So, what’s a day as president and chief operating officer of the Freedom Forum, Newseum and Diversity Institute like? That’s a really good question. You know, I’ve been on the job for a grand total of 60 days. It’s not that different from my life as editor of USA Today.
Bob Steele advises journalists around the country on ethics issues. He’s a catalyst for good ethical decisions, working behind and beside journalists to help them make the best ethical choices. He teaches several ethics and values programs each year as the Nelson Poynter Scholar for Journalism Values, and he’s a full-time faculty member at his undergraduate alma mater, DePauw University.
[b]Alumni magazines It’s not all PR in alumni journalism. While some journalists might write off alumni magazines as minions milling out fluff for the sake of a university, that’s not always the case. Not all journalistic integrity gets tossed under the jumbo wheels of the education machine.