When J. Arthur Heise took over the journalism program at Florida International University in 1983, there were instructors who wouldn't talk to each other, hopelessly scrambled student files, and a faculty that was often in open revolt. "The FIU provost told me that the department was 'my single biggest academic headache,'" Heise recalled the other day. "The program was in... More >>>
Kevin Hall: "I cannot continue to teach in this environment, which has so
little respect for the needs of journalism students"