Category: Graduate Program

Four Greenlee employees win LAS awards

Four Greenlee School employees won College of Liberal Arts and Sciences awards for their service to constituents and Iowa State University. Daniela Dimitrova, director of graduate studies, won the International Service Award; Alyssa Rutt, program coordinator, the Professional and Scientific Outstanding New Professional Award; Shane Scherschel, integrated media specialist, the Professional and Scientific Award for … Continue reading Four Greenlee employees win LAS awards

Editor of Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly names Gang Han a top reviewer

Scholars often complain about the slow turn-around times in the journal peer-review process, as this recent article in Nature addressed, but journalism and communication journals often are timelier, especially when reviewers like the Greenlee School’s Gang Han analyze manuscripts. In recognition for his service to the flagship journal in our discipline, Journalism and Mass Communication … Continue reading Editor of Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly names Gang Han a top reviewer

Iowa Newspaper Association honors Greenlee Director Bugeja with Distinguished Service Award

AMES, Iowa — Michael Bugeja, director of the Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication, was one of four recipients of the 2017 Distinguished Service Award from the Iowa Newspaper Association at its 2017 Convention and Trade Show, held Feb. 1-3, 2017, at the Des Moines Marriott Hotel in Des Moines. The award recognizes long-time journalists … Continue reading Iowa Newspaper Association honors Greenlee Director Bugeja with Distinguished Service Award

Dahlstrom wins Conservation & Environmental Education Excellence Award, co-chairs symposium

Associate Director Michael Dahlstrom will be co-chair of the Organizing Committee for the Seventh Indonesian-American Kavli Frontiers of Science symposium, sponsored by the U.S. Agency for International Development and supported by the U.S. National Academy of Sciences and the Kavli Foundation. These symposia enable emerging young scientific leaders to become acquainted with their colleagues in … Continue reading Dahlstrom wins Conservation & Environmental Education Excellence Award, co-chairs symposium

Angela Powers named director of Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication

Angela Powers has been named director of the Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication at Iowa State University. Her appointment officially begins July 01, 2017. Powers will be the 16th director of the Greenlee School, and the first woman to serve as its director. Powers led the A.Q. Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communication … Continue reading Angela Powers named director of Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication

Greenlee School showcase in AEJMC Newsletter

Assistant Professor Jan Lauren Boyles and her mentor, Associate Professor Raluca Cozma, have a commanding presence in the November Newsletter of the Association for Education in Journalism and Communication, distributed to thousands of members. Boyles writes about “The (New) Building Blocks of the Digital Newsroom,” discussing creativity, computation and collaboration, gleaned from her time as … Continue reading Greenlee School showcase in AEJMC Newsletter

Fulbright Scholar Dennis Chamberlin represents ISU

Associate Professor [Dennis Chamberlin]() was a featured speaker earlier in the year at the prestigious Media forum in Lviv, Ukraine. Chamberlin is representing the Greenlee School and Iowa State as a Fulbright Scholar at the Ukrainian Catholic University in Lviv and reports the following: “I am fortunate to be working this year at the school … Continue reading Fulbright Scholar Dennis Chamberlin represents ISU

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