Besides attending the Scripps-Howard Entrepreneurial Journalism Institute at Arizona State University, I have five goals in mind for a weeklong trip to the Valley of the Sun, my fourth opportunity to spend time in Phoenix, Arizona’s state capital.
This is a live blog from the events of March 17, 2012– my 42nd birthday.
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.
BLACKSBURG, Va.– The first full day of the AEJMC Southeast Colloquium has come to an end and even though I have not been able to cull my photos and edit my video, there is at least time for a moment … Read More
Nine Ph.D. students in the University of Alabama’s College of Communication and Information Sciences presented 14 papers this weekend at the 2012 AEJMC Midwinter Conference hosted by the University of Oklahoma’s Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication.
From August 17 to August 24th, George Daniels is taking a six-day technology vacation.
A visit to Saint Louis University and the Gateway Arch were just two of things I had a chance to do before moving into the most intensive part of the week for the AEJMC 2011 conference.
We’re heading to Alabama’s Walker County for a daylong dialogue with University of Alabama student who are interning at various non-profit agencies in the town to Jasper.
Robin M. Ware and R. Pamela Adams are the social media superstars at the 18th Annual Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship International Conference in Atlanta.
Service Learning Research and Service Learning Program Evaluation are two different things, a key point mentioned at the IUPUI Research Academy, which is taking place this week here in Indianapolis.