Category: Graduate Program

Newell Receives Second Distinguished Teaching Award

Whether he’s updating his course materials to accommodate international students or developing courses in cooperation with Google, Associate Professor Jay Newell has been an integral part in Iowa State advertising students’ success since joining the Greenlee faculty in 2003. This year, Newell’s innovations in the classroom have earned him recognition from not one, but two … Continue reading Newell Receives Second Distinguished Teaching Award

Bugeja Named 2015 Journalism Administrator of the Year

Director [Michael Bugeja]() has been named the 2015 Charles E. Scripps Journalism & Mass Communication Administrator of the Year. Established in 1953, the Scripps Howard Foundation’s national journalism awards competition is open to news organizations based in the U.S. and recognizes outstanding print, broadcast and online journalism in 15 categories. Two additional categories honor college … Continue reading Bugeja Named 2015 Journalism Administrator of the Year

Dennis Chamberlin Wins Fulbright Award to Ukraine

Iowa State University Associate Professor Dennis Chamberlin has received word that he won a Fulbright Award, one of the highest honors for American scholars and experts. Chamberlin has taught photography, multimedia and related courses at the Greenlee School for 11 years. He received a faculty development leave for the 2016-17 academic year and will be … Continue reading Dennis Chamberlin Wins Fulbright Award to Ukraine

Boyles Wins Scripps Howard Visiting Professorship in Social Media

Assistant Professor Jan Lauren Boyles will receive one of the six grants being awarded for participation in the 2016-17 Scripps Howard Foundation Visiting Professors in Social Media Program. The grant will enable her to visit a major daily newspaper for a two-week externship. Details of the visit will be released later in the week by … Continue reading Boyles Wins Scripps Howard Visiting Professorship in Social Media

Greenlee Researchers Peg TV as Top Source of Political Information for Caucus-goers

AMES, Iowa – Journalists from around the world filed countless reports from Iowa in the final days leading up to the Feb. 1 caucuses. According to the latest Iowa State University/WHO-HD Iowa Caucus Poll, voters rely on a variety of these reports for political information with national television news being the primary source. In addition … Continue reading Greenlee Researchers Peg TV as Top Source of Political Information for Caucus-goers

Greenlee Diversity Team to Present New Findings at ISCORE

In 2003, Director Michael Bugeja chaired the first Diversity Committee of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, writing a report titled “A Clear, Accountable Commitment to Diversity.” His team then surveyed units in the college on whether they mentioned diversity in their mission statements and strategic plans and whether they had a stand-alone diversity … Continue reading Greenlee Diversity Team to Present New Findings at ISCORE