News & Events
Jun 30, 2016
A team of students from the John Curley Center for Sports Journalism, in collaboration with The Associated Press, is covering the U.S. Paralympic Trials in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Jun 30, 2016
One Penn State student’s planned trip abroad for an advanced German class this summer fell through, but he wasted little time finding another opportunity -- moving from Pennsylvania to Seattle for an internship.
Jun 30, 2016
John Affleck, the Knight Chair in Sports Journalism and Society and the director of the John Curley Center for Sports Journalism in the Penn State College of Communications, will see his first collection of short stories, called “Winning and Losing,” published online by the startup Great Jones Street in mid-July.
Jun 27, 2016
An open-mined and persistent approach can benefit communications professionals as they build their careers, and one College of Communications student has already started putting those traits into practice — with an eventual career still to be determined.
Jun 15, 2016
Before his freshman year in high school, one Penn State student decided he wanted to get into sports broadcasting. This summer, he’s continuing to make strides toward that goal by interning for one of America’s leaders in sports radio.
Jun 13, 2016
Partnership with USA TODAY Network provides hands-on opportunity for Penn State sports journalism students at U.S. Open.
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Jeff Lytle (1973, Journalism),
has retired after a 41-year career in newspapers and television in Pennsylvania and Florida. He served as editorial page editor of the Naples (Fla.) Daily News and hosted weekly news/talk programs for 25 years. He won Florida and Scripps awards for commentary writing, page design and headline writing. He resides in Bonita Springs, Florida, with his wife, Susan.
Emily Kless (2015, Advertising/Public Relations),
is completeing a post-grad internship with the Major League Baseball Players Association. She writes articles, creates digital content and serves as the host for all live online broadcasts -- including a Facebook Live Q&A with New York Mets right fielder Curtis Granderson (photo).
Andy Adelewitz (2000, Advertising/Public Relations),
is the director of music communications for Paradigm Talent Agency, where he's worked for 16 years (counting several at boutique agency Little Big Man Booking, which was acquired by Paradigm in 2006.) He lives in Ithaca, New York.