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J-Days culminates today with i
journalism honors convocation recog
nizing exceptional journalism stu
dents, three UNL alumni and a past
UNL professor, Berens said.
Richard Starmann, senior vice
president of communications for the
McDonald’s Corp. also will be hon
ored and will speak at the convoca
Berens said UNL journalism stu
dents who are academically in the top
10 percent of their class, students who
have scholarships and students who
have won journalism awards will be
honored at the convocation.
One category of special awards is
the AVERYs, named after the college’s
home in Avery Hall.
Jessica, Kennedy, a member of the
college’s student advisory board, said
the AVERYs are awarded to students
who entered examples of their work
in news, advertising and broadcasting
Andrea Oranford, director of com
munications for the Nebraska Alumni
Association, said three Outstanding
Alumni awards will be given to pro
fessionals for service to the journal
ism profession, community involve
ment and participation in professional
The honorees are:
■ Kris Malkoski, general manager
for the Procter & Gamble Co. in Cin
■ Don Bryant, who is retiring as
the associate athletic director in charge
of public relations at UNL.
■ John Knicely, news anchor for
WOWT in Omaha.
Wilma Crumley, who is not a UNL
alumna, will be honored for being the
first woman to achieve the rank of full
professor of journalism at UNL. She
became a professor in 1972 and re-!
tired in 1991.
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Outstanding University of Ne
braska-Lincoln journalism students,
alumni and successful journalism pro
fessionals will all be honored at J-Days
Charlyne Berens, assistant profes
sor of journalism, said J-Days is a cel
ebration of the College of Journalism
and Mass Communications, its stu
dents and alumni.
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