50 years of Excellence in Broadcast Journalism Education


RTVJ National Reunion Week    October 8 -12, 2007

     

Thanks to all former faculty, RTVJ students and graduates
who helped make this national reunion such a HUGE success!!!


Will Thomas
3 -Time Emmy Winner
Reports and Anchors
in Washington D.C.

Will's Fall, 2007
Convocation Address:


YouTube - Part One
YouTube - Part Two

Prof. Rucker's HOME PAGE
 

 

  Old friends and teachers reunite after many years !



    

  
 

 TV News Prof. John Shrader                           NBC 11 Award-winning Reporter Damian Trujillo guest lectures.          

            
 



            

    



      

                

  

 

"We had a fun time at the reunion.  Congratulations on putting on such a great event." - Comment & photo below from Rob Fisher

 


SJSU
Radio & Television
Journalism   
1957 through 2007






50 Years:
"Learn By Doing"



50 Years:
Technology Driven
Ethics in Journalism



 



San Jose State
University

 





 


 




Campus 150th
 Anniversary


Visitor Info

Virtual Tours


Tour: KSJS

Radio Station


JMC Faculty


JMC Journal


"The Spart"
Resources





 

       RTVJ Reunion Week
 
A BIG Success!  Guest Reactions:

WOW!  WHAT A GREAT 50TH REUNION ! 
AND YOU ARE TO BE
CONGRATULATED FOR ITS HUGE SUCCESS. 

I PARTICULARLY LIKED THE WAY
YOU KEPT THE SPOTLIGHT
ON YOUR STUDENTS. IT WAS
WONDERFUL THE WAY YOU
ARRANGED FOR THEM TO MEET
FACE TO FACE WITH RETURNING
ALUMNI -- AS WELL AS KEYNOTE SPEAKER SAM DONALDSON .
THE KIDS LOVED IT AND THIS
RELATIONSHIP REINFORCED
WHAT WE'VE TRIED TO TEACH IN THE CLASSROOM. 
 
Prof. Gordon Greb, Founder, RTVJ degree program
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 I enjoyed my visit tremendously,
and I was impressed with the students:
their hard work and dedication to the reunion, and
their manifest abilities. Give everyone concerned
a hearty "well done." My best. /Rik

Dr. Rik Whitaker, Former SJSU Update News Professor
 
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It was a wonderful evening indeed. Great to
re-connect with some people I have not seen
in a long time. I am still interested in working with the Update News staff and sharing some of my knowledge.

Don Fernandez, RTVJ Alum, Cameraman,
CBS-TV5 San Francisco
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Bob, it was a wonderful night, and I'm just sick that
 I had to be out of town for all the other festivities and especially, the classroom time.  Please call on me
for other in-class opportunities, and I'm always open
as a mentor should you think there's a good fit for me.

Jane McMillan, Anchor, KCBS Newsradio,
San Francisco

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Look for RTVJ Reunion Pictures here soon!
 


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Executive Staff



 



to everyone who
made the
50th Anniversary
and
Reunion of the
Radio & Television

Journalism
degree celebration
such a wonderful
experience!

We appreciated your
support, and we
hope you always
stay in touch!

School of Journalism & Mass Communications
: Dwight Bentel Hall, Room. 105
    (408) 924-3240 or 3242

RTVJ Reunion Coordinator: Professor Bob Rucker
DBH 218 Office    (408) 924-3272
E-mail - sjsureunion07@pacbell.net
 




 


Thank you for helping us
Celebrate 50 Years
of
Excellence in
Broadcast Journalism Education


 

@  San Jose State University
 



Reunion Event
Coordinator



Reunion Dinner
Keynote Speaker:


Sam Donaldson



RTVJ Reunion
P
ress Release


Guest Professors

During Reunion Week




Gordon Greb
RTVJ Prof. Emeritus
Founder
SJSU Radio & TV
Journalism
Degree Program


Greb Video Welcome
Click Faculty Link

 

Radio/TV Journalism
Profiles:



Faculty
 


Students

 

RTVJ Reunion

Events

Posters
 

KSJS 90.5
SJSU Campus
Radio


Spartan Daily

Online
Student Newspaper


Facts About:
San Jose State
University




School of
Journalism &
Mass
Communications

 

Learn More
About
Special Guest:




Profile
of Professor Emeritus

GORDON GREB
written by
RTVJ Student
Dan Harris

 

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