Monthly Archives: July 2017

APSE accepting applications for 2017-18 Diversity Fellowship Program

By Jorge Rojas Miami Herald sports editor APSE is accepting applications for the 2017-18 Diversity Fellowship Program from Aug. 1 to Aug. 31. The Fellowship, in its seventh year, is an in-depth, nine-month...

Post-Star (Glens Falls, N.Y.) seeking sports journalist with multimedia skills

The Post-Star of Glens Falls, N.Y. is looking for a solid all-around journalist to join our award-winning sports staff. We cover a broad range of...

APSE Scholarship winners show drive to succeed

By Joe Sullivan, Boston Globe Peter Baugh and Nick Kelly, two Missouri undergraduates, were working together on The Maneater, the independent student publication last year. It...

Meet the Chairs: Reeser, Noel bring new look to Mid-Atlantic Region

President's note: We'll be introducing you to current leadership in each of APSE's regions in an occasional series we're calling "Meet the Chairs." First...

Covering History: Making Your Coverage Worthy of the Moment

The Cubs World Series win. The death of Muhammad Ali. Pat Summitt's legacy.

Henry Freeman’s Red Smith speech

In case you missed it, or just want to watch it again, see Henry Freeman's speech from the 2017 APSE Summer Conference in New Orleans, here.

President Rosen: Be one of the cool kids. Sign up for a committee

Greetings, friends, Did you make it to New Orleans for APSE's 2017 Summer Conference and sign up for one of our committees? Great. Prepare for...

Diversity Fellow Q&A: Bleacher Report’s Shauntel Lowe

Shauntel Lowe is deputy editor of special projects at Bleacher Report, New York, and a graduate of UCLA.

Raleigh News & Observer seeks North Carolina reporter

The News & Observer in Raleigh has an opening for a reporter to cover UNC basketball and football. We are looking for someone who...

Membership survey for Digital/Website contest

After discussions at the opening and closing meeting of the 2017 APSE Summer Conference in New Orleans, the Executive Committee would like to hear from the membership on its thoughts on the Digital/Website contest.