UO College of Education and the School of Journalism and Communication present Teaching: Reclaiming the Craft

UO College of Education and the School of Journalism and Communication present Teaching: Reclaiming the Craft

March 23
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The University of Oregon College of Education and School of Journalism and Communication are holding a public gathering about teaching and media coverage of education issues in Oregon on Thursday evening, April 14 from 6-9 pm at Parkrose High School, 12003 NE Shaver St. Portland, OR. This event is FREE, but y...

OJEA and NWSP now accepting applications for Teacher of the Year and more

OJEA and NWSP now accepting applications for Teacher of the Year and more

January 25
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We’re now accepting applications for Mary Hartman Oregon Journalism Teacher of the Year, Oregon Rookie Adviser of the Year, and Oregon High School Journalist of the Year.  DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 15th for all awards  The Mary Hartman Oregon Journalism Teacher of the Year (TOTY) and Oregon Rookie Journ...

Kathy Beyer named 2007 Oregon Journalism Teacher Of the Year

Kathy Beyer named 2007 Oregon Journalism Teacher Of the Year

September 1
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From an article on the McMinnville Rotary meeting on Feb. 8, 2013.  Kathy Beyer has been teaching at McMinnville High School (MHS) for 22 years.  In 1998 she took over the high school newspaper.  Since then, MHS’ print paper, The Bruin, has won eight National Pacemaker Awards and has placed first in ...

Nerissa Ediza receives 2015 Hartman Journalism Teacher Of Year Award

Nerissa Ediza receives 2015 Hartman Journalism Teacher Of Year Award

J.D. McIntire, JEA State Director
August 8
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Parkrose High School journalism teacher Nerissa Ediza has been chosen as the Mary Hartman Oregon Journalism Teacher of the Year for 2015.Ediza advises a publication that receives no district money for publishing or operations costs. Her leadership and dedication to fundraising has enabled the school...

Ancil Payne Awards for Ethics in Journalism

Ancil Payne Awards for Ethics in Journalism

May 1
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Join the University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication (SOJC) in celebrating the 15th annual Ancil Payne Awards for Ethics in Journalism. An award ceremony and panel discussion honoring the winners will be held on both University of Oregon campuses, in Portland and Eugene. Portland's ...

Everything you need to know about Student Media Olympics

Simone Myers, Education Programs Assistant
March 11
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Make sure your journalism students receive the statewide recognition they deserve. It’s time to enter your staff’s best work of the year in the 2016 Student-Media-O-lympics. Review your newspapers, magazines, yearbooks, videos, podcasts, and websites for your best journalistic work this year an...

Greg Cantwell named 2014 Journalism Teacher Of Year

Greg Cantwell named 2014 Journalism Teacher Of Year

December 29
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Cantwell receives prestigious honor Greg Cantwell of Sheldon High School was named the 2014 Journalism Teacher Of the Year. With boosting letters of support from Sheldon High School’s principal, Dr. Robert Bolden, as well as letters from other teaching staff and parents, Mr. Cantwell is without a dou...

Bill Flechtner receives 2014 NSPA Pioneer Award for 45 years of service to scholastic journalism

Bill Flechtner receives 2014 NSPA Pioneer Award for 45 years of service to scholastic journalism

Rob Melton, Contributing Editor
September 29
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Bill Flechtner, MJE, is retired from teaching and advising after 45 years. He advised newspapers, yearbooks, and literary magazines at the high school and college levels. The Milwaukian newspaper he advised is in the NSPA Hall of Fame. Flechtner defended his publications several times from being subje...

Students learn about college at Fall Press Day

Students learn about college at Fall Press Day

Rob Melton, Contributing Editor
August 31
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Click here for the Fall Press Day registration form PFD: 2014 Fall Press Day Registration Teachers know any time they take students on a field trip to an Oregon college or university, it can be a life-changing experience -- especially when students experience UO journalism professors and media pro...

Lisa Lacy receives 2013 Hartman Journalism Teacher Of Year Award

Lisa Lacy receives 2013 Hartman Journalism Teacher Of Year Award

Rob Melton, Contributing Editor
May 28
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Lisa Lacy received the 2013 Mary Hartman Oregon Journalism Teacher Of The Year Award. The award honors Lacy's dedication and tireless support to educators across the state over many years. Lacy is the newspaper adviser at Tualatin High School. She is a past president of Oregon Journalism Education. Melo...

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