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News is about Cesar Garcia
They are: Faculty Member

Last July, Cesar Garcia, Associate Professor and Chair of the Communication Department, was appointed blogger of Spain's edition for The Huffington Post (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/cesar-garcia/).

August 28, 2013
News is about Scott Herman
They are: Other

Student journalists in Central Washington University’s Communication Department have won four major awards for their work on The Observer, the weekly student newspaper, and on Pulse, the twice-quarterly student lifestyle magazine. The Observer placed third in the Society of Professional Journalists' Region 10 Mark of Excellence Awards for "Best All-Around Non-Daily Newspaper” for schools with enrollment over 10,000. This category included scores of schools in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana and Alaska.

The SPJ awards are particularly prestigious because the three issues on which the award is based are dictated by SPJ. News Editor Santos Herrera, a senior from Granger, won third place in Breaking News Reporting for his coverage of CWU Political Science Prof. Matthew Manweller's sexual misconduct investigation. Pulse earned third place for Best Student Magazine – a category that encompassed schools of all sizes. Scott Herman won second place in Best Nonfiction Magazine Story for his profile of student Corey Bradbury, who’d spent time in the juvenile court system before turning his life around and enrolling at Central. Herman, from Redmond, graduated at the end of winter quarter.

August 25, 2013
News is about César García
They are: Faculty Member

César García published the article titled "Managing relationships in open business models: The case of Spain's elBulli restaurant" in PRism 9(1): http://www.prismjournal.org/homepage.html

August 23, 2013
News is about Scott Herman
They are: Other

Student journalists in Central Washington University’s Communication Department have won four major awards for their work on The Observer, the weekly student newspaper, and on Pulse, the twice-quarterly student lifestyle magazine. The Observer placed third in the Society of Professional Journalists' Region 10 Mark of Excellence Awards for "Best All-Around Non-Daily Newspaper” for schools with enrollment over 10,000. This category included scores of schools in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana and Alaska. The SPJ awards are particularly prestigious because the three issues on which the award is based are dictated by SPJ. News Editor Santos Herrera, a senior from Granger, won third place in Breaking News Reporting for his coverage of CWU Political Science Prof. Matthew Manweller's sexual misconduct investigation. Pulse earned third place for Best Student Magazine – a category that encompassed schools of all sizes. Scott Herman won second place in Best Nonfiction Magazine Story for his profile of student Corey Bradbury, who’d spent time in the juvenile court system before turning his life around and enrolling at Central. Herman, from Redmond, graduated at the end of winter quarter.

April 25, 2013
News is about Cesar Garcia
They are: Faculty Member

Cesar Garcia published a research article titled "The use of sports as a tool of public diplomacy in regions or 'stateless nations': The case of the Basque Country in contemporary Spain" in the Journal of Sports Media, Volume 7, Number 2, pp. 115-128.

February 22, 2013
News is about Jon Ward
They are: Faculty Member

Film and Video Studies faculty member Jon Ward directed a film here on campus that will screen on 9 February at the Spokane International Film Festival. The film is titled V3 and stars many CWU students.

January 14, 2013

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