Two veteran journalists have been named Reynolds Visiting Business Journalism Professors at California State University, Fullerton, and the University of Oklahoma under a $1.67 million grant from the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation. They are Dick Weiss and Joe Winski.
The Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism is a nonprofit organization funded by the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation and based at ASU's Cronkite School of Journalism. | More
Journalism programs at the University of Oklahoma and California State University, Fullerton will receive visiting business journalism professors next spring under an Arizona State University program funded by the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation. ASU’s Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism is seeking experienced business journalists to fill these positions.
Former CNN correspondent Susan Lisovicz will be the Donald W. Reynolds Visiting Professor in Business Journalism for the spring semester at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University. This is the second time that Lisovicz, a longtime CNN Wall Street reporter who covered the 2008 financial debacle and bailout, […]
The Donald W. Reynolds Foundation, the nation’s leader in philanthropic support of professional development and education in business journalism, has awarded two grants totaling $8.21 million to Arizona State University to improve coverage of complex business and economic issues.
A grant of $6.21 million will continue the work of the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism.
Three veteran journalists have been named the Reynolds Visiting Business Journalism Professors at Central Michigan, Elon and Louisiana State universities under a $1.67 million grant from the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation. The five-year program will ultimately create 11 visiting professorships at 11 different schools. It is administered through the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for […]
Will Sutton, a 2012 Reynolds Center Visiting Professor, will join Grambling State University as acting Director of Public Relations and Communications. Since January, Sutton taught a business journalism class at Grambling as part of the Reynolds Center’s Visiting Professor Program, which pairs veteran journalists with academic institutions to encourage stronger financial training. Sutton, whose career […]
Television executive Paula Madison told Grambling State University students they can get the jobs of their dreams, starting with well-written, well-edited resumes and cover letters. “Cover letters should speak about how you can help me,” said Madison, a former NBC Universal television station general manager and news director.
Tackling a 10-K financial document can be daunting. To meet disclosure requirements, company annual financial reports seem to have expanded to the size of an Ikea catalog, though they’re far less fun to peruse.
One of the first things you need to tell new reporters or students about covering economic reports from Washington is this: No, you are not being punished for some past wrongdoing.