GSU receives Reynolds Foundation grant
The Department of Mass Communication at Grambling State University is in rarefied company, being the smallest program among the more than 30 universities in the country that competed for the $50,000 Reynolds Foundation Visiting Business Journalism Professor Program grant.
The grant proposal was submitted by Martin Edu, chair of the department. Other journalism programs whose grant proposals were also selected included Colorado State University, Texas Christian University and the University of South Carolina.
The grant was sponsored by the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism at Arizona State University from a $1.67 million grant received from the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation to promote business journalism. This is the first phase of the annual competitive awards to be made to colleges and universities over the five-year life of the grant.