Posts Tagged ‘Bruce Konkle’

Scholastic Journalism events at the upcoming AEJMC conference in Washington, D.C.

July 26, 2013

Here is a list of events for the Scholastic Journalism Division of AEJMC at the 2013 Conference in Washington, D.C., in August: (more…)

Clark, Konkle will be honored in D.C. for their research by Scholastic Journalism Division

June 27, 2013

By Adam Maksl

Research to be presented during Scholastic Journalism Division sessions at the AEJMC Conference in Washington, D.C., in August again focuses on the most pressing social, historical and digital media-oriented issues in scholastic and collegiate journalism education.

Two traditional research sessions and a scholar-to-scholar poster session will include papers exploring the role of digital and social media in the student press, the effect of school racial demographics on the presence of student media, and a review of how college students use newspapers, just to name of few. In total, 12 different researchers will present eight papers. (more…)

AEJMC notebook

August 23, 2012

Chicago Defender’s Michael House makes a point during his MAC-SCHJ Luncheon talk. (Photo by David W. Bulla)


Here are a few news tidbits for the Scholastic Journalism Division gathered at the 2012 AEJMC convention in Chicago. It was held Aug. 8-12 at the Chicago Marriott Downtown Hotel on Michigan Avenue … (more…)

Pell to give honors lecture at Chicago convention

July 2, 2012

Cheryl Pell


The 100th anniversary convention for the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication is just five weeks away, and for the Scholastic Journalism Division the highlight of the Chicago conference will be the honors lecture by Cheryl Pell.

Pell recently retired as the executive director of the Michigan Interscholastic Press Association after a quarter of a century at the helm and is long-time member of the Scholastic Journalism Division of AEJMC. Pell is also a member of the Michigan Journalism Hall of Fame and an AEJMC Scholastic Journalism Division Educator of the Year winner. She said she is most proud of helping create a climate where scholastic journalism could grow in Michigan. (more…)