Whittier Smallwood, center left, longtime pressroom manager for The Seattle Medium, explains printing operations to Karen Rathe’s Publication Design class (COM 491) spring quarter. At right, Amy Monroe peers into a barrel of black ink. Behind her are fellow students Holly Gordon and Andrew Hart.

UW Publication Design students visited The Seattle Medium Newspaper Group in the Central District to tour the home base of four radio stations, four newspapers and a printing press. Chris B. Bennett, co-publisher and editor who spoke with the students,…

Angeline Candido, who is pursuing bachelor’s degrees in both communications and English, received the EOP Endowed Scholar award at a celebration hosted by The Friends of the Educational Opportunity Program and the Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity on May…

Meaghan Peters and Camden Swita, from the University of Washington, were national finalists in the Society of Professional Journalists 2007 Mark of Excellence awards. They received finalist recognition in the breaking news category for their reporting of the story, “UW…

Alumni Profile: Bill Chamberlin

Source: Inside UF (University of Florida campus newspaper) Bill Chamberlin has been the Joseph L. Brechner Eminent Scholar in Mass Communications at the College of Journalism and Communications of the University of Florida since 1987. He now serves as Director…

Media, Race and Black Power in Popular Memory

The Thomas M. Scheidel Annual Faculty Lecture February 6, 2008 featuring Dr. Jane Rhodes Dean for the Study of Race and Ethnicity, Professor and Chair of American Studies Macalester College, Saint Paul, MN “Media, Race and Black Power in Popular…

Dr. Fred Zandpour holds a Ph.D. in Communication from University of Washington in Seattle and has taught marketing communication courses at Penn State University and Cal State Fullerton where he has been a professor since 1988. He has authored more…

By Michelle Zimmer Born in 1931, H. Dolores Dasalla Sibonga became the first Filipina-American lawyer in Washington state. On October 18, 1973, the Washington State Bar admitted her, making her the first Filipina-American woman member as well. Dolores Sibonga spent…

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