Jane Pauley Among 5 to be Inducted Into DePauw-Based Indiana Journalism Hall of Fame
December 5, 2008
December 5, 2008, Greencastle, Ind. — Former NBC Today host Jane Pauley and Craig Klugman, editor of the Journal Gazette in Fort Wayne, are among five people who will be inducted into the Indiana Journalism Hall of Fame in April," reports the Associated Press. "The five will be inducted during an April 18 ceremony at Walden Inn near the DePauw University campus."
The other three 2009 inductees are James Brown, executive associate dean of the Indiana University School of Journalism at IUPUI (Indiana University - Purdue University at Indianapolis) since 1982; Janet Flanner, who was a prominent writer for the New Yorker magazine; and Ernest Wilkinson, a longtime editor and reporter at the Indianapolis Star. (below right: Jane Pauley on May 21, 1978, when she became the youngest-ever recipient of an honorary degree from DePauw)
The complete article appears at the Chicago Tribune's Web site.
The Indiana Journalism Hall of Fame, created in 1966 by the Indiana professional chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ), has been located since 1976 at historic East College on the DePauw campus, where the national society was founded in 1909 as Sigma Delta Chi. The Hall recognizes those with significant Indiana ties who have demonstrated they are journalists of the highest distinction. SPJ will celebrate its 100th anniversary in the spring.
For more information about the Hall of Fame and its previous inductees, visit its Web site by clicking here.Back