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Scholarship applications now being accepted

Scholarship applications are now being accepted for the 2015-2016 academic year. EPA awards a scholarship each year to a college student preparing for a career in journalism. The amount may vary from year to year but grants generally average from $1,000 to $2,000 to one or more winners. The awards will be announced at the annual […]

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EPA Names New Executive Director

The EPA Board of Directors has announced the appointment of CFO Lamar Keener as the new Executive Director of the association, effective January 15, 2015. The action follows the resignation of current Executive Director D’Arcy Maher, who informed the Board in December that she was stepping down in light of new opportunities for a joint ministry […]

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EPA’s Legal Partner Provides Libel Checklist

Flagler Law Group provides EPA members with a legal hotline option as well as professional publishing helps. Most recently, Flagler Law Group provided an informative checklist on libel. The evaluative questions guide both writers and editors when addressing sensitive topics. The complete article is available as a members-only resource, in the resource area.

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Kara Tippetts Webcast

On November 11, 2014, EPA and David C. Cook partnered to present a conversation with Kara Tippetts. For those unable to attend or login to listen to the webcast on November 11, David C. Cook provides a link to the webcast. Kara Tippetts webcast The entire November 11 conversation was on the record and listeners […]

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Sandra Glahn named one of ’15 Notable Art Professors in Dallas – Fort Worth’

The Art Career Project just released a list of notable art professors and, no surprise, Sandra Glahn is included. You’ll recognize Glahn’s name from her long involvement with EPA: as a board member, convention chair, workshop presenter and as the editor whose name is frequently mentioned during EPA award presentations. Author, blogger, speaker, journalist – […]

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