The Ryerson Review of Journalism and its contributors from the Winter and Summer 2012 issues have won a number of Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communications (AEJMC) awards.

The Ryerson Review of Journalism and its contributors from the Winter and Summer 2012 issues have won a number of Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communications (AEJMC) awards.

The winners are:

  • First Place, Single Issue of an Ongoing Print Magazine: Editorial (16 entries): Ryerson Review of Journalism (Winter 2012), Haley Cullingham, editor
  • First Place, Consumer Magazine Article: Investigation and Analysis (13 entries): "Scary Monsters," by Kasia Mychajlowycz
  • First Place, Specialized Business Press Article: "The Ethics of Staging," Daniel Viola
  • Second Place, Consumer Magazine Article: People (37 entries): "Classic Gopnik," by Matthew Braga
  • Honorable Mention, Consumer Magazine Article: People (37 entries): "Northern Tenacity," by Samantha Anderson
  • Second Place, Consumer Magazine Article: Feature (44 entries): "Northern Revival," by Marta Iwanek
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Want to know the stories behind these stories? A number of these writers took the time to explain the process of their pieces, the difficulties they overcame and interesting analogies from their reporting for J-Source.

Check out here how Matthew Braga tracked down The New Yorker essayist Adam Gopnik, and here you can read how Samantha Anderson and Marta Iwanek fared when they spent their summer travelling North – on their own dime. 

The winners were chosen from 240 entries from 23 universities in Canada and the United States and the awards will be presented at the AEJMC conference in Chicago on August 11.