|FA SEM 13||COM 24200 11||Basic Reporting|
|FA SEM 13||COM 24200 12||Basic Reporting|
|FA SEM 13||COM 29200 21||Editing|
|FA SEM 13||COM 30800 11||Applied Journalism, Newspaper|
|JAN TRM 14||COM 30800 JAN1||Applied Journalism, Newspaper|
|SP SEM 14||COM 24200 11||Basic Reporting|
|SP SEM 14||COM 24200 12||Basic Reporting|
|SP SEM 14||COM 28200 21||Editing|
|SP SEM 14||COM 28200 TUT01||Editing|
|SP SEM 14||COM 30800 AR11||Applied Journalism, Newspaper|
Assistant Professor Tom Pettit began teaching journalism at Lindenwood University in 2006 after a 23-year career as a copy editor at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. His journalism degrees are from the University of Kansas, and in addition to Lindenwood, he has taught and advised publications at Emporia State University in Kansas and the University of Nebraska-Kearney. Besides the Post-Dispatch, he worked at the Omaha World-Herald, the Arizona Daily Star and the Albuquerque Journal.
1995 Outstanding Copy Editor, St. Louis Metro Press Association.
Assistant Professor Tom Pettit began teaching journalism at Lindenwood University in 2006 after a 23-year career as a copy editor at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. In spring 2007, he was adviser to the launch of the first student newspaper at Lindenwood since 1989, The Legacy. Beginning in fall 2007, the newspaper published every two weeks each semester, maintaining 12 pages in each issue through the spring of 2013. In fall 2013, The Legacy began publication as a weekly, with student staff producing 15 issues per semester. He teaches basic reporting, editing, introduction to journalism, investigative reporting and the applied class in newspaper.
St. Louis Newspaper Guild (AFL-CIO), Society of Professional Journalists.
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