Gaylord broadcasting students earn national awards


Gaylord College students capture awards from SPJ


Gaylord College’s Routes TV wins Bronze Telly Award


‘After Trayvon’ program wins national diversity award


Documentary filmmaker visits Gaylord College

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Surviving the zombies key to book by Gaylord College grads


Pride inspires alumni to enable new generations


Doctoral program lifts Gaylord College to elite level


Thomas L. Friedman awarded Gaylord Prize


A $19 million expansion project completes Gaylord Hall

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National-level media professionals visit Gaylord College


Al Eschbach approaches career and teaching with energy


Celebrating the life of Ned Hockman


Connecting with journalists in South Asia

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Teaching storytelling around the world


Gaylord College students cover (and make) history

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Gaylord College graduates choose careers at OU


Mike Boettcher brings the battlefield to the classroom

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Jim Lehrer receives inaugural Gaylord Prize

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Mark Nehrenz gives a voice to an overlooked people

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Humor sells for Gaylord College professor

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Age is just a number


Manners that mattered


Gaylord students a vital part of Oklahoma Watch

Gladys Dronberger, of Edmond, didn't realize she was owed mineral-rights money until a friend of hers saw her father's name in a public notice.

Enhancing student leadership in South Asia

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Carter earns state, national book awards


A clear look at water


Keeping it in the family


Alumni trio write centennial history book


Gaylord College hosts media training for soldiers


PR students help make OU safer for bicyclists and walkers


Just give Zach Strauss the beat

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Kelsey Hightower creates the show “Twenty Somethings”

Twenty Somethings is currently airing on OUTV. Gaylord College’s very own network that reaches a half million homes in the Oklahoma area.

Whitehurst captures award with Sunoco commercial

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The story of Shmam’s Club

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The Media Map Project


“Reds” – a television pilot script by Katy Deitz

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Tsetsura sets the standard for public relations students


Professor Taylor earns PR Institute’s Pathfinder Award

Bob Grupp, Institute of Public Relations President and CEO, presents Dr. Maureen Taylor with the Pathfinder Award at the Yale Club in New York City.

The story of Lindsey+Asp

These eighteen student "pioneers" started Lindsey + Asp during the long, hot summer of 2008.  Front row: Daron Ross, IBK Segun, Stewart Downey, Tiffany Cunningham, Jordan Reed, Laura Walker, Allison Horn, Brittany Shull, Jacob Vogt. Back row:   Matthew Sikes, Will Langenberg, Alli Weibring, Lance Morales, Daniel Dean, Katie Drennan, Andrew Hume, Garrett Kosel and Danielle Barksdale.

Routes TV paves the way for Parham’s career


Gaylord Fulbright scholars shine across the globe

Gaylord College student Hogar Hassan of Iraq.

Sooner track star sets NCAA record

University of Oklahoma track star Tia Brooks receives her second straight NCAA Indoor Shot Put title. Brooks set a new NCAA indoor record with a throw of 63-feet-0.75-inches on March 9.

The battle of the books

On the left, the challenger: an iBook; on the right, the traditional print volume.

PR students develop pitch for NASA event

Mintusov discusses the importance of public relations message testing with PR seniors

Teaching, learning at a Pakistani university


Broadcasting OU Nightly


The long road to Gaylord College

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The future of new technology


Two Sooners led Iraq War coverage


Students, alumni cover the May 20th tornado

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Immigration in the Heartland

Fiesta Day in Guymon, Oklahoma. (Photo courtesy of Shawn Yorks, Guymon Daily Hearld).

Professional Writing students embrace e-publishing

The author of more than 100 novels, Gaylord College professional writing instructor Mel Odom urges his students to embrace new technologies.

Class uses game-show strategy to teach AP Style


A soldier writes for soldiers

A photo of Charlie Troop, 1/73 RSTA, a reconnaissance and airborne infantry company with the 82nd Airborne Division, taken in Baghdad during the summer of 2007.

Learning through service

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A TV show called “Justice”

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A campaign for Oklahoma’s ‘littles’

Gaylord College students Jessica Prater and Andrea Segura joined were part of the team that hosted the 5K fundraiser in Tulsa. The students recruited 115 runners and raised almost $3,000 for Big Brothers-Big Sisters of Oklahoma

From music to the academy

Erich Sommerfeldt, Gaylord College Ph.D.

Lessons in diversity

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A project for Cameroon

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Professor John Schmeltzer works with Koen Peters and other students on Routes.