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Judy Sims - communication journalism

HONORS/AWARDS

  • Grant Recipient, UW-System Institute on Race and Ethnicity Grant (2009).

  • Grant Recipient, Intercampus Community of Practice (ICOP) UW-System Learning & Technology Development Council. 2006-2007.

  • Honorary Member Mortar Board, Spring 2006.

  • Selected as one of 25 educators to attend the International Radio and Television Society Foundation Seminar, Diversity in Media, (November 14-15, 2005). New York. 

  • Second Place. International Division Competition of the Broadcast Education Association Convention. Sims, J. (2005, April 23). Globalization and the privatization of radio in Greece: Influences, issues and consequences.

  • Excellence In Advising Award. Fall 2003.

  • Honorary Member & Adviser. Kappa Tau Alpha, Spring 2002 to present.

  • Second Place.  Open Paper Competition of the News Division of the Broadcast Education Association. Sims, J. & Giordano, J. (2001, April). Deconstruction and analysis of local  TV news: Coverage of controversial issues & representations of diverse populations in a Mid-Western market. 

  • Honorary MemberGolden Key Honor Society, Spring 2000. 

  • NATPE Intern (2000, Summer).  Selected as one of six faculty members (nationally) to receive a grant ($2,500) and four-week internship at KPAX-TV in Missoula, MT. The grant was awarded by the National Association of Television Program Executives (NATPE).

  • Selected as one of 17 educators to attend the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (ATAS) Faculty Seminar in Burbank, California.  November 10-15, 1998.   

  • Selected as one of  75 educators to attend the International Radio and Television Society (IRTS) Foundation Faculty/Industry Seminar, The Impact of Media on Children (February 18-22, 1998).  Marriott East Side. New York, NY. Member of the International Radio and Television Society case study team that was awarded the Stephen H. Coltrin Award for Excellence in Communications Education ($2,500). 

  • Central States Communication Association State Journal Manuscript Award, 1997.  Sims, J. & Giordano, J. (October, 1996).Wisconsin parental evaluations of legislative and non-legislative solutions to violence on television.  Journal of Wisconsin Communication Association, XXVII, 38-54.

  • Second Place. Open Competition of  the Courses and Curricula Division of the Broadcast Education Association. Sims, J. (1996, April). Utilizing the campus radio station in the communication research methods course

  • Fourth Place. International Division Competition of the Broadcast Education Association Convention.  Sims, J. (1991, April 13). Pluralism in transition: Cultural implications of the legalization of private and municipal radio broadcasting in Greece.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

 





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