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Clypian adviser and editor-in-chief of South Salem High School receive top NWSP/OJEA journalism honors

Clypian adviser and editor-in-chief of South Salem High School receive top NWSP/OJEA journalism honors

August 24, 2016


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Brian Eriksen, media and publications teacher and adviser at South Salem High School, has been selected as 2016 Mary Hartman Oregon Journalism Teacher of the Year. Eriksen is responsible for several student-run media outlets, including the newspaper, the Clypian, the student website, Clypian.com an...

Kathy Beyer named 2007 Oregon Journalism Teacher Of the Year

Kathy Beyer named 2007 Oregon Journalism Teacher Of the Year

September 1, 2015


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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, 2015


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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...

Greg Cantwell named 2014 Journalism Teacher Of Year

Greg Cantwell named 2014 Journalism Teacher Of Year

December 29, 2014


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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, 2014


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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...

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, 2014


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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...

Mary Hartman’s energy, enthusiasm inspires journalism teachers

Mary Hartman’s energy, enthusiasm inspires journalism teachers

Rob Melton, Contributing Editor

May 16, 2014


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By Rob Melton Mary S. Hartman, Oregon Scholastic Press executive director from 1975-1984, was a champion of student media during the heydey of scholastic media in Oregon. She trained and supported a generation of award-winning high school journalism teachers and students with enthusiasm, gusto, and intel...

Catherine Hampton learned first-hand about the newspaper business at Coos Bay World

Catherine Hampton learned first-hand about the newspaper business at Coos Bay World

Rob Melton, Contributing Editor

October 1, 2013


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Catherine Hampton was elected President of the state's journalism adviser organization, Oregon Journalism Education Association, in 2013 for a three-year term. She teaches journalism at Marshfield High School in Coos Bay, Ore. The publication she advises, The Marshfield Times, was named a 2013 Pacemaker...

Charles T. Duncan taught journalists to be tough, fair

Charles T. Duncan taught journalists to be tough, fair

Rob Melton, Contributing Editor

October 30, 2012


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To call Charles Duncan's 55 years of work simply a career does not speak to the insight and humor with which he approached it. For Duncan, the practice of journalism and the education of future journalists was a life's work—one that included working as a newspaper reporter, an author and columnist,...

Ellen Kersey is welcome addition to Oregon journalism community

Ellen Kersey is welcome addition to Oregon journalism community

Rob Melton, Contributing Editor

October 11, 2012


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New Oregon journalism advisers have been fortunate to work with JEA Mentor Ellen Kersey, CJE. She was a journalism teacher at Camarillo High School in Camarillo, California, before retiring from teaching public high school and moving with her husband Earl, a retired Baptist pastor, to the Salem area...

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