Sunday, April 13 (2:45 p.m.) - Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, Prof. Retis co-leading bilingual panel on the future of Spanish-language journalism in the U.S. at University of Southern C
This scholarship is open to all CSUN Journalism majors (continuing and/or transfer students) of junior or senior level academic standing. Students will submit an autobiographical sketch, be enrolled full-time with a minimum of 12 academic units remaining in spring 2014, and submit a 300-word essay detailing their professional goals and how the study of journalism will help achieve these goals.
Supported by friends, family and colleagues, this award is given in memory of Steven Fishman, a CSUN journalism graduate who died of cancer. The scholarship will be awarded to a graduating student who has shown strength in broadcasting sports, news or other programming and needs financial assistance to get started in a broadcasting career.
This scholarship recognizes the best public relations effort during summer or fall 2013 or spring 2014. Applicants will be judged on a two-page essay and portfolio containing samples of public relations presentations in a class or during an internship. The competition is open to all undergraduate and graduate students.
This award recognizes the best broadcast reporting of hard news stories during summer or fall 2012 or spring 2014 in any of the journalism department broadcast news media--KCSN News, Valley View, or On Point. The competition is open to all undergraduate or graduate students.
Named for a long-time inspiration to Los Angeles journalists, this annual award recognizes the best reporting from summer or fall 2013 or spring 2014 in any of the journalism department print news media. The competition is open to all graduate and undergraduate students.
This scholarship recognizes the best photojournalism during summer or fall 2013 or spring 2014 in the Department of Journalism. Selection will be based on portfolio and financial need. The competition is open to juniors or seniors.
This award honors Joann DeSantis, who was an administrative assistant in the journalism department for 19 years. It will be presented to a CSUN journalism major who has worked to improve the lives of others through volunteerism. Students may be nominated by someone or apply themselves. Applicants need not be enrolled in fall 2014.
This scholarship honors the late Dr. Michael Emery, a member of the journalism department's faculty for almost three decades. The scholarship will be awarded annually to a graduate student studying journalism history, international news media, or mass media criticism, three areas of special interest to Prof. Emery.
This scholarship will be awarded to a junior or senior with an interest in a career in journalism or a journalism-related field. Applicants must submit a brief essay detailing their professional and personal goals and how studying journalism will help achieve these goals. Applicants must have at least 12 units remaining at the end of the spring 2014 semester and enroll at CSUN in fall 2014.
This scholarship can be used for tuition, room, board, books and fees for a student’s senior school year. Applicants must be at least a junior, have a least a 3.0 GPA and submit a 2,500-3,000 word critical essay about Flip Wilson’s contributions to comedy or television. Applicants must be enrolled in fall 2014 and spring 2015.