Author: conniefulkerson

Scholastic Journalism Week committee appointed to coordinate, expand annual programming

Seven student media advisers have been appointed to a Scholastic Journalism Week committee to plan and execute the organization’s signature SJW programming. PJ Cabrera, CJE, will lead the group as program coordinator. Cabrera teaches journalism at Judson High School in Converse, Texas, where he advises The Fuel student newspaper and The Rocket yearbook. In his…
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Minutes from the April 17, 2020, general membership meeting

Journalism Education Association General Membership Meeting Minutes 8 a.m. April 16, 2020 • 8 a.m. CDT Online  The Journalism Education Association conducted a modified, virtual general membership meeting available to members at 8 a.m. Central time April 17, 2020. Members accessed materials by logging in to with their username and password. To model the…
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Minutes from the April 16, 2020, board of directors meeting

Minutes Journalism Education Association Board Meeting April 16, 2020 • 8 a.m. Online meeting CALL TO ORDER A meeting of the Journalism Education Association board of directors took place April 16, 2020, online with all members present. It began at 8 a.m. CDT and was presided over by Sarah Nichols with Connie Fulkerson as secretary. ATTENDEES…
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SPJ and JEA name winners of 2020 essay contest

The Journalism Education Association and the Society of Professional Journalists announce three scholarship winners in the 2020 SPJ/JEA High School Essay Contest. More than 160 students participated in the nationwide contest, which was judged by 30 journalism educators from around the country. Established in 1998, the contest is a project of both JEA and SPJ.…
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JEA honors Hutcheson with Aspiring Young Journalist Award

THE SCIENCE GUY After Bill Nye’s presentation about climate change for the Arizona Speaker Series at Arizona Federal Theatre on Jan. 8, Tiffany Hutcheson (8) interviews him backstage. Hutcheson was only supposed to get a photo and a handshake but asked him about how students can speak up about climate change without the backlash from…
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