast, Verizon and AT&T will encourage new ideas according to Trevor Roycroft, associate professor in the J. Warren McClure School of Information and Telecommunication Systems of the Ohio University Scripps College of Communication. Read More

The J. Warren McClure School of Information and Telecommunication Systems is pleased to host a special guest speaker, Gigi Sohn, on Thursday, March 12, at 12 p.m. in the Baker Center Theatre. Read More

More than 50 graduating seniors filled Copeland Hall on Jan. 31, 2015, for the 13th annual Scripps Senior Saturday hosted by the Scripps Society of Alumni and Friends and the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism. Read More

Dr. Michelle Ferrier, associate dean for innovation at the Scripps College of Communication, recently led a team of women to the top award at International Women’s Media Foundation Summit and Hackathon in New York City. Read More

Dr. Judith Yaross Lee, a communication studies professor in the Ohio University Scripps College of Communication, has been awarded a Fulbright Scholar grant to lecture and conduct research as Senior Professor of American Culture at Leiden University in The Netherlands during the 2015-2016 academic year, the United States Department of State and the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board announced recently. Read More

Premiere dates have been set for screenings of "A Beautiful Remedy" at Clemson University and The University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Read More

Charlayne Hunter-Gault, an award-winning, multimedia journalist with more than four decades of experience, will serve as Ohio University’s Black History Month keynote speaker Feb. 18, at 7:30 p.m. in Baker Center Ballroom. Read More

Six student-produced short films earned accolades at the 13th annual Shootout Premiere on Feb. 1, at the Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium on the main campus of Ohio University in Athens. Read More

Ohio University Media Arts & Studies Students who spent their entire fall semester in Los Angeles, Calif. as part of the first every Semester-in-LA program gathered as a group to share their experiences and short films last Wednesday, Jan. 28, in the Baker Center Theatre. Read More

Finalists for this year’s Scripps Innovation Challenge will be announced Feb. 13, setting the stage for a “Pitch Day” showdown in which seven student teams will compete for $25,000 in prizes. Read More

When rendered vulnerable by sickness or disease, the human condition has few outlets that can lift the spirit and allow individuals opportunities to make sense of illness and its treatment. One outlet is the arts. Read More

Ken Ehrlich, BSJ ’64, was honored with a Hollywood Walk of Fame star on Jan. 28, 2015, for his remarkable nearly-five-decade career in television. Read More

The first public screening of the documentary “A Beautiful Remedy” took place Friday, Jan. 23, on the main campus of Ohio University in Athens in Baker Center Theatre with more than 200 audience members. The film, which profiles the Arts and Medicine Program at the University of Texas MD Anderson Children’s Cancer Hospital, was produced and directed by Dr. Lynn M. Harter, a professor and associate director for undergraduate studies in the School of Communication Studies and WOUB's Chief Editor/Videographer Evan Shaw. Read More

Scripps College of Communication Dean Scott Titsworth is pleased to announce a student organization funding opportunity for organizations within the College. Read More

The Game Research and Immersive Design (GRID) Lab will be hosting a participation site for the Global Game Jam January 23rd-25th, 2015. There are currently close to 500 sites worldwide participating. This is an open event for all Ohio University students and alumni. Space is limited. Read More

Media Arts & Studies students produced three short projects in Los Angeles during last fall’s inaugural Semester-in-LA Program. Join LA program participants for a screening and panel discussion on Wednesday, Jan. 28, at 7 p.m. at the Baker Theatre. Read More

A public screening for the locally produced documentary 'A Beautiful Remedy' will be held Friday, Jan. 23, at 6:30 p.m. at Baker University Center Theater on the campus of Ohio University. A reception will follow. Read More

When the American Humor Studies Association decided to devote its Fall 2014 issue of Studies in American Humor to MAD magazine, the AHSA was slammed with proposals. Ohio University School of Communication Studies faculty member and AHSA editor Judith Yaross Lee was impressed with the submissions. Read More

Scripps College of Communication student Eric Tiu is basking in the light of the support of the Scripps Howard Foundation. After being named one of two winners in the Scripps Next Top Intern contest, Eric was able to accept an exclusive internship with the Miss Universe Organization in New York City. Read More

With sexual assault on college campuses dominating the news in recent weeks, nearly half of this year’s Scripps Innovation Challenge teams at Ohio University in Athens, Ohio will be creating solutions to address this issue. More than 25 teams and 90 students from disciplines across the university will compete in this year’s Scripps Innovation Challenge, a media startup competition that offers a $25,000 purse for innovative solutions to media challenges. Read More

Ohio University School of Visual Communication (VisCom) student Sarah Erickson has been named the 73 West State Scholar. The award is a two-year renewable scholarship that was established by alumnus William C. Brand, BSC ’87, to honor the friends he made during his time as an Ohio University student. Read More

Ohio University senior Zainab Kandeh is this week's spotlight for msnbc's Women in Politics: College Edition, where promising women leaders in student government on college and university campuses across the country are featured. Read More

Josh Antonuccio, co-owner and operator of 3 Elliot Studio and a lecturer in the School of Media Arts and Studies, says new immersive methods could change the storytelling experience completely. Read More

The Athens High Bulldogs will take on Toledo Central Catholic for the Division III state football championship, and WOUB Public Media's "Gridiron Glory" will be there. Read More

Progressive Casualty Insurance Company, headquartered in Mayfield Village, Ohio, has been an avid supporter of Ohio University’s J. Warren McClure School of Information and Telecommunication Systems for years and employs a number of graduates and students in the program. In 2013, the company began offering a $2,000 scholarship for academic excellence. This year’s winner is Kahtan Al Jewary. Read More

Students in the entry-level journalism class yesterday took part in a Skype session with Ohio University alumnus Wesley Lowery, who was in Ferguson, Mo., to cover the aftermath of the grand jury’s decision in the Michael Brown case. Read More

Dr. Bob Stewart, director of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University will be awarded the Medal of Honor from one of the world’s most storied institutions: Leipzig University. Read More

Ohio University Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) board executive Melaina Lewis won the Ron Culp Scholarship for Mentorship at the Public Relations Student Society of America National Conference awards ceremony on Oct. 13 in Washington D.C. Read More

Ohio University’s Scripps PRSSA Chapter will welcome Fred Cook, CEO of Golin, an international communications firm, to speak in Walter Rotunda on Dec. 1 at 7 p.m. Read More

Scripps College of Communication faculty and students will be showcasing the research, partnerships and study abroad opportunities that have expanded the College’s reach around the world during this year’s International Education Week with activities on Wed., Nov. 19. Read More

Leah Petrovich, broadcast major and 2013 alumna, knew the feeling all too well when she said goodbye to Athens two years ago and took a position as a broadcast sports intern at WPXI-TV in Pittsburgh. Petrovich had spent the past four years at OU studying broadcast journalism, but after working for five months in the field, she wasn’t sure it was the right path for her. Read More

WOUB TV’s award-winning weekly football show “Gridiron Glory,” now in its 16th season, has increased its coverage of local conferences and also focused on social media channels as a means of reporting to and engaging with viewers. Read More

The Press Club of Cleveland’s Hall of Fame will honor Tom Suddes, an assistant professor in E.W Scripps School of Journalism, on Nov. 7. Read More

The Scripps Innovation Challenge is headed into its third year as a competition for Ohio University students to create solutions to real-world issues and compete for $25,000 in prizes. Read More

Ohio University students will experience the frenzy and fun of creating a business idea while learning from students who have blazed their own entrepreneurial paths from 4 to 6 p.m. on Oct. 30 at the Scripps Innovation Challenge Kickoff in Baker Ballroom. Read More

Dr. Bob Stewart, director of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, will be awarded the Medal of Honor from one of the world’s most storied institutions: Leipzig University. Read More

Danielle Elderkin graduated from Ohio University in 1998 with a bachelor’s degree in Journalism. Today she is founder and president of Cover Story Communications, a public relations, social media and visual communications agency. Read More

The ninth annual Scripps Day took place at Ohio University Tuesday, Oct. 14, 2014, on the main campus of Ohio University in Athens. Read More

Journalism professor Yusuf Kalyango, who was awarded a $485,000 grant to assist young and emerging African leaders, learned last week that one of the countries he’s been assigned, Cote D'ivoire, is neighboring ground-zero of the Ebola outbreak. Read More

Alumni, students, faculty, staff and friends are welcome to visit the Steven L. Schoonover Center for Communication Sat., Oct. 11, from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. for a Homecoming Open House. Read More

The second annual Guido Stempel Lecture will be delivered by this year’s recipient of the Guido H. Stempel III Award for Journalism and Mass Communication Research, Prof. Cliff Christians of the Univ. of Illinois, on Thursday, Oct. 9, at 7 p.m. Read More

The ninth annual Scripps Day at Ohio University will take place Tuesday, Oct. 14. This annual celebration of the partnership between the Scripps Howard Foundation and the Scripps College of Communication features a Scripps Expo where students share creative activity and collaborative projects, a plenary session and the naming of the Scripps Next Top Intern, which carries with it a $3,500 internship stipend. Read More

More than a dozen provocative films will be screened as part of the College Town Film Festival, which returns to Athens for a four-day visit Oct. 15-18. Read More

OHIO student Zulfa Rizqiya, a sophomore majoring in Strategic Communications, attended the LeaderShape Institute this summer in Champaign, Ill. Rizqiya was one of sixty students to attend the national session July 20-25. Read More

Mary Beth Tinker, one of the plaintiffs in the 1965 precedential lawsuit Tinker v. Des Moines, visited campus to discuss freedom of speech in Baker Theatre, September 25. Read More

Ohio University senior Alex Harshaw, a Scripps Innovation Challenge participant and president of the Entrepreneurship Club, spent his summer in New York City as a digital media intern at DreamIt Ventures, a media/tech accelerator in Manhattan. Read More

The deadline to apply for spring exclusive internships with the Miss Universe Organization, the Ohio Department of Public Safety and OnSlot Creative is Oct. 9. Read More

Andrew Hohman, an Honors Tutorial College student studying journalism through the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, won the prestigious Toyota Let’s Go Places Scholarship in July. Read More

“Joy Ride,” one of three short films produced last year in MDIA 4719, Advanced Narrative Production, was screened at the Cincinnati Film Festival on Sept. 21. Read More

Mary Beth Tinker, one of the plaintiffs in the precedential lawsuit Tinker v. Des Moines, will visit Ohio University to speak to classes and the community about the lawsuit that established free-speech rights for students in schools. An open session is planned Thursday, Sept. 25, at 5 p.m., in Baker Center Theatre. Read More

Twenty students in the School of Media Arts & Studies at Ohio University have officially started their semester in LA. All juniors and seniors, the students are taking a full load of classes focused on the business and production aspects of Hollywood. Read More

Fourteen students—ten from the School of Media Arts & Studies, three from the E.W. School of Journalism and one from Communication Studies—spent their summer in Ireland studying Screenwriting, Documentary Storytelling and Irish Culture Through Film. Read More

The ninth annual Scripps Day at Ohio University will take place Tuesday, Oct. 14, and will feature a new opportunity for Scripps College of Communication students to compete to become Scripps Next Top Intern, a designation that carries a $3,500 stipend. Read More

The Ohio University chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists accepted two awards at the the Student Union event conducted as part of Excellence in Journalism 14 conference presented by the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) and the Radio Television Digital News Association, on Sept. 5, in Nashville, Tenn. OHIO SPJ was named the Campus Chapter of the Year as well as Region 4 Campus Chapter of the year. Read More

Nearly 75 people gathered on the main campus of Ohio University in the lobby of the Steven L. Schoonover Center for Communication on Sept. 4 to celebrate the launch of a collaborative website for the Water Project, a public information clearinghouse for one of the region’s most important and disputed natural resources. Read More

On Sept. 4, at 4 p.m., a Water Project launch event and reception will take place to celebrate the collaborative project and work in progress. The event, which will take place in the lobby of the Steven L. Schoonover Center for Communication at 20 E. Union Street, is free and open to the public. Read More

The faculty of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism joins with the National Association of Black Journalists, the Radio Television Digital News Association, the Society of Professional Journalists (see statements below), and other news organizations in condemning the arrest of journalists, including alumnus Wes Lowery, carrying out their constitutionally protected work in reporting about the unrest in Ferguson, Missouri. Read More

Meg Omecene, a student in Ohio University’s Scripps College of Communication, has been named the winner of the second annual “#BobcatExperience Contest,” earning the honor of delivering the official student welcome at the President’s Convocation for First-Year Students. Read More

Perspectives, a WOUB Public Media series that started as a conversation-style show dealing with global issues has morphed into a cinematic, mostly monologue-based web series highlighting world problems, LGBT issues, disability and inclusion, sexual assault and more in an emotional, compelling way. Read More

Evan Shaw and Lynn Harter were recipients of an Emmy award Aug. 1 for an excerpt of a new documentary series “The Courage of Creativity.” Two student groups were also among the winners. Read More

Annie Flanagan, BSVC ’09, has won the FotoVisura Scholarship for Vermont Photojournalists and will attend a 2014 FotoVisura Summer Editing Workshop. Read More

To strengthen the “climate map” of the changing media ecosystem, Dr. Michelle Ferrier of Scripps College of Communication implored publishers of alternative news media to contribute their circulation data to the Media Deserts Project (www.mediadeserts.com) at their annual convention in Nashville, Tennessee on Saturday, July 12. Read More

Veteran award-winning journalist Allison Hunter will head WOUB’s news operation as editor-in-chief beginning August 11. Read More

More than 60 educators, including Ferrier, from across the U.S., Nova Scotia, Mexico and Austria gathered at the Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism at the City University of New York (CUNY) Graduate School of Journalism on Thursday, July 10 at the Journalism Entrepreneurship Educators Summit to share best practices, concerns and collaborate as what was a fringe movement to change journalism curricula has now come of age. Read More

Alumna Melissa Wervey Arnold and her husband Kevin have established the Wervey Arnold Family Scholarship, to benefit students in the Scripps College of Communication. Read More

Nearly 175 high school students from across the nation arrived at the main campus of Ohio University in Athens earlier this week for the High School Journalism Workshop and the first High School Media Workshop. Both workshops conclude Sat., July 12. Read More

The team EG 501 came up with an algorithm to monetize the Columbus Dispatch’s 190,000 Twitter followers through identifying communities on social media and customizing tweets to better serve existing followers. Its method landed the team of three the $10,000 first prize amount on Pitch Day of the Scripps Innovation Challenge student competition on Monday, April 21. Now two of the team members are taking their idea further. Read More

The Ohio Valley Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences has recognized two WOUB productions and a School of Media Arts and Studies production with student production awards. Read More

An exclusive partnership with the U.S. Soccer Federation announced in early November and a separate partnership with the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) has 18 E.W. Scripps School of Journalism students interning in Brazil and throughout Europe to cover the 2014 FIFA World Cup™. Read More

Several E.W. Scripps School of Journalism faculty played key roles in a statewide public records audit conducted by the Ohio Coalition for Open Government, the results of which were widely published throughout Ohio. Read More

Associate professor Frederick Lewis is currently serving as the writer in residence at Landfall, an artist’s retreat in the seacoast village of Brigus in Newfoundland. Read More

The Scripps College of Communication is seeking Scripps juniors, seniors and graduate students for its exclusive paid internship program with the Ohio Department of Public Safety (ODPS). Read More

WOUB Public Media hosted the nominations for the Ohio Valley Regional Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences on Wednesday, June 4. Read More

Associate Professor Mary Rogus of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University has been named the recipient of the 2014 Edward L. Bliss Award for Distinguished Broadcast Journalism Education. Read More

Thirteen participants attended the second annual Media Sales Institute (MSI) at Ohio University May 11-23. On May 23, they were awarded National Association of Broadcasters Education Foundation (NABEF) Media Sales certificates after completing the twelve-day course. Read More

Scripps Associate Dean Michelle Ferrier addressed the challenge of “A World-Class Newspaper in Every State,” during a panel conversation at the 10 Big Ideas for America conference May 15-16 in Washington, D.C. Read More

Sara Lewkowicz, a graduate student in the School of Visual Communication (VisCom) in the Scripps College of Communication at Ohio University, has won the 2014 L’Iris d’Or, Sony World Photography Awards Photographer of the Year, beating out more than 139,554 entries from 166 countries. Read More

Dr. Hans Kruse, a faculty member of the J. Warren McClure School of Information and Telecommunication Systems Management at Ohio University since 1991, will return as director of the school, a position he previously held from 1996 to 2000. Read More

Tim Goheen, an illustrator, designer and infographics specialist with nearly 30 years of professional experience, has been named director of the award-winning School of Visual Communication at Ohio University after a nationwide search. Read More

The Scripps Dean’s Advisory Council (DAC) has nearly doubled in membership in the past year. The council’s most recent meeting was conducted on campus April 3 and 4. Read More

Dr. Drew McDaniel, who has served as interim director of the School of Media Arts and Studies at Ohio University this past academic year, was named to the permanent post earlier this spring. Read More

Staff members from the Scripps College of Communication and WOUB Public Media at Ohio University took part in Mister Rogers Sweater Day on Thursday, May 1. Read More

rofessor Michael Sweeney and Professor Emeritus Patrick Washburn, of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University, have won the Covert Award for best mass communication history article, essay or book chapters in edited collections given by the History Division of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC). Read More

The annual VisCom Student Show, sponsored by the School of Visual Communication at Ohio University, opened Friday, April 25, with a reception. Read More

Two graduate students of Ohio University were recipients of the Fulbright U.S. Student Program awards and will be working on research projects overseas. Megan Westervelt will be at the Yasuni National Park in Ecuador, working on a research project that revolves around efforts to preserve the environment in an area facing oil development and will be using the camera as her tool. Read More

The E.W. Scripps School of Journalism established a Statehouse News Bureau program in September 2011 and, three years later, it continues to enhance the education of journalism majors at Ohio University while raising the reputation of the Scripps College of Communication at Ohio University throughout the state. Read More

Aimee Edmondson, an assistant professor in the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, will serve as the 2014 Graduate Commencement speaker on Friday, May 2, 2014. Read More

The second annual Scripps Innovation Challenge, a media innovation contest sponsored by the Scripps College of Communication and open to all students at Ohio University, concluded Monday, April 21 on the main campus of Ohio University in Athens when Team E.G. 501 took home the $10,000 first prize for its pitch to monetize the Columbus Dispatch’s 190,000 Twitter followers through identifying communities on social media and customizing tweets to better serve existing followers. Read More

Kyle graduated from Ohio University in 1980, earning a Bachelor of Science in Communication degree in radio/television and film communications. Read More

The Scripps College of Communication at Ohio University has signed an agreement to partner with Seelio, an online portfolio network, to provide professors and students in the College with the ability to create online portfolios that display their work to potential employers and the public at large, helping them to track their learning and create an online brand in the process. Read More

Confused?, an Ohio University student-run children's educational television show produced by AVW Productions, will be recording a live episode on April 17 from 6-7:30 p.m. in Athens East Elementary's gymnasium. Read More

Project C: Clicking Creates Change is an Ohio University student organization that aspires to tell the stories of unsung heroes in the community. Read More

The School of Communication Studies and the Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs held a social innovation forum on April 4 concerning hunger in Southeastern Ohio. Read More

The Ohio University Forensics Team, coached by the Cassese Director of Forensics Dan West, will be competing in two national tournaments in the coming weeks. Read More

The second Scripps Innovation Challenge at Ohio University will conclude Monday, April 21 with Pitch Day, when seven teams of finalists will present their innovative solutions to challenges posed by the media industry. Read More

One of the short documentaries being screened at the upcoming 2014 Athens International Film and Video Festival is one of four short projects created by students from the Schools of Media Arts & Studies and the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism during a winter break trip to Ecuador. Read More

Ohio University’s School of Media Arts & Studies will host award-winning music supervisor Thomas Golubić for an exclusive onstage interview about his work on shows such as Breaking Bad and The Walking Dead on April 14. Read More

Dr. Brittany Peterson, an assistant professor in the School of Communication Studies, was honored last week with the Central States Communication Association (CSCA) Outstanding New Teacher Award at the national conference conducted in Minneapolis, Minn. last week. Read More

While many students spent their spring break at home with their families or on a beach, nine Ohio University students traveled to Meadville, Pennsylvania to attend a two-day photojournalism conference. Read More

The Scripps Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) introduced some innovative new programming this year focused on professional development and progressing one’s career. The first ever PR Career Week was held February 23-27. Read More

Five Scripps students have spent the last few months planning and executing a campus-wide PR campaign as part of the annual Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) Bateman Case Study Competition. Read More

Seven Ohio University finalist teams were selected from field of 31 entries to advance in the 2014 Scripps Innovation Challenge at the Scripps College Celebration on Wed., March 26. Read More

The Scripps College of Communication awarded faculty, staff and students at the Scripps Celebration Wed., March 26, at 6 p.m. in Baker Ballroom. Read More

Ohio University’s Scripps College of Communication kicked off its annual Communication Week by welcoming home and paying tribute to one of its stand-out graduates. Read More

To support LGBT students with this unexpected financial need, the Hodsons created the Tom and Jan Hodson LGBT Support Fund. The fund is distributed by the director of OHIO's LGBT Center to support those students experiencing a financial crisis. Read More

“Enamor” and "exacerbate" were the winning words this past weekend as two Southeast Ohio middle school students advanced to the Scripps National Spelling Bee. Ohio University hosted the Regional Spelling Bee on Saturday, March 22, in Baker Theater where students from local counties competed for the chance to travel to Washington D.C. Read More

Allison Duda graduated from the Scripps College of Communication in 2006 with a degree in visual communication focusing on interactive multimedia. Read More

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel has been named the winner of the $20,000 Ursula and Gilbert Farfel Prize for Excellence in Investigative Reporting for its series “Deadly Delays,” which uncovered mismanagement of infant blood tests at hospitals nationwide. Read More

The Scripps College of Communication will celebrate Communication Week 2014 March 24-28. Events kick off Monday afternoon with Visual Communication Day speakers and continue in the evening with the induction of 1969 alumnus and Pulitzer Prize winner Clarence E. Page, into the Ohio Communication Hall of Fame. Read More

Ron Minto graduated in 1998 as an Information and Telecommunication Systems major. After Ron graduated, he worked for Accenture as an analyst before he started working for Cisco Systems. Read More

Eric Mayville graduated from the Scripps College of Communication in 2007 with a bachelor of science in visual communication. Eric interned with MTV, worked for different agencies after graduation and left all of those ad jobs to create Wondersauce. Read More

The twelfth annual 48-hour Shootout took place Feb. 21-23 as Media Arts and Studies students dedicated their weekend to the production of a short film. Read More

Ali graduated from Scripps College of Communication in 2011 where she majored in journalism in the public relations sequence. As a public relations coordinator, Ali assists in providing strategic communications efforts surrounding Ohio State’s initiatives to becoming a preeminent global university. Read More

Ohio University’s School of Media Arts and Studies (MDIA) will begin to offer a semester in Los Angeles program for juniors and seniors, beginning fall semester of 2014. Read More

Students might be dreaming of spring break or that first sunny volleyball game on East Green, but there are a couple of things that need attention first! The next few weeks are full of deadlines for Scripps College of Communication students. Read More

Ohio University couple Andy Alexander and Beverly Jones, both seasoned professionals in the communications industry, believe one thing will always be constant: change. That’s why they recently committed to establishing three funds through their estate that will help OHIO’s Scripps College of Communication and The Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs keep pace with the future of innovative thinking, projects and technology. Read More

Ohio University students and educators past and present and members of the local community packed the Baker University Center Ballroom Thursday, Feb. 20, to join award-winning journalist Soledad O’Brien in a conversation about race in America. Read More

Jordan Youtz graduated in 2011 with a bachelor of science in journalism from the Scripps College of Communication. His first job after graduation was with Simply Mac, the fastest growing Apple retailer. Jordan moved to Romania and started a company, The Charlie Burton Group, and works remotely for Clay Creative in Columbus. Read More

The new Social Media Certificate offered through the Scripps College of Communication is one the nation's first programs of its kind and aims to emphasize career access and social media literacy. Read More

The 12th Annual Scripps Senior Saturday, hosted by the Scripps Society of Alumni and Friends and the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, took place Saturday, Feb. 1 in Scripps Hall. Read More

The Scripps Innovation Challenge officially launched on Feb. 11 at its kickoff event, which featured a panel of professionals who spoke on the topic of understanding the media innovation space. Read More

Dr. Arthur Cromwell, an associate professor in the School of Media Arts and Studies and director of the Honors Tutorial Program in that area at Ohio University, and Seaira Christian-Daniels and Tessa Scott, both seniors at Ohio University, have been named panelists in the “Soledad O’Brien Presents Black in America” event slated for 5 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 20. Read More

Lindsey graduated from Scripps College of Communication in 2011 with a degree in journalism, specialization in advertising management and a minor in English. Read More

WOUB's Director and General Manager Tom Hodson talks with School of Communication Studies Director Michael Butterworth about the importance of messages, based on interpretation, images and the impact of the conveyed message. Read More

Ohio University’s nationally recognized Scripps College of Communication has been selected for an exclusive internship program with the Ohio Department of Public Safety (ODPS). In a partnership titled “Communicating for a Safer Ohio,” the ODPS will employ Scripps College students as interns to broaden the communication channels of the department. Read More

Writing for a top sports website is a dream for many sports journalists around the nation. For Alex Marcheschi, an Ohio University senior majoring in News and Information, it’s a reality. Marcheschi is a contributor to Yahoo! Sports, the most popular sports site online today with an estimated total of more than 125 million unique monthly visitors. Read More

Christopher graduated from the Scripps College of Communication in 2012 with a degree in audio production and a minor in music. Five months ago, while working full time for Huntington Bank, Christopher started an audio production company that specializes in music production and artist services. Read More

Award-winning journalist Soledad O’Brien will be visiting Ohio University this month as part of a multi-city speaking tour. Read More

Ohio University’s School of Media Arts and Studies will be welcoming high school students from around the region this summer for the first High School Media Workshop. The workshop, which takes place July 9-12, introduces high school students to the latest techniques in audio, video, animation and social media. Read More

Sixteen Scripps College of Communication students—twelve from the School of Media Arts and Studies (MDIA) and four from the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism—spent their winter break making 12-15 minute documentaries in Ecuador as part of a three-week study abroad program in Non-fiction Storytelling & Production. Read More

A crowd of students, faculty members and guests gathered in the lobby of the Schoonover Center on Thursday, Jan. 30, to honor Ohio University alumna, Dr. Pamela Shoemaker, as she received the inaugural Guido H. Stempel III Award for Journalism and Mass Communication Research. Read More

Ohio University Scripps College of Communication Dean Scott Titsworth has announced two major contests open to student organizations within the college. The Student Organization of the Year contest will award at least one $1,000 cash prize, while the funding contest will provide up to $3,000 per academic year to support extraordinary projects and activities within the student organizations. Applications and proposals are due by Friday, Feb. 28. Read More

Kirsten Elstner graduated in 1990 from Ohio University with a master’s in visual communication. She is the executive director of VisionWorkshops, Inc., a program that aims to provide educational and life-changing experiences for youth through the use of photojournalism. Read More

The Scripps College of Communication announces a series of events that will connect speakers and students on the topic of innovation as part of the Scripps Innovation Challenge (SIC). A SIC Kickoff, featuring a panel of four professionals, is set for Tuesday, Feb. 11. Read More

Ohio University alumna, Allie LaForce, stole the stage Jan. 12 as CBS’ sideline reporter for the Colts-Patriots game. Read More

Regina Donizetti, a junior journalism major at Ohio University, rang in the New Year in Times Square assisting in the production of Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest. Read More

Scripps College of Communication Dean Scott Titsworth and his wife, professor Lynn Harter, put a lot of thought into how they wanted to leave their legacy at Ohio University. Read More

The Scripps College of Communication has announced the selection of nine students who will be interning in New York City in 2014 – eight with the Miss Universe Organization (MUO) and one student with the TODAY Show. The MUO internship will be split up into two sessions, January through June for the Miss USA pageant and July through December for the Miss Universe pageant. The spring TODAY Show internship will begin in early January 2014. Read More

Justin graduated from the Scripps College of Communication in 2005 with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. After college, Justin worked as a sports anchor at an ABC affiliate in West Virginia. Read More

The state-of-the-art Steven L. Schoonover Center for Communication is now open to the public on the main campus of Ohio University in Athens. Phase I of construction concluded late last month, and Scripps College occupancy began Dec. 9. Read More

Bob Stewart, director of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, has established a scholarship to honor his mother while supporting students who are full-time, degree-seeking undergraduates enrolled in or accepted for admission to the school of journalism. Read More

Ohio University students will compete for $25,000 in cash prizes with the second annual Scripps Innovation Challenge, one of the nation’s most unique contests designed to develop creative solutions to real problems posed by media companies. Read More

Dan graduated in 1976 with a degree in advertising and is currently the CEO of Dahlen Communications. Dan knows the ins and outs of the advertising industry of fast food. From finding “Jared” for Subway and working with Wendy’s, Shoney’s, Burger King, Papa John’s, Dunkin Donuts, Domino’s, Quiznos and many more, Dan has made a name for himself in the industry. Read More

New media scholars from six countries presented nearly 85 research papers at an International Conference titled Changing Landscape in Communication with New Media Technologies in Tirupati, India, a joint conference coordinated by The Scripps College of Communication at Ohio University and The Women’s University (Sri Padmavati Mahila Visvavidyalayam) Department of Communications in India. Read More

Eric White graduated from Ohio University in 2012 with a major in advertising. Shortly after graduation, he sold his car, started a multimedia travel blog and backpacked around the United States for eight months. Read More

David Heimbach, a 1999 graduate of the J. Warren McClure School of Information and Telecommunication Systems at Ohio University, has been named COO of Cincinnati Bell. The appointment was effective Nov. 20. Read More

Max Rodriguez a 2012 Media Arts and Studies alumnus, is working as a videographer for rapper Juicy J. Read More

The Scripps College of Communication celebrated its international programs and relationships as part of Ohio University’s International Education Week. Read More

In the world of professional photography, there are two generally accepted distinct disciplines: photojournalism and commercial photography. Rarely are photographers able to accomplish a world-renowned reputation for excelling at both. However, guest speaker Dan Winters, who spoke at Ohio University Nov. 7, has successfully blurred the lines. Read More

Howarth graduated in 2010 from Scripps College of Communication with a bachelor of science in communication and a focus in public relations. Read More

Scripps College of Communication faculty and students will be showcasing the research, partnerships and study abroad opportunities that have expanded the college’s reach around the world during this year’s International Education Week activities being conducted Nov. 12-16. Read More

Dr. Laura Black, an associate professor in the School of Communication Studies, will head the Journal of Public Deliberation (JPD) as its new editor. She will be in charge of the new leadership team that includes two new associate editors. Read More

Sara Lewkowicz, a graduate student in the School of Visual Communication (VisCom) in the Scripps College of Communication at Ohio University, has been named the College Photographer of the Year in the 68th annual College Photographer of the Year competition. Read More

John Oyster graduated from the Scripps College of Communication in 2011 with a bachelor of science in communication. He majored in video production. Oyster won a Sports Emmy for Outstanding Live Event Turnaround from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences in May 2013 for his work on the 2012 Summer Olympics. Read More

The E.W. Scripps School of Journalism in the Scripps College of Communication at Ohio University has entered into an exclusive partnership with the U.S. Soccer Federation for the upcoming World Cup 2014 in Brazil. Read More

Lillie Ranney graduated in May 2013 from Scripps College of Communication with a degree in communication studies. Read More

School of Media Arts and Studies student Steven Van Dyne was recently elected as the new Audio Engineering Society Student Delegate Assembly Vice Chair for North & Latin America at the 135th Audio Engineering Society Convention, which took place Oct. 17- 20, 2013 in New York City. Read More

Megan Gallagher, a communication studies major, has recently launched the End Slavery Movement (ESM) on Ohio University's Athens campus to raise awareness about slavery. Read More

The National Press Photographers Foundation has awarded grants to four Ohio University students in the School of Visual Communication. Read More

Michael Cady graduated from Scripps College of Communication in 2001 with a bachelor of science in communication and a minor in business. As the senior account manager for Cisco Systems, Cady has owned and managed account responsibilities for four of Cisco’s top retail and financial services vertical accounts. Read More

Four graduates from the Scripps College of Communication were among those honored by the Ohio University Alumni Association Friday, Oct. 11, during the Alumni Awards Gala held during Homecoming weekend. Read More

The eighth annual Scripps Day event featured programs focused on students' professional skill development and post-graduate success as well as opportunities made possible through the partnership between the Scripps Howard Foundation and the college. Read More

Tom McKee graduated from Ohio University in 1973 with a bachelor of science in journalism. McKee received the 2013 Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Television Political Coverage from the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Southern California. Read More

Scripps Day on the main campus of Ohio University in Athens, conducted Oct. 8, 2013, brought high energy to Baker Center with active and engaged sessions featuring brainstorm activities, panels for students, an expo highlighting student activity in the Scripps College of Communication, and the announcement of a $5,000 increase in prize money for the second annual Scripps Innovation Challenge, which will award $25,000 to student innovators in April. Read More

Anslinger graduated from Scripps College of Communication in 2004 with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. After college, Anslinger began his career in news reporting and sports anchoring. Read More

The E.W. Scripps School of Journalism bestowed its highest honor—the Carr Van Anda Award—on Kathleen Carroll, executive editor for the Associated Press, on Monday, Sept. 30. Carroll spoke about today’s changing world of journalism to a large crowd in Baker Center Theater. Read More

The eighth annual Scripps Day will take place Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2013, on the main campus of Ohio University in Athens. The program will focus on opportunities available as a result of the partnership between the Scripps Howard Foundation and the Scripps College of Communication as well as students' professional skill development and post-graduate success. Read More

The Scripps College of Communication hosted an afternoon ice cream social for black alumni returning to the main campus of Ohio University in Athens and multicultural students on Sat., Sept. 28. Read More

A group of advisors to the J. Warren McClure School of Information Telecommunication Systems (ITS) recently set up a fund to encourage investment in innovation. Read More

In an opinion poll published earlier this week by Northeastern University and featured in The Chronicle of Higher Education on Wednesday, more than 1,200 hiring managers ranked professionals’ communication and writing skills more important than technical skills. Read More

A pair of Scripps College of Communication alumni are finding their professional niche through Sway the Crowd, a Columbus video production company they founded. Read More

On Saturday, Sept. 21, Dr. Bernhard Debatin, a professor in the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, will travel to the 2013 Carpathians/Appalachians International Conference at the Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University (PNU) in Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine, with three other OHIO faculty. Read More

Applications are now being accepted for the Scripps College’s exclusive internship program at the Miss Universe Organization. Read More

The School of Communication Studies at Ohio University welcomed Boase Award recipient, Kent A. Ono, to Ohio University on Friday, Sept. 13, where he gave a lecture on “The Rhetorics of Freedom and UnFreedom.” Read More

Ohio University’s School of Music and School of Media Arts and Studies will host Ira Kaplan, an indie musician and frontman of Yo La Tengo, on September 17 from 2-3 p.m. at Glidden Music Hall. Ira Kaplan will visit Ohio University for an onstage interview about the story and 30-year success of Yo La Tengo. Read More

Beginning in September, 30 Rockefeller Center will no longer be just a famous address to OHIO junior journalism major Angela Reighard, who dreams of eventually becoming the anchor for NBC Nightly News. The news and information major and political science minor has been selected as the next Bobcat intern to work with radio/television alumnus Matt Lauer at “The TODAY Show.” Read More

Approximately 430 first-year Ohio University students attended the Scripps College of Communication Welcome Weekend event held in Memorial Auditorium on the main campus in Athens this past Saturday. Read More

"The Fear Project," a creative endeavor of Associate Professor and alumnus Julie M. Elman in Ohio University's School of Visual Communication (VisCom), is featured front and center as "the picture show" on NPR.org today, Aug. 15. Read More

The BS in Communication features emphasis areas such as Games and Animation, Screenwriting and Producing, and Integrated Media. Read More

Evan Shaw, WOUB’s chief editor/videographer/producer, brought home four Emmy® awards Saturday night during the Ohio Valley Regional Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences’ annual event in Cincinnati. Read More

Steven L. Schoonover and wife, Renee Schoonover, both attended OHIO’s largest alumni event ever at the Cleveland Marriott Downtown at Key Center on Thursday, July 18, as part of the annual summer meeting of The Ohio University Foundation Board of Trustees. Read More

Dana E. Whitehair has been named General Manager of Delmarva Public Radio in Salisbury, Md. Read More

Sara Lewkowicz, a graduate student standout studying in Ohio University’s School of Visual Communication, has won the prestigious, international Ville de Perpignan Rémi Ochlik award, which carries a prize of €8000, or about $10,417.60. Read More

The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences’ Ohio Valley Chapter has recognized WOUB’s “Gridiron Glory” and Ohio University’s School of Media Arts and Studies’ student film “Made in Donegal” with student production awards. Read More

A multimedia journalist in today's industry wears many hats and this summer a group of high school students from around the country learned just what it takes to work in a converged newsroom as part of the Ohio University E.W. Scripps School of Journalism's High School Journalism Workshop. Read More

Fourteen students from the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism and the School of Communication Studies in the Scripps College of Communication traveled to Leipzig, Germany, May 14 through June 7 for a study abroad program focusing on travel journalism and cross-cultural communication. Read More

Scripps College of Communication Dean Scott Titsworth announces the hiring of Michael L. Butterworth as the new director of the School of Communication. The appointment is effective July 1. Read More

Susannah Kay, a senior in the School of Visual Communication at Ohio University, won the 2013 Photojournalism division of the William Randolph Hearst Foundation’s Journalism Awards Program. Read More

Scripps College of Communication Dean Scott Titsworth has announced the appointment of Michelle Ferrier, Ph.D., associate professor at Elon University in Elon, N.C., to Associate Dean for Innovation, Research/Creative Activity and Graduate Studies. Read More

Nineteen students enrolled in “Storytelling in Public Attractions” ended the spring semester at Ohio University with a seven-day trip to Walt Disney World in Orlando, where they fulfilled course requirements including park research, scavenger hunts and blog entries. Read More

Twelve participants of the Media Sales Institute (MSI) at Ohio University were awarded National Association of Broadcasters Education Foundation (NABEF) Media Sales certificates May 23 at the finale of the twelve-day course. This is the first year Ohio University has been chosen to host the Institute. Read More

Terry Eiler, a longtime professor of visual communication at Ohio University, stepped down as director of the School of Visual Communication earlier this spring. Read More

The Ohio University School of Media Arts and Studies and WOUB Public Media in Athens, announce graduate assistantships for women and persons of color to study public media. Read More

W. Lawrence “Larry” Patrick and his wife, Susan, hosted an alumni reception at the Woodrow Wilson House in Washington, D.C., on May 8 to announce their gifts to Ohio University’s The Promise Lives Campaign. Larry Patrick earned his doctorate from the Scripps College of Communication’s School of Media Arts and Studies in 1975. Read More

The Scripps College of Communication at Ohio University and Astute Solutions, headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, have teamed up to provide professors and students in the college with innovative software for educational use. Read More

More than a hundred students, faculty and alumni of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism gathered Friday, April 26, for a “Farewell to Scripps Hall.” The school’s faculty and staff will move to the new Schoonover Center for Communication in August, and E.W. Scripps Hall, the school’s home for 27 years, will remain in the College but will no longer be exclusively used by the School of Journalism. Read More

Dr. Lynn Harter, the Steven and Barbara Schoonover Professor of Health Communication in the School of Communication Studies, focuses her research, teaching and service on the practical application of health communication theory. Read More

Four short films that have been in development and production for over a year will have their Athens premiere at Mitchell Auditorium in Siegfred Hall this Saturday, April 27th at 7 p.m. More than 75 students worked on this year’s projects. Read More

Dr. Anita James, the Interim Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Programs and Services, will be retiring this spring after spending 35 years at Ohio University. She was honored at a reception Thursday, April 18, in the 1804 Lounge of Baker Center. Read More

The Information and Telecommunications Education and Research Association held their annual conference April 5-7 in Cincinnati. A number of McClure School of Information and Telecommunication Systems faculty, students and alumni were in attendance. Read More

In its third year of helping local nonprofits, Project C raised $1,218 to help nonprofit agencies in the area. Read More

"Nancy Cartwright: The Voice of Success," a documentary directed by Andie Walla, assistant video producer at Ohio University Communications and Marketing (UCM), will be screened twice on Tuesday, April 23, at 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. in the Baker University Center Theatre. After each screening there will be a question and answer session with Cartwright via Skype. Read More

The McClure School of Information and Telecommunication System’s student group, TSMA, traveled to Rio Grande, Ohio, on March 16 and 17 for a paid contracting job extended to them by the Buckeye Rural Electric Company. Read More

Ohio University’s Scripps College of Communication and the Center for International Studies have been awarded a United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) grant in the amount of $266,286 to continue to train UNICEF staff in communication for development (C4D). Read More

Two student organizations in the Scripps College of Communication hosted professional conferences at Ohio University this semester. Ohio University’s chapter of the Radio Television Digital News Association (OU RTNDA) and the Hugh M. Culbertson chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) organized conferences with esteemed speakers from the journalism, public relations and communications industry. Read More

Six Ohio University students shared the $10,000 grand prize of the inaugural Scripps Innovation Challenge on April 11 after presenting their idea for a mobile alarm clock app get more young people to consume news. Read More

Students from the Schools of Journalism and Visual Communication brought home 11 SPJ Region 4 awards, four of which were for first-place. Southeast Ohio Magazine was named best student magazine. Read More

In the summer of 2012, twenty Scripps College students collaborated abroad for six weeks to produce four documentaries outlining cultural traditions within Donegal, Ireland. Read More

The E.W. Scripps School of Journalism awarded scholarships and awards Monday, March 25. The Outstanding Overall Senior Award was presented to Sandhya Kambhampati. Read More

Bill Rawlins, the Stocker Professor of Communication in the School of Communication Studies, is devoted to educating his students by cultivating new ideas about communication, specifically interpersonal communication and communication in friendship. Read More

Ten finalists for the Scripps Innovation Challenge, an Ohio University campus-wide student contest sponsored by the Scripps College of Communication, were announced March 20, 2013, at the Scripps Celebration in Walter Hall Rotunda. Prizes for the contest, totaling $20,000 will be awarded after team presentations on April 11, in the Baker Center Ballroom. Read More

More than 150 students, faculty, staff and friends of the Scripps College of Communication attended a carnival-themed celebration “under the big top” of Walter Hall Rotunda on the main campus of Ohio University in Athens on March 20, 2013. Read More

CNN’s Candy Crowley and ABC7/WJLA’s Leon Harris were the guests for Scripps College’s Communication Week kickoff on Monday at 7 p.m. in Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium on the main campus of Ohio University in Athens. Read More

After eight rounds of competition, Matthew Pitcock, an 8th grader in Maysville Elementary School, won the Ohio University Scripps College of Communication Regional Spelling Bee held March 16, 2013, in the Margaret Walter Hall in Athens. Read More

Scripps College of Communication alumnus Rudy Maxa returned to campus to talk to students about travel journalism. He spent some time with WOUB's Tom Hodson to talk about his career. Read More

Communication Week 2013, a celebration of the Scripps College of Communication at Ohio University, will kick off at 7 p.m. on Monday, March 18, in Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium with CNN’s Candy Crowley and ABC7/WJLA-TV’s Leon Harris and a discussion on television journalism. Read More

WOUB’s Director and General Manager Tom Hodson talks with Gwen Ifill, the senior correspondent for PBS News Hour and the moderator and managing editor of Washington Week. Ifill was in Athens to receive the Carr Van Anda Award during the Schuneman Symposium. Read More

R. Smith “Smitty” Schuneman, an accomplished Ohio University alumnus and the benefactor of a generous $495,000 gift to the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism in 2009, was inducted into the Ohio Communication Hall of Fame after the keynote lecture of the fifth annual Schuneman Symposium on Photojournalism and New Media on Monday, Feb. 25, 2013, on the Ohio University campus. Read More

Dr. Robin Wright, associate dean in the College of Biological Sciences at the University of Minnesota, visited Ohio University on Feb. 15 to discuss the concept of active learning classrooms with Scripps College students, staff and faculty. Read More

Ohio University’s fifth annual Schuneman Symposium on Photojournalism and New Media will take place Feb. 25-26 in Baker University Center. All sessions are free and open to the public. Read More

Scripps alumnus Andrew "Andy" Alexander will serve as the 2013 undergraduate commencement speaker. A 1972 OHIO alumnus, he currently serves as the Scripps Howard Distinguished Visiting Professional in the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism. Read More

The annual 48-hour Shootout, a student competition open to all OHIO students and sponsored by the School of Media Arts and Studies, is back for the eleventh year in a row, with the competition beginning Friday, Feb. 15, at 6:30 p.m. Read More

For the eleventh year in a row, Scripps seniors and alumni filled Anderson Auditorium in Scripps Hall to tackle the hurdles seniors face upon graduation and seeking a job in a competitive industry. Read More

The White House News Photographers Association announced that senior visual communication student Meg Roussos of Ohio University has been named the WHNPA Student Photographer of the Year and visual communication graduate student Sara Lewkowicz of Ohio University was judged as the Award of Excellence winner in the 2013 WHNPA ‘The Eyes of History™’ student contest judging on Feb. 9, 2013, at the National Geographic Society in Washington, DC. Read More

Scripps College of Communication Dean Scott Titsworth announced the appointment of Beth Novak, BSVC ’98, MFA ’03, undergraduate director and assistant professor in the School of Media Arts and Studies, to Associate Dean for Student Success. Read More

Less than three years after graduating from the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, Garrett Downing gets a Super Bowl ring as a part of the Baltimore Ravens media staff. Read More

Five OHIO students are planning and implementing a local campaign to combat bullying amongst adolescents as a part of the annual Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) Bateman Case Study Competition. Read More

Scripps student organizations are encouraged to enter the inaugural Scripps Student Organization of the Year Contest by Feb. 8! Read More

A blood drive held by the Red Cross and sponsored by the Scripps College of Communication at Ohio University yielded 11 units of blood on Friday, Feb. 1. Read More

Women are breaking into sports media and a Scripps alumna was the first female to technical direct ESPN's broadcasts from the Super Bowl. Read More

On January 29, Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist Michael S. Williamson visited Ohio University to present his award-winning work in visual journalism. Read More

Raymie McKerrow, the Zumkehr Professor of Speech Communication in the School of Communication Studies, is focused on teaching his students to critically analyze the world around them as they are interacting with it, while also using his professorship to provide resources that help students further their academic endeavors. Read More

The Schuneman Symposium for Photojournalism and New Media's theme will for 2013 is “Excellence: Why it (still) matters.” Gwen Ifill, moderator and managing editor of “Washington Week” and senior correspondent for the "PBS NewsHour" will be the keynote speaker. The symposium will be held Feb. 25 - 26. Read More

The Ohio University Forensics Team, the Speaking Bobcats, dominated the Ohio Forensics Association Novice State Championship held at Ohio University in Athens, Jan. 25-26, 2013. Read More

Nearly 100 Ohio University alumni attended a Washington Policy Forum kickoff event in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday, Jan. 16. The event was the first in a quarterly series aimed at reconnecting alumni in the nation’s capital to Ohio University. Read More

The Scripps College of Communication has announced a student innovation contest open to all Ohio University students. The contest opened Jan. 17 and closes March 13. Read More

Scripps alumni are encouraged to nominate their top communication professor for the 2013 L.J. Hortin Faculty Mentor Award. Read More

WOUB is celebrating 70 years in operation by talking to former employees and alumni about their experiences as students. In this interview, WOUB's Joan Butcher talks with John Ray, who was on the air at WOUB for almost 40 years. Read More

The Ohio University Washington Policy Forum will conduct a kickoff event from 5 to 7 p.m. on Jan. 16 at the Capitol Visitors Center at HVC 201 A/B in Washington, D.C. Read More

Fred Kight trained thousands of Scripps College students during his 32 years at WOUB. He retired December 31. Read More

Executive Vice President and Provost Pam Benoit announced the appointment of Scott Titsworth as the dean of the Scripps College of Communication. Read More

While most Ohio University students will head home for the holidays during winter break, fourteen students will travel to Malaysia Dec. 15 through Jan. 9 to produce a short narrative film called “Home for Hari Raya.” Read More

In honor of the 100th anniversary of the Post Newspaper's publication, U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) entered the following statement into the Congressional Record on November 28, 2012. Read More

Innovation Ohio and TechGROWTH Ohio were named the official simulcast partners for Central and Southeast Ohio and will stream The Lean Starup Conference at The Innovation Center on Dec. 3. Read More

Nov. 28, 2012—Ohio University’s Project C was created in February 2011 by three School of Visual Communication (VisCom) students—Annette Drapac, Tony Guglielmi and Kyle Ackley—to reach out to the Athens community and its non-profit organizations via film, interactive design and philanthropy. Read More

E.W. Scripps School of Journalism alumna Jessica Beinecke is host of Voice of America's OMG! Meiyu, an English-language learning web show that teaches American slang expressions to Chinese students. She was featured on NPR's Talk of the Nation. Read More

Nov. 27, 2012—The Graduate Student Research Series @ Alden is back on Thursday, November 29 with a presentation by Ohio University Master’s candidate Katelyn Schlosser. Read More

Nov. 20, 2012—The Scripps College of Communication is pleased to announce the selection of eight students for 2013 internships with the Miss Universe Organization (MUO) in New York City. Read More

Ohio University’s Scripps College of Communication has been chosen as one of three universities nationwide to participate in the National Association of Broadcasters Education Foundation’s (NABEF) Media Sales Institute. Read More

Five students in the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism were hired by the Associated Press to help cover the election. Read More

Tom Hodson, Berman Professor of Communication and director and general manager of WOUB Public Media in the Scripps College of Communication, is committed to helping students prepare for careers in the media industry by focusing their experience on innovation and recognizing the need to look at where the industry is headed. Read More

Journalism students Sandhya Kambhampati, Keara Vickers and Seaira Christian-Daniels of E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University examine how Ohio’s Appalachia has become a blind spot and political casualty of presidential politics. Read More

The Connie Stevens Memorial Equipment Fund has been established in memory of former WOUB staff member, Constance Gay Miller Halbe Stevens, who passed away on September 13. The fund will help purchase student equipment. Read More

OCT. 30, 2012—Leon Harris, BSC ’83, HON ’99, a graduate of the Scripps College of Communication and anchor of WJLA-TV7, the Washington, D.C. ABC affiliate, received the 15th Anniversary Special Recognition Award at the World Of Children Award Ceremony Oct. 25 in New York City for his “life-changing work for children.” Read More

OCT. 29, 2012—Dr. Christina S. Beck, a professor in the School of Communication Studies in the Scripps College of Communication at Ohio University, has been nominated for Second Vice President of the National Communication Association (NCA). Read More

OCT. 25, 2012 - A video on the State Court’s upholding of early voting produced by School of Visual Communication Assistant Professor Becky Sell is currently featured on CNN.com. Read More

OCT. 18, 2012 - Several Ohio University School of Visual Communication faculty and friends had the opportunity to meet President Barack Obama prior to his speech in Athens on Wed., Oct. 17, thanks to a friend in high places. Read More

OCT. 16, 2012 - Media Arts and Studies students enrolled in Music Production: Mixing and Delivery recently welcomed a local band, “The Blues Cowboys,” into the recording studio in the Radio-Television building to record music. Read More

OCT. 16, 2012 - Allie LaForce, a standout 2011 graduate of the Honors Tutorial College studying broadcast journalism in the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, continues to make waves in the industry by being named co-host of a CBS late-night sports show. Read More

Can't make it to Homecoming? Watch the parade online! Read More

OCT. 11, 2012 - Russell Buettner, one of the 2012 Farfel Prize winners, visited campus to speak to SPJ on Sept. 18, 2012. Read More

OCT. 11, 2012 - The Marcellus Shale Documentary Project, which includes the work of VisCom alums Lynn Johnson and Martha Rail, is featured in the New York Time's lens blog. Read More

OCT. 11, 2012 - Tom Hodson talks about how cuts to public broadcasting will affect the services of WOUB Public Media. Read More

OCT. 3, 2012 - The Scripps College of Communication is launching a major student competition offering substantial cash prizes for solutions to innovation “challenges” posed by the media industry. Read More

OCT. 3, 2012 - Professionals from the Scripps Howard Foundation and The E.W. Scripps Company stressed the importance of innovative thinking and the need for students to brand themselves to stand out from the competition during the seventh annual Scripps Day conducted on the main campus of Ohio University in Athens on Tuesday, Oct. 2. Read More

SEPT. 28, 2012 - The seventh annual Scripps Day, hosted by the Scripps Howard Foundation and the Scripps College of Communication, will take place on the Ohio University campus Tues., Oct. 2, 2012. The theme for the day is “Challenges and Innovation: The Future of Scripps." Read More

SEPT. 20, 2012 - Twenty Scripps College students from four of the five schools within the college collaborated abroad for six weeks this past summer to produce four documentaries outlining cultural traditions within Donegal, Ireland. Read more Read More

Connie Stevens, an employee of WOUB from November 1979 through June 2001, passed away at her home in Albuquerque, New Mexico, on Thursday, Sept. 13, 2012. The following commentary was written in tribute by WOUB Public Media Director and General Manager Tom Hodson. Read More

The Greater Cleveland Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) has announced that Sienna Tomko, a senior at the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University, was selected as the recipient of the Chapter’s 2012 Public Relations Student of the Year Award. Read More

Dr. Raymie McKerrow, the Charles E. Zumkehr Professor of Speech Communication in the School of Communication Studies at Ohio University, will deliver the 7th Annual G. Jack Gravlee Lecture at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colo., on Sept. 6. Read More

For the second year in a row, Ohio University has partnered with UNICEF for a two-week training workshop on campus, bringing bright minds from all over the world to Athens from July 22 to Aug. 3 as part of a nine-month blended-learning course on communication-based improvement projects. Read More

Meg Roussos, a senior in the School of Visual Communication at Ohio University, recently won the Hearst National Photojournalism Championship and earned a $5,000 scholarship. Read More

The WOUB Center for Public Media has won two second-place awards in the Ohio Associated Press Broadcasters radio and television contest. Read More

After 32 years, Athens MidDay, the Scripps College of Communication’s student newscast that airs on channel 25, ran live for the last time on May 31, 2012. Read More

Students in the School of Visual Communication (VisCom) won 13 of the 39 print design awards in the 13th Annual Design Contest for College Students, sponsored by the Edmund C. Arnold chapter of the Society for News Design at Michigan State University (MSU), earlier this month. Read More

A tablet application created by Christina Baird, BSVC ’06, MA ’12, on Chuck Scott, co-founder of the visual communication program at Ohio University, has been approved by Apple and is now available on iTunes for $1.99. Read More

Alumni and faculty of the School of Visual Communication (VisCom) at Ohio University are seeking monetary support to endow the Chris Hondros Scholarship Fund, which will honor the late alumnus and war photographer by supporting a graduate scholar in the school. Read More

Senior Nadine Ajaka, double majoring in journalism and global studies with a focus on Africa, recently became the first ever Ohio University student to receive a Fulbright Scholarship to study and teach English in Jordan for ten months. Read More

The Scripps College of Communication at Ohio University recognized outstanding faculty and staff and inducted an alumnus and a foundation into the Ohio Communication Hall of Fame on Sunday, April 29, at the Scripps College Celebration in Baker Center on the Ohio University campus. Read More

Students in the Ohio University Multimedia Society (OUMS), most of whom study in the School of Visual Communication, traveled to the nation’s capital April 19-22 for networking opportunities and tours of companies that utilize multimedia. Read More

Bill Brand, BSC ’87, of Williamsville, N.Y., visited campus this past weekend to announce the establishment of the 73 West State Award, a two-year renewable scholarship for Scripps College students, in honor of the friends he lived with at 73 West State Street while a student at Ohio University. Read More

Ohio University welcomes more than 900 students from across the nation as the 2012 National Forensic Association (NFA) National Tournament kicks off today and runs through Monday, April 23. Read More

The VisCom Student Show at the Dairy Barn Arts Center opened April 10 and runs through April 25. This juried show features 150 pieces produced by undergraduate and graduate students. Read More

Dr. Marilyn Greenwald, a professor in the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, recently received funding from the Ohio University Research Committee (OURC) for her project, “Paying Her Dues: Pauline Frederick and Her Struggles in Television News.” Read More

Dr. Marilyn Greenwald, a professor in the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, recently received funding from the Ohio University Research Committee (OURC) for her project, “Paying Her Dues: Pauline Frederick and Her Struggles in Television News.” Read More

A group of designers, developers and entrepreneurs will create a business in just 54 hours during Startup Weekend Athens Ohio, planned on the Ohio University campus and Innovation Center on April 20, 21 and 22. Read More

On Wednesday, March 28 the Ohio University’s Forensics Team traveled to the Statehouse in Columbus to attend the House of Representatives session to be honored Representative Debbie Phillips for their recent state and national championships. Read More

Two Ohio University Visual Communication students are among five college photographers from around the United States who have been named winners in a preliminary round of the Picture Story/Series Competition of the Hearst Journalism Awards Program, now in its 52nd year. Read More

Two Ohio University Visual Communication students are among five college photographers from around the United States who have been named winners in a preliminary round of the Picture Story/Series Competition of the Hearst Journalism Awards Program, now in its 52nd year. Read More

The Scripps Howard Foundation on Friday announced the winners of its annual Scripps Howard Awards, honoring the best work in the communications industry and journalism education in 2011. Read More

College Magazine has recognized the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University among one of the top ten accredited schools of journalism in the nation. Read More

The Ohio University Scripps College of Communication Regional Spelling Bee, held on the Athens campus on March 10, 2012, ended with Spencer Brooks of Bexley Middle School accurately spelling the word “theomachy,” a word of Greek origin meaning “a battle of strife among the gods.” Spencer Brooks will represent SE and Central Ohio at the Scripps National Spelling Bee, May 27 to June 2, 2012, near Washington, D. C. Read More

The Scripps College of Communication, together with the College of Arts and Sciences and the Ohio University Office of Admissions, will host the regional SE Ohio Scripps Howard National Spelling Bee competition in Walter Hall at Ohio University on Sat., March 12. Seventy students from a 33-county regional area will compete, with the top finisher advancing to the national bee in Washington, D.C. on May 27. Read More

On Wednesday, March 7, at 7 p.m., in the Baker Student Center Ballroom at Ohio University, Media Arts and Studies associate professor Roger Cooper and additional OHIO faculty will show off their talents to raise money for St. Jude Children’s Hospital as part of Alpha Phi Omega- Delta Gamma’s Ava Nichols Faculty Pageant for St. Jude. Read More

Ohio University has received an Honorable Mention on the third annual list of schools with the best programs to study video game design by The Princeton Review (www.princetonreview.com), one of the nation's best-known education services companies. Read More

Rob McLaughlin, editor-in-chief and deputy publisher at Postmedia newspapers in Canada, is scheduled to speak March 1 at 7 p.m. in Walter Hall 145 as part of the Converge Symposium, a Scripps College of Communication series of talks aimed at examining technology and convergence in the industry. Read More

Pulitzer Center international journalist Habiba Nosheen will share her experience reporting on rape cases and the tradition of honor killings in Pakistan. Read More

Ohio University’s Debate Team won the title of National Champions of the College Public Forum National Debate Tournament at Butler University in Indianapolis, Ind., on Feb. 25, 2012. Read More

Several faculty members in the Scripps College of Communication have worked together over the past six months to create the Converge Symposium, a series of talks relating to the idea of convergence in the field. Read More

This past weekend, Ohio University’s Speech and Debate Team traveled to Miami University in Oxford and won the Ohio Forensics Association State Championship Tournament for the 5th consecutive year. Read More

Several Scripps College of Communication students will be traveling to Chicago and Los Angeles in the coming weeks for networking experiences and industry tours. Read More

Dr. Gregory Newton, an associate professor and associate director of graduate studies in the School of Media Arts and Studies, has recently been elected to serve as the 2012-2013 president of the Broadcast Education Association (BEA). Read More

Hiram Foster, an Ohio University junior majoring in Communication Studies, has received both the 2011 Outstanding Solon E. Summerfield Scholarship and the Ernest H. Garbe Award from the Phi Kappa Psi Foundation. Read More

While many professors and supervisors tend to frown upon students’ continuous use of smart phones and various social media sites, this was not the case on Saturday, Feb. 4, at the first annual #OhioU Social Media Summit sponsored by the Scripps Public Relations Students Society of America (PRSSA). From 10 a.m. until 3 p.m., attendees had their noses buried in their iPhones, Blackberry, and Androids, tweeting and posting Facebook statuses on all the remarkable information they gathered from visiting professionals. Read More

On Saturday, Jan. 28, more than 65 E.W. Scripps School of Journalism students gathered in the Scripps Auditorium for the tenth annual Senior Saturday event, which aims to give graduating seniors advice on entering the workplace and tools to handle the stress of a job search. Read More

Allie LaForce, a 2011 graduate of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism through the Honors Tutorial College at Ohio University, has been featured as one of the “Most Interesting People 2012” by Cleveland Magazine. Read More

Sonya Hebert, an alumna of the School of Visual Communication (VisCom) at Ohio University, has joined the White House photography staff and will cover the First Lady in addition to other assignments. Read More

The 10th annual Scripps Senior Saturday will be held from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, January 28, 2012, in Scripps Hall. Read More

Michael Stephens, a sophomore majoring in Digital Media at Ohio University, won 2nd place in the Game Career Guide “Location, Location, Location” Design Contest in mid-November, marking the third time during Fall Quarter he placed in the challenge series, a record for any student at Ohio University. Read More

Thanks to a unique program in the Scripps College of Communication, Larry Davis has completed the requirements for a degree he began in the early 70s. Read More

While other students are resting their turkey-laden stomachs and spending winter break working, taking classes or relaxing, 18 students from three schools in the Scripps College of Communication have been immersed in studies in Zambia in southern Africa as part of the “Zambia: Media, Society and Governance” study-abroad trip currently under way. Read More

Andrea Morales, who just recently completed her coursework and is now a candidate for a Master’s degree in the School of Visual Communication, has been named the winner of the inaugural TIME Next Generation Photography contest. Read More

George Peck, a first-year journalism student from Cincinnati, won a student writing competition sponsored by Sportadore, an online sports community. Read More

Brad Vest, an Ohio University Visual Communication graduate student, has been named College Photographer of the Year in the 66th annual contest sponsored by the University of Missouri in Colombia, Mo. Read More

Ohio University Provost Pam Benoit announced today, on behalf of the Scripps Dean Search Committee, that the following individuals will be interviewing for the position of Dean of the Scripps College of Communication. Read More

Ohio University Scripps College of Communication staff recently produced a report to celebrate and illustrate the Scripps College’s nine-year partnership with the American Cancer Society (ACS), which began in 2002. Read More

On July 1, 2011, interim directors were appointed to lead two of the five schools in the Scripps College of Communication. Read More

Marcus Yam, an alumnus of Ohio University, has won an Emmy Award in the New Approaches to News and Documentary Coverage category for current news. Read More

At a Scripps College of Communication reception to honor Honors Tutorial Dean Emeritus Dr. Joseph Berman, WOUB Director and General Manager Tom Hodson was named Berman Professor. Read More

Dr. Lynn Harter, the Steven and Barbara Schoonover Professor of Health Communication in the School of Communication Studies at Ohio University, received awards from the Organization for the Study of Communication, Language and Gender (OSCLG) on Saturday at the organization’s annual conference in Evanston, Ill. Read More

All are welcome to attend a reception hosted by the Scripps College of Communication to celebrate Honors Tutorial Dean Emeritus Joseph Berman and to name the Berman Professor. Read More

Veteran journalist and Scripps College of Communication alumnus Andy Alexander (BSJ '72) has been named Ohio University’s Alumnus of the Year. Read More

The Scripps College of Communication at Ohio University has established the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism Statehouse News Bureau, to be based in Columbus, Ohio’s capital city, to enhance the education its students receive in public affairs journalism. Read More

Project C, a Web site and fundraiser conceptualized and executed by four visual communication students and recent graduates of Ohio University, has been nominated for a 2011 Adobe Design Achievement Award. Read More

The Scripps College of Communication at Ohio University will host a conference entitled “Creating the Future: Managing Media in the Digital Age” on the main campus of Ohio University in Athens on Sept. 7. Read More

Aimee Edmondson, an assistant professor in the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism in the Scripps College of Communication, was honored with an N. Victor Goodman Honors Tutorial College Award, named in honor of Victor Goodman. Read More

Students in the School of Media Arts and Studies at Ohio University are reaping the benefits of having a successful music producer as a professor and a state-of-the-art studio at their disposal. Read More

Alumni of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism are being sought to attend an alumni “boot camp” sponsored by the school’s Society of Alumni and Friends at Ohio University on July 16, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Read More

The 2011-2012 student interns and alternates for one of the Scripps College’s most coveted exclusive internship programs at the “Today” show have been selected. Read More

Junior Allison Arnold, a public relations and political science major, was appointed to the Ohio Board of Trustees as the new student trustee last month. Read More

More than a dozen Scripps College of Communication students were honored at Ohio University’s Leadership Awards Gala conducted May 18, 2011, in Baker University Center on Ohio University’s main campus. Read More

In spite of the end-of-academic-year crunch, students in the Scripps College of Communication have churned out two dynamic multimedia sites, both of which have launched online in the past week. Read More

The J. Warren McClure School of Information and Telecommunication Systems (ITS) is once again challenging their undergraduate and graduate students. Read More

Ohio University students, faculty, staff and alumni crowded into Baker Center Ballroom Sunday evening to celebrate excellence in the Scripps College of Communication and to induct celebrated alumna Nancy Cartwright into the Ohio Communication Hall of Fame. Read More

The Scripps College of Communication was among three Centers of Excellence at Ohio University approved by the university’s Board of Trustees on June 26, 2009 and continues to be in contention for the designation in the newly-created University System of Ohio (USO). Read More

Students faculty, alumni and friends of the Scripps College of Communication gathered at the 2009 Scripps College of Communication Awards and Recognition Celebration April 23 in Ohio University’s Baker Ballroom. Read More

Saying they have been amazed by the rapid pace at which new media is developing, R. Smith "Smitty" Schuneman and his wife, Patricia, have made a $495,000 gift to the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University to establish an annual conference that will explore the discipline's changing face. Read More

Assistant Professor of Visual Communication Pete Souza has been named the Obama administration's official White House photographer. Read More

The Ohio University Foundation has received a gift of more than $850,000 from the estate of two veteran journalists to create the Bob and Koky Dishon Journalism Scholarship. Read More

Lynn Harter, associate professor in the School of Communication Studies, has been selected as the first Steven and Barbara Schoonover Professor of Health Communication. Read More

Ohio University President Roderick J. McDavis has announced the largest single gift from a living alumnus in the history of the institution. Read More

More than a hundred students, faculty, alumni and friends of the Scripps College of Communication gathered at the 2008 Scripps College of Communication Awards and Recognition Celebration May 8 at Ohio University’s Baker Center to honor Richard “Dick” H. Brown, BSC ’69, this year’s Ohio Communication Hall of Fame inductee and pay tribute to a successful year for the college. Read More

Working to cover living expenses while working toward a degree can present challenges for any student. Read More

Ohio University's School of Telecommunications and Game Research and Immersive Design (GRID) Lab have won a two-year, $702,000 grant to create a virtual world capable of making the real world safer. Read More

Ohio University has been named a partner in a multimillion-dollar effort that will affect the way agencies, media and citizens use communication to improve health and development worldwide. Read More

FOX News Chairman and CEO Roger E. Ailes, a 1962 graduate of Ohio University, has made a generous contribution to the university's Scripps College of Communication that will provide significant support for a new, technologically advanced newsroom. Read More

On a day set aside to celebrate a $15 million gift from the Scripps Howard Foundation to Ohio University's newly named Scripps College of Communication, students and other celebrants heard from communications industry leaders and the Marching 110 alike. Read More

On a day set aside to celebrate a $15 million gift from the Scripps Howard Foundation to Ohio University's newly named Scripps College of Communication, students and other celebrants heard from communications industry leaders and the Marching 110 alike. Read More

Alumnus Brian Unger, B.S.C. '87, provided a witty yet insightful commencement address during the morning ceremony. Read More

The Ohio University Board of Trustees met April 13-14 in Athens and approved the renaming of the university's College of Communication to the Scripps College of Communication. Read More

The Scripps Howard Foundation announced Tues., April 4, 2006, that it will give $15 million to Ohio University 's College of Communication. Read More