Five University of Alabama students at the Society of Professional Journalists Southeastern regional conference this weekend in Gainesville, Fla. represent two generations of collegiate journalists, most of whom have worked at The Crimson White.
Twitter and Wiggio each make a contribution to the 2012 Gulf South Summit. Glad we’re using these tools to take the conference beyond the Lake Terrace Convention Center.
The University of Alabama was well represented at the 2012 Gulf South Summit on Service Learning and Civic Engagement in Higher Education held in Hattiesburg, Mississippi.
This is a live blog from the events of March 17, 2012– my 42nd birthday.
It was 42 years ago today that I came into this world. Photographs are great reminders of where we’ve been. These are just a few of the shots I’ve taken over the years.
As one of the guests on “For Such A Time As This” segment on Moody Radio South, I’ve found myself in the company of great preachers of the Gospel, who also were guests this week during Moody Radio South’s New Day Cafe.
Today’s verdict in the Virginia Tech wrongful death trial in Christiansburg, Va., has special meaning as it came down as I had just visited with people and places central to the tragic events on April 16, 2007.
In the effort to help students prepare for a magazine world where publications are shifts from paper to pixels, three professors shared some teaching tips based on their own research that might change the way we teach social media in our journalism classes.
Paul Isom made his case to attendees at the AEJMC Southeast Colloquium at Virginia Tech Friday. Now it’s up to AEJMC and SPJ to take another look at the free expression issues in this matter.
This Thursday and Friday, I will be interviewed by Pastor Martin Houston, a University of Alabama alumnus, on Moody Radio South about partnerships and alliances as part of a weeklong series “For Such A Time As This.”