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2015 SJGC Graduates' Survey

Congratulations on your graduation!
This survey should take no more than five minutes to complete.
During your valuable years as student in the Florida A&M University School of Journalism & Graphic Communication, you experienced an array of academic and professional
development activities. 

The SJGC Dean's Office wants to improve the processes and procedures to provide students with a meaningful experience during their matriculation. 
Your responses are voluntary and confidential and your submission will not identify you. Thank you for allowing your responses to be compiled with your peers and will be analyzed as a group.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Dr. Maurice Odine, Associate Dean at 850-599-xxxx or If you have
any questions about your rights as a research subject you may contact Dr. Odine to discuss them.  Thank you for participating in our survey to benefit future and current students and therefore, the overall opportunities in SJGC. Your feedback is important.
Thank you and again, congratulations on your achievements.
Dean Ann Wead Kimbrough



Famu Sjgc Congratulates the Southeastern Journalism Conference 2014 Broadcast/Multimedia awardees.

Thank you, Prof. Kenneth Jones for being the great motivator and primary instructor:

Let's congratulate FAMU SJGC Journalism students:

Brittany Collins for "Best Television Hard News Reporter" 
Gabby Dawkins for "Best Television News Feature Reporter"
Donovan Long for "Best Television Journalist"
Donovan Long and Alicia Turner (now a television reporter for WCTW) for "Best Multimedia Journalist."


Another deserved round of congrats to excellent, future multimedia communicators from Famu Sjgc: Keytron Hill, Jordan Kinsey and LaCrai Mitchell.

They were awarded scholarships to attend the Investigative Reporters and Editors workshops in Atlanta and Philadelphia. Thanks to the Knight Chair for Student Achievement (SJGC) Chair Francine Huff, our students were recommended and nurtured throughout the process.

According to IRE's website, the organization "is a grassroots nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the quality of investigative reporting. IRE was formed in 1975 to create a forum in which journalists throughout the world could help each other by sharing story ideas, newsgathering techniques and news sources.

IRE provides members access to thousands of reporting tip sheets and other materials through its resource center and hosts conferences and specialized training throughout the country. Programs of IRE include the National Institute for Computer Assisted Reporting and DocumentCloud."



Congratulations to the selected students who will be Fellows at the Fall 2014 Florida A&M University National Association of Black Journalists Multimedia Short Course in Tallahassee, FL.

This year’s Short Course—“21st Century Journalism: Back to Basics For A Millennial Career”—is geared to solidify the journalism foundation for the fellows, while honing their skills and opening their minds to charting a unique journalism career.

Student Name College/University

Marc Betancourt Florida A&M University
Jessica Bouyer Florida A&M University
Bianca Brown Howard University
Kelvin Carter North Carolina Central University
Tiffani DuPree Howard University
Crystal Garner The University of Southern Mississippi
E'Vonne Gipson Grambling State University
Jasmine Harris Florida A&M University
Ahmarie Holmes Florida A&M University
Corey Howard Grambling State University
Regennia Johnson University of Oklahoma
Freddy Lynn Florida A&M University
Aerika Miles Florida A&M University
Andrew Mitchell Florida A&M University
Ninfa Saavedra Grambling State University
Tierra Smith Grambling State University
Corey Stanley Grambling State University
La'Shondra Thompson Grambling State University
Brianna Williams American University
Ayanna Young Florida A&M University