Innovative Outreach to Scholastic Journalism 2014 provides recognition to programs that support and foster pre-college media programsPosted on November 29th, 2013 No comments
by Julie Dodd
The AEJMC Scholastic Journalism Division is calling for entries of an innovative program or shared resource offered by a college or university that is targeted to high school, middle school or elementary school students or teachers.
The top innovations will be presented at a panel session at the AEJMC convention in Montreal, Canada. Each presenter will receive an award plaque. A maximum of three innovations will be recognized. The convention is Aug. 6-9, 2014.
The deadline for submitting an entry is April 1, 2014, at 11:59 p.m.
Scholastic Source (Nov. 2013) edition provides information about mid-winter meeting and highlights from DC conventionPosted on November 4th, 2013 No comments
Here’s the latest edition of Scholastic Source — SJD_Source_November2013
You’ll find the information you need to register for the mid-winter meeting, which will be held at the First Amendment Center in Nashville, Jan. 3-4.
Division co-chair Jeff Browne is handling registration. The registration form and information about the convention hotel are included in the newsletter.
The newsletter also includes highlights from the Scholastic Journalism Division’s activities at the AEJMC convention in Washington, DC, in August.
Past division chair David Bulla shares about the division’s special activities with Mary Beth Tinker and Cathy Kuhlmeier, both of whom were key figures in Supreme Court cases regarding student press rights.
You can read Karen Flowers’ Honors Lecture and hear her stories of what makes working in scholastic journalism so rewarding for advisers and often life-changing for the student journalists.
Thanks to Geoffrey Graybeal and Joe Dennis, who are editors of Scholastic Source.