For the past several years, incoming advertising, journalism and public relations majors in orientation class have learned about two Iowa State University icons who define the culture of the Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication—Jack Trice, after whom the Division I football stadium is named, and George Washington Carver, the institution’s first African-American graduate and … Continue reading ISU icons inspire Greenlee students
Former Greenlee faculty member Karl Friederich passed away Friday, Aug. 28, at age 86 in his retirement home in Columbus, Georgia. Prof. Friederich was on the Greenlee faculty for many years before retiring in 1992. A rosary (8:45 a.m.) and visitation (9 to 10 a.m.) will precede the mass of Christian burial at 10:30 a.m. … Continue reading Retired Professor Karl Friederich Passed on Aug. 28
Thursday morning’s memorial under Iowa State’s campanile honoring journalists Alison Parker and Adam Ward, tragically killed during a live broadcast Wednesday morning, had a far-reaching impact as the journalism community dealt with the tragedy. The memorial was organized by Alex Duffy, senior in public relations, and offered students, faculty and staff a chance to come … Continue reading WDBJ Memorial Draws Regional Coverage
Greenlee students, faculty and staff gathered around the Campanile before classes Thursday morning to remember Alison Parker and Adam Ward, two journalists who were killed yesterday morning while reporting in Moneta, Virginia. The event was organized by Alex Duffy, senior in public relations. The following are the remarks made by Greenlee School Director Michael Bugeja … Continue reading Greenlee Holds Memorial for WDBJ7 Journalists
During an era of declining enrollments in some colleges and schools of communication, the number of majors in advertising, journalism and public relations at Iowa State’s Greenlee School has risen by more than 6% in the past three months and more than 50% in the past five years.
Tracy Lucht, assistant professor in the Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication at Iowa State University, has been selected to receive the 2015 American Journalism Historians Association National Award for Excellence in Teaching. Earlier this summer Lucht won the American Journalism’s Rising Scholar Award for her research. The annual AJHA Teaching Award honors a college … Continue reading Tracy Lucht Wins National Award for Excellence in Teaching