Censoring Freedom: How the Quest for Security is Trumping Your Constitutional Rights
Thursday, 10 Apr 2008 at 8:00 pm – Great Hall, Memorial UnionMark Goodman is the Knight Professor of Scholastic Journalism at Kent State University and an expert on student free expression in the United States. He served as the executive director of the Student Press Law Center in Arlington, Virginia, for over twenty years, counseling student journalists and advisers about legal rights and responsibilities. Goodman received the Gerald M. Sass Award for Distinguished Service to Journalism and Mass Communication in 2007. He holds a bachelor of journalism degree from the University of Missouri and a law degree from Duke University. Part of the First Amendment Day Celebration.
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This lecture was made possible in part by the generosity of F. Wendell Miller, who left his entire estate jointly to Iowa State University and the University of Iowa. Mr. Miller, who died in 1995 at age 97, was born in Altoona, Illinois, grew up in Rockwell City, graduated from Grinnell College and Harvard Law School and practiced law in Des Moines and Chicago before returning to Rockwell City to manage his family's farm holdings and to practice law. His will helped to establish the F. Wendell Miller Trust, the annual earnings on which, in part, helped to support this activity.
- Greenlee School of Journalism
- Iowa State Daily
- LAS Miller Lecture Funds
- Lee Enterprises
- Society of Professional Journalists
- Committee on Lectures (funded by GSB)