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J Day Award Winners Announced

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Thank you to the nearly 1300 students and advisers who traveled to the University of Missouri-Columbia on March 28 for the 49th annual J Day celebration of student journalism! And congratulations to the more than 1,200 total state winners honored in Overall and Individual contests. 

MIPA recognizes All-Missouri, Superior, Excellent and Honorable Mention work with certificates. MIPA judges chose roughly the top 10% of the entries to recognize as All-Missouri award winners. 

A complete list of individual and overall contest winners is available at: http://mipajournalism.com/j-day-awards-lists/

If you attended J Day but missed the awards ceremony, you can still find out the J Day Write-Off Winners and the J Day Photo Shoot Winners.as well as the Photo Shoot-Off PowerPoint that includes their photos.  Thank you to all who participated!

We would like to thank our nearly 70 judges who reviewed the roughly 1,800 entries this year. Judges range from journalism teachers and professors to professional journalists from across the country. Without their time, commitment and feedback, scholastic journalists across the state would not have the opportunity to learn and improve.

First Name Last Name Job Title or Position
Shari Adwers adviser — newspaper, yearbook, web; President, Michigan Interscholastic Press Association; Curriculum Coordinator, JEA
Kathy Allen newspaper adviser and co-adviser for yearbook
Alicia Archuleta adviser
Louisa Avery teacher/adviser
Molly Baker Yearbook Representative
Karen Black News adviser, Hickman Mills High School
James Brochin Journalism teacher and advisor to school newspaper
Cal Butcher Faculty, William Allen White School of Journalism at University of Kansas
Nathan Byrne Supervising Editor of Academic Partnerships
Erin Coggins Journalism Adviser
Julia Copeland Balfour Publishing Education Specialist
Adam Dawkins Regis Jesuit High School Student Media Adviser, RJ MEDIA, SJW Coordinator, JEA, President, Colorado Student Media Association
Linda Drake Journalism Teacher
Bethany Drobeck Yearbook Adviser
Kathleen Duncan Photo & Video Producer/Editor
Susan Duncan Current online newspaper, past yearbook adviser, TAJE board member
Kathleen Duncan Photo Editor, Photographer and Videographer
Michelle Elizondo Journalism Teacher
Brian Eriksen Teacher
Ryan Famuliner News Director, KBIA. Assistant Professor, University of Missouri School of Journalism
Elizabeth Frogge Associate Professor of Radio-TV Journalism
Patricia Gathright retired – journalism teacher
Sara Gonzales Journalism Adviser
Annie Gorenstein Falkenberg Yearbook Adviser
HL Hall JEA President, retired yearbook adviser
Trevor Hayes Broadcast Associate/Associate Producer at FOX Sports
Russell Hill Yearbook advisor/Journalism teacher
Minerva Howard Judge for Quill and Scroll and MU
Jessica Hunziker Adviser (yearbook, newspaper, broadcast)
Trevor Ivan Adviser, researcher, contest coordinator
Christy Jung Assistant Professor of Communication and former News Anchor/Reporter
Tanya Katnic Journalism, Yearbook adviser; English teacher
Jack Kennedy CSMA Executive Director
Paige Kesler Account Executive Lifetouch/ Editor in Chief for HS yearbook 2010
Rachel Kidder Jaguar Media Adviser
Kristy Ladd Culp Brand Manager
Kim Lynch Journalism teacher – Brenham High School
Brenda Marafioto Photography and Journalism Teacher
Lucas McCain Jostens Yearbook Representative
Jonah McKeown Assistant Producer, KBIA-FM
Emily Miller teacher/adviser
Jeanne Miller Wood Photo editor
Jennifer Nelson Senior Information Specialist at Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute/ 5 years in the newspaper industry
Kristy Nyp high school journalism teacher/adviser
Mary Patrick JEA Mentor and CJE
Wayna Polk Publications Adviser
Kyle Quick Journalist / Phtographer
Randy Raley Advertising director
Felicia Rateliff Senior Program Manager, Marketing Educator
Terri Real Journalism teacher
Ben Reed Media Adviser – Monarch High School
Michael Reeves Journalism Teacher
Brooke Rhoads Editor-in-Chief NorthmenNews.com
Kimberlee Ried Public Affairs Coordinator
Hannah Shapiro Journalism & Filmmaking Teacher, Media Studies Department Head, & Journalism Adviser
Annie Sidesinger Art Director
Susan Tantillo Kent State University adjunct
Randy Vonderheid journalism teacher in Frisco, TX
Maggie Walter profesor, Missouri School of Journalism
Tom Winski Assistant Professor of Journalism
Stacey Woelfel Professor
Amanda Wood Professional Photographer
Sergio Yanes Journalism Teacher
Stan Zoller Lecturer / Journalism
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