Category Archives: Education

Job Shadow: Major Joy Staab, public affairs

By Kelsey O’Connor Major Joy Staab is a Public Affairs Officer in the Wisconsin Army National Guard(WIARNG), the commander of the 112th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment (MPAD), and the previous deputy director of public affairs for the WIARNG. She has been … Continue reading

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Job shadow: Amanda Obenhoffer, graphic designer

By Angel Vang From creating posters and booklets to coupons and banners, university graphics designer, Amanda Obenhoffer, from the Integrated Marketing Communications Department, has been creating content for the university for almost six years now. Obenhoffer received both her Bachelor of Fine Arts from UW-Eau Claire. She … Continue reading

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Job Shadow: Leader-Telegram Reporter Julian Emerson

By Nicole Bellford Leader-Telegram reporter Julian Emerson walked me through what he considers a “day in the life” of a print journalist on Sept. 30. Emerson, a University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire alum, said that he didn’t hesitate when he made … Continue reading

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Job Shadow: Julian Emerson, Leader-Telegram Reporter

By Emilee Wentland Leader-Telegram reporter and University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire alum Julian Emerson gave me some insight on being a journalist in today’s world. Julian Emerson has worked at the Leader-Telegram in Eau Claire for 21 years, including the two-and-a-half years he … Continue reading

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Misogyny in Media: Reporting on Female Politicians

By Kessa Albright “She scares me. I cross my legs every time she talks,” Tucker Carlson, MSNBC political correspondent, infamously said on his show Tucker July 16, 2007. Political leanings aside, anyone can agree that media coverage of Hillary Clinton … Continue reading

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Area substitute teacher finds passion in coaching

By Nick Schauer As the gymnasium begins to fill with fans at Gilmanton High School in West Central Wisconsin, the assistant coach tends to her players, making sure they are stretched out and mentally prepared for the night’s match-up. It’s … Continue reading

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Guest speaker seeks to inspire future educators

By Kyle Naber In front of a large crowd of future educators, Augustine Romero gave a heartfelt presentation on behalf of the College of Education and Human Sciences (CoEHS) Diversity Forum Series devoted to challenging the students to be educators … Continue reading

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Resume tips help land journalism jobs

Its been said you never get a second chance at a first impression. This is why building the perfect resume is very important because it is your first impression to a potential employer. The resume will be what sets you … Continue reading

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Tips offered for student journalists

Students who decide to major in journalism can expect to receive a diverse education and gain skills in many unique disciplines such as journalism, marketing, public relations, and English. Journalism students may find that journalism is an extremely demanding major. … Continue reading

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Modern journalists are reporters and programmers?

Remembering that every journalist is a reporter at heart is important as the industry adapts to the ever-changing multimedia now available, says journalist Sara Ganim in the online American Journalism Review. “Forget the title. Stop. Throw that out the window.” Many … Continue reading

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