The 2015 JEA/NSPA convention will take place in Orlando, Fla., Nov. 12-15.
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MINNEAPOLIS – The Minnesota High School Press Association has presented its 2015 Journalism Educator of the Year honor to Kathryn Campbell of St. Paul Academy and Summit School and adviser to The Rubicon newspaper and its companion website. Campbell was recognized at the school in St. Paul on May 21. At the recognition, Campbell cited
Minneapolis — Scott M. Libin, the Hubbard Senior Fellow at the University of Minnesota School of Journalism and Mass Communication (SJMC), has joined the NSPA/ACP Board of Directors.Libin has three decades of experience as a journalist, including jobs on camera and behind the scenes, as a news director and as an educator. He is a
Entry forms are now available for MHSPA’s Gold Medallion and North Star Awards. Winners will be announced and recognized at the Minnesota High School Journalism Convention, Oct. 6, 2015. Gold Medallion awards are given in newspaper, magazine, yearbook, broadcast and online categories. There is no entry fee for members and a $5 fee per entry