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From the director:

Remembering Don Lambert

When I first arrived on campus as a young assistant professor back in 1987, I was assigned an office just a couple doors down the hall from Don. He had been on the faculty for 20 years, and clearly had a seat at the table when it came to shaping the direction of the school. When Don spoke up at meetings, people listened — especially young assistant professors!

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Handmade Scripps mugs now available!

Our brand new “Scripps Mug for Scholarship” is available to purchase online at the Bobcat Store. Here’s a video of Susie Abramovitz, a local potter, making one of the mugs.

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From the graduate director:

PhD student Nick Hirshon to give paper on 1969 Mets

Nicholas Hirshon, a PhD student in the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, has had a paper accepted for presentation at the 2015 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference in New York City.

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JSchool Publications

Journalism History Southeast Ohio

Journalism History is edited by Michael Sweeney. Southeast Ohio magazine is a production of students in the magazine journalism sequence.

International Communication Research Journal

The International Communication Research Journal (ICRJ) is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal published by the International Communication Division of the AEJMC — and produced at the Institute for International Journalism, E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, Ohio University. Edited by Yusuf Kalyango Jr., ICRJ encourages innovative theoretical and methodological backgrounds that advance our understanding of mass communication and news systems in developed and developing nations with clarity and updates on opportunities or challenges facing our business/profession now or in the future. Studies that are grounded in empirical research are strongly encouraged.