JAWS member heads major new journalism institute

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By Kay Mills New Institute and JAWS Can Work Collaboratively Q & A with Pam Johnson Journalists today know that they must innovate for their print, broadcast and online media outlets to survive. Key to developing those innovations will be the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute at the Missouri School of Journalism in Columbia, headed […]

Knight Fellowships deputy director to lead Journalism and Women Symposium

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For Immediate Release Oct. 4, 2007 For more information, contact: Becky Day, Journalism and Women Symposium For more information about JAWS: Dawn Garcia, deputy director of the John S. Knight Fellowships for Professional Journalists, has become president of the Journalism and Women Symposium (JAWS), a national organization of women journalists. Garcia, who spent […]

JAWS Founder Tad Bartimus wins lifetime achievement award

JAWS Founder Honored by Washington Press Club By Patricia Sullivan Tad Bartimus was the Associated Press’ first female bureau chief and its first female special correspondent, a rare title only a few reporters earn (including JAWS member Linda Deutsch). Tad received the Washington Press Club’s Lifetime Achievement Award Feb. 13, 2008, at the annual Congressional […]

An online beacon for St. Louis

Launch gives hope for the future By Margie Freivogel Launching the St. Louis Beacon has been thrilling and terrifying, meaningful and confusing. Every day, I’m grateful to be part of this nonprofit online-only regional news adventure. We’re casting a stone into the pond of the future of journalism. You should throw some, too. Mike Miner […]

Gridiron gathering

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When Kathy Bonk sent out the word to Washington Jaws members that Edie Lederer and Linda Deutsch were coming to town for the Gridiron dinner and would love to see their JAWS sisters, she got a great response. She and her husband then graciously offered to host a brunch at their lovely apartment above the […]