Tag: Student Chapters

Message from the president: Sponsor a student in APSE

Some years ago, my predecessor Gerry Ahern challenged APSE members to each sponsor one young person as a student member. The student sponsorship initiative was...

APSE announced student contest

APSE will sponsor its inaugural student sports journalism contest in 2017. Here are the details. 1. The contest is open to all APSE student members...

APSE Student Contest Approved

Student Contest approved I am proud to announce that the Associated Press Sports Editors executive committee has approved by vote a student sports journalism contest. I...

APSE awards 2016 scholarships

By Joe Sullivan Boston Globe One, Malika Andrews, has scoops up scholarship honors like Ozzie Smith fields ground balls. Two others, Max Bultman and Christian Hardy,...

APSE scholarship application deadline June 1

The Associated Press Sports Editors are sponsoring four $1,500 scholarships for collegiate sports journalists.

Student journalists talk access and digital emphasis

Three top student journalists discussed media access and the use of social media at the recent APSE Southeast Region meeting at UAB’s Hill Student Center in Birmingham.

APSE offering scholarships for collegiate sports journalists

APSE, a national organization of sports editors, is awarding four $1,500 scholarships to collegiate sports journalists entering their sophomore, junior or senior years.

Oklahoma State APSE student chapter holds first meeting

Oklahoma State University's APSE student chapter held its first meeting last month and has hopes of hosting a state and/or regional APSE meeting in the future.

Survey results show areas where APSE can help students prepare for...

An survey of sports editors, journalism educators and recent sports journalism graduates/current students yields useful information for APSE's student initiative and goals to collaborate with universities.

Former APSE president to visit new Ohio University chapter

Ohio University's APSE student chapter will launch its 2014-15 activities with a visit from former APSE president Tim Stephens.