WSU journos take part in cool project

Last summer a class from Wichita State University’s Elliott School of Communication completed an intense project.

The class covered the Symphony in the Flint Hills, and produced a 100-page magazine about it.

The project was called the Flint Hills Media Project, and my former professor and adviser, Les Anderson, along with my former instructor, Amy DeVault, lead the class.

Friends of mine also took part. These people included Stacy Hornbeck and Cort Anderson, among others.

Now, the project has become the focus of a mini-documentary produced by WSU.

The video is embedded below, and it really shows the kinds of cool things my alma mater is doing. Go Shockers!

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Todd R. Vogts, Ph.D., is an assistant professor of media at Sterling College in Kansas. Previously, he taught yearbook, newspaper, newsmagazine, and online journalism in various Kansas high schools, and he ran a weekly newspaper in rural Kansas. He continues to freelance as a professional journalist from time to time. Also, Vogts is a member of the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ), the Journalism Education Association (JEA), and the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC), among others. He earned his Master Journalism Educator (MJE) certification from JEA in 2022. When he’s not teaching or writing, he runs his mobile disk jockey service and takes part in other entrepreneurial ventures. He can be reached at twitter.com/toddvogts or via his website at www.toddvogts.com.