At the start of the academic year, Iowa State University’s Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication ranked sixth in the nation in the category of affordability and quality education, according to College Factual, an online site that aggregates outcomes-based data, such as starting salaries, earning potential, student aid, tuition cost and return on investment based … Continue reading Greenlee Ranks 6th in Nation for Quality and Affordability
At the start of the calendar year, another college portal cited Iowa State’s Greenlee School as one of the best in the nation. Learn.org serves almost half a million visitors each month. A team of teachers, professional researchers and writers assembled rankings based on resources and prestige, including alumni awards and opportunities to use cutting-edge … Continue reading Greenlee School Touted as Top Program
With its tradition of maintaining a high standard of education excellence, it’s not surprising that the Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication has held professional accreditation since 1948. At the last meeting of the Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communications (ACEJMC) on May 6–7, the school’s re-accreditation was officially approved by the … Continue reading Greenlee Receives Unanimous Re-Accreditation
Iowa State advertising teams have been chosen by marketing professionals as semi-finalists in two national Collegiate Effie Brand Challenges, with one team in the V8+Energy brand challenge and one in Kleenex challenge, qualifying Greenlee School students for national final status.
Associate Professor Jay Newell has been selected as the recipient of the American Advertising Federation’s Distinguished Advertising Educator Award for 2016. Newell has been called many things throughout both of his careers — he joined the Greenlee School in 2003 after a renowned career in the cable television advertising industry — but he admits that … Continue reading Newell Named 2016 Distinguished Advertising Educator
Iowa State’s [Tracy Lucht](), assistant professor at the Greenlee School, has been elected to the Board of Directors of the American Journalism Historians Association, a high-visibility national position. Others elected with Dr. Lucht include Bowling Green State University’s Kathy Bradshaw and Eastern Kentucky’s Pam Parry. “Dr. Lucht is a brilliant instructor and scholar,” said Michael … Continue reading Lucht Elected to AJHA Board of Directors