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News Releases for IU School of Journalism

Various Campus Experts to Offer Perspectives on Rebuilding Haiti at March 3 Forum

March 1, 2010 — Several Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) professors will present a forum on the current conditions and earthquake recovery efforts in Haiti.

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IUPUI Student Dances on MTV's America's Best Dance Crew

Chaz RobinsonFebruary 24, 2010 — An IUPUI student and his dancing partners are jump roping their way toward the title of “America’s Best Dance Crew.”

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Madam CJ Walker's Great-Great Granddaughter to launch Women's History Month

February 24, 2010 — A’Lelia Bundles, the biographer and great - great granddaughter of Madam C. J. Walker will speak at IUPUI on Monday, March 1, 2010 to kick off the 2010 celebration of Women’s History Month at IUPUI. Addressing this year’s national theme, “Writing Women Back into History”, Ms. Bundles will tell the story of Madam Walker and how she came to write her great-great grandmother’s official biography.

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National Sports Journalism Center at IUPUI to Host Symposium on Diversity in Sports Media

William C. RhodenSeptember 2, 2009 — The National Sports Journalism Center based at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis will host a symposium on Sept. 14, 2009, with some of America's top sports news personalities, executives and an academic to explore the issue of diversity in America's sports news departments and its impact on coverage.

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IUPUI Journalism Professor Wins Second Award for Press Criticism

IUPUI journalism Professor Sherry RicchiardiJuly 21, 2009 — IUPUI journalism Professor Sherry Ricchiardi has won the National Press Club’s Arthur Rowse Award for Press Criticism for a second time.

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Intellectual Property Expert Comments on Legal Concerns Involving "Tweets"

June 5, 2009 — “As exhilarating as social networking tools like Twitter can be, they also raise a variety of legal issues concerning the right of publicity,” says intellectual property attorney Jonathan Faber.

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