Collegiate Reporting Competition: IU/Scripps

Journalism students: Please note deadline of Feb 28.
You could win a FREE, 9-day international study tour of Japan in Summer 2013!
The Indiana University School of Journalism, in partnership with the Scripps-Howard Foundation, is organizing the 2013 Roy W. Howard National Collegiate Reporting Competition.
Nine winners from schools across the United States will participate in an expenses-paid trip to Japan May 23 – 31. (Note: Many of our past participants have been able to take a leave from internships or start internships later because of this honor.)
Complete the online application by Feb. 28; winners will be announced March 23.
For information, visit: journalism.indiana.edu/rwh

Emily Harrison

School of Journalism

Indiana University

(812) 855-9249

emrharri@indiana.edu

www.journalism.indiana.edu

Roy W. Howard National collegiate reporting competition

From the Scripps Howard Foundation:


The Scripps Howard Foundation, with the Indiana University School of Journalism, established the Roy W. Howard National Collegiate Reporting Competition in 1984 to honor the memory of the journalist who led Scripps Howard Newspapers from 1922-1953 and United Press International from 1912-1920.

Journalism students submit an entry form, portfolio of their work, letter of recommendation, 400-word essay and resume to the Scripps Howard Foundation for consideration.

Until 2006, the winners received scholarships and their college newspapers were awarded grants. But in 2006, the foundation and School of Journalism revamped the awards to include a 13-day guided tour to Japan and South Korea for nine national scholars.

Led by School of Journalism’s Dean Brad Hamm, the winners travel to Asia to study journalism in other cultures, visiting media organizations as well as cultural and historical landmarks. Roy W. Howard also had made such journeys as a journalist, persevering to land interviews with elusive leaders.

The 2012 trip is tentatively set for June 15-23 and will take winners to Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto and Hiroshima.

To enter:

  • Look over the latest brochure for details about the trip, then complete the application portion. (2012 brochure, PDF format)
  • Deadline to apply for the 2012 competition is Feb. 29, 2012.

Download the flyer and application.