Celebrate Ohio’s Best Journalism 2013 on Saturday, Oct. 5, at the world-famous Columbus Zoo and Aquarium.
The chapter’s 64th annual Founders Day meeting was a combination of fellowship, networking and acknowledgement of the achievement of area journalists. But along the way, a brick was also thrown.
The work of 14 central Ohio high school journalists is being recognized by the chapter via the third annual Martys Awards.
Would you or someone you know like to be the proud owner of a football autographed by OSU head coach Urban Meyer? How about a bow tie signed by OSU President E. Gordon Gee?
Bill Bush and Jennifer Smith Richards will be presented the First Amendment Award at the Central Ohio SPJ Pro Chapter’s annual Founders Day event for their work on the “Counting Kids Out” series, an investigation that continues to make headlines.
Nominations for new chapter directors have been made and it’s time for the membership to vote.
One of the highlights of the chapter’s Founders Day annual meeting is the silent auction where bidders try to outdo one another for a wide range of goodies.
Long before he became a politician, Mike Curtin made his name by writing about Ohio politics. The former Dispatch editor and freshman state representative for the 17th district will be our keynote speaker for the 2013 Founders Day, May 16 at the Fawcett Center.
Nicole Kraft, Ohio State University journalism professor and Central Ohio SPJ board member, chronicled David Carr’s visit to campus Friday in this Storify post.
Digital strategist Adam Schweigert spoke about the best “apps” and other digital tools available for journalists to a crowd of about 30 on Ohio State’s campus on Feb. 21.