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The Sports Journalism Institute is set to welcome its 20th anniversary class this summer in Columbia, Mo. A group of six men and six women (four African-Americans, four Latinos, three white females and one Asian-American) make up the Class of 2013, which will be in residence at the University of Missouri School [...]
The 2012 Associated Press Racial and Gender Report Card showed some improvement at the 150 websites and newspapers, according to a study released last week. Still, the report released every two years by the University of Central Florida's Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sports again gave the members of APSE a failing grade for their [...]
The annual newspaper by the latest class of the Sports Journalism Institute. 2012 Sports Journalism Institute Bulletin
By Mariah Baylor APSE Bulletin Staff Writer In an attempt to increase the membership base and revenues, APSE has decided to reach out to college students through a program called the University Outreach Initiative. APSE members have been asked to select a student sports journalist to sponsor and mentor from their alma mater (though they [...]
Antonio Morales APSE Bulletin Staff Writer When coming up in the business as a young journalist, Jeff Passan knew getting recognition from the Associated Press Sports was a big deal. So being recognized twice for his writing by the organization was something that was unexpected. The Yahoo! Sports Major League Baseball columnist won two [...]
By Olivia Lewis APSE Bulletin Staff Writer This year’s Chicago convention is foremost on the minds of the delegates attending the event this month, but they can keep a close eye on next year’s event because of its geographical location. Next year the organization returns to the Midwest, as the event drives into the Motor City of [...]
The Sports Journalism Institute's co-director and co-founder Sandy Rosenbush has been awarded the Associated for Women in Sports Media's 2012 Mary Garber Pioneer Award. From AWSM's website: “I’m overwhelmed by this honor,” Rosenbush said. “AWSM has been such an important force in helping to diversify the sports media, and in [...]
The University of Missouri salutes one of its own who was selected to the 20th Class.
The Sports Journalism Institute is set to welcome its 20th class this summer in Columbia, Mo. A group of seven men and four women (seven African-Americans, two Asian-Americans and two Latinos) make up the Class of 2012, which will be in residence at the University of Missouri School of Journalism from [...]
Sports Journalism Institute co-founder and co-director Sandy Rosenbush earned an Emmy for her work as an assignment editor on ESPN's coverage of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. The Emmy was awarded for "Outstanding Live Sports Special."