Medill School of Journalism
- Existence: 1922-
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
The Gertrude and G. D. Crain Jr. Lecture Series, Signed Posters collection consists of posters with images of the speakers and their signatures.
Course notes, articles, books, and pamphlets relating to Jane Curry’s time as a Medill School of Journalism student at Northwestern. Jane Curry attended Northwestern University from 1960 to 1965 and obtained both a Bachelor’s degree and a Master’s degree in Journalism.
These questionnaires were distributed by the Dean of the School in December 1941, and were completed and returned by alumni by March 1942.
Each questionnaire contains information pertaining to current address, marital status, children, date of birth, place of birth, year of graduation from Northwestern, publications, honors, and employment history.
The minutes of the factulty of Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism date from 1940 to 2004. Included in the series are minutes from full and teaching faculty meetings as well as from subunits of the faculty including the Medill Council on Undergraduate Studies, the Curriculum Committee, and the Ad Hoc Bylaws Committee.
This scrapbook, approximately 15 inches by 20 inches by 2 inches, includes photocopies of newspaper and magazine articles, programs, and related items documenting the Medill School of Journalism, its history, and the work of some of its students, professors, and administrators. Clippings date from the period 1921-1936 and are arranged in rough chronological order. The scrapbook was compiled and designed by Danielle W. McKenzie and Ann E. Helming of the Medill School in September, 1980.