Iowa State’s student chapter of the National Agri-Marketing Association (NAMA) will attend the 2004 Agri-Marketing Conference and Trade Show April 14-16 in Kansas City, Mo.
Three Greenlee School students attended a career day March 6 in Chicago sponsored by the Chicago/Midwest Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
The Greenlee School was notified March 22 that Matthew Christensen, a senior majoring in journalism and mass communication from East Moline, Ill., has placed 7th in the personality/profile writing competition of the Hearst Journalism Awards Program.
The Accrediting Committee of the Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communication unanimously approved the on-site evaluation team's re-accreditation recommendation during a March weekend meeting in Chicago.
Associate Professor Steve Coon and junior Andrea Hanna and senior Scott Rank, both journalism and mass communication majors, spent a week in February visiting media outlets in Brazil thanks to the Ellen Walvoord Enrichment Fund.
An alumnus who is now the president and CEO of National Investor Relations Institute in Vienna, Virginia, visited Iowa State’s Greenlee School the week of Feb. 2-6.
In 1985, Bugeja wrote “How-To News Writer: 25 Ways to Develop Reporting and Writing Skills,” which he updated and, with the help of the Iowa Newspaper Foundation, redistributed last year with a new cover.
To some students, Ethos is simply Iowa State’s student magazine seen in news racks around campus four times a year.
To the editors of Ethos, it’s a full-time job.
The three of us–Associate Professor Steve Coon, senior Scott Rank and junior Andrea Hanna touched–down in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on Feb. 15 and were welcomed by humidity and temperatures in the upper 70s.