Fall conference awards online
CJI 2017 team projects
Check out the projects from the seven CJI teams. Each team produced multimedia packages about different topics, ranging from local bakeries to the Richland Public Library to refugee resettlement services.
Stay tuned for more information about CJI 2018.
Students, advisers, friends of scholastic journalism honored
SCSPA honored outstanding students, advisers and friends of scholastic journalism at its spring conference Monday, April 24 at the University of South Carolina Russell House. Find out more about these award recipients online.
Spring conference awards online
Find the 2017 individual awards and program ratings for broadcast, newspaper and online awards as well as the Journalist of the Year, SCSPA Scholarship, Reid H. Montgomery Adviser of the Year and Scroggins Award are online now.
- 2017 Spring Conference Awards – broadcast/newspaper/online
- 2016 Fall ESNA and online individual competition awards
- 2016 Fall Conference Awards – literary magazine/yearbook
- 2016 Spring Conference Awards – broadcast/newspaper/online
- 2015 Fall ESNA and online individual competition awards
- 2015 Fall Conference Awards – literary magazine/yearbook
SCSPA holds two conferences a year - one in the fall, usually the first Monday in October, and one in the spring, usually the fourth Monday in April.
Instructors include both local and nationally recognized advisers and professionals. Sessions range from basic to advanced to trends.
Magazine and yearbook evaluation and individual awards, as well as the Bruce E. Konkle Rising Star Award, are presented in the fall. Newspaper, online and broadcast evaluation and individual awards, as well as the Journalist of the Year, the SCSPA and Yearbook scholarships, the Reid H. Montgomery Adviser of the Year and the Scroggins Award are presented during the spring conference.
Carolina Journalism Institute
2017 CJI Fees
On-campus lodging: $100 (two-person room)
Commuter: $25 parking fee or $0 (not parking on campus)
Let our national award-winning faculty prepare you for the your school year. You will leave the Carolina Journalism Institute with an online project and multimedia skills ready to implement next fall.
Each June, SIPA hosts the Carolina Journalism Institute for high school journalism students and advisers at the University of South Carolina in Columbia. Sessions and activities are held in the new state-of-the-art facilities of the School of Journalism and Mass Communications.
See you in June!