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Dr. Jack Zibluk, ASU journalism professor, to offer photo workshop April 9 as part of Delta Symposium XVI

March 18, 2010 -- Dr. Jack Zibluk, associate professor of journalism at Arkansas State University-Jonesboro,  will offer a photography workshop, “Documenting Delta history and culture,” on Friday, April 9, at 8-9:45 a.m. as part of Delta Symposium XVI: Region Dr. Jack Zibluk will offer a photo workshop on Friday, April 9, as part of ASU's sixteenth annual Delta Symposium.and the Politics of Culture. The workshop will be held in the Pine Tree Room, Reng Student Services Center/Student Union, 101 N. Caraway Road, Jonesboro. Dr. Zibluk will emphasize skills used by documentarians, but the workshop will also emphasize compositional techniques useful for anyone who wishes improve his or her photographic skills. There is no charge for participating in the workshop.  Due to space limitations, pre-registration is required.

Dr. Zibluk teaches photography, photojournalism, news design, desktop publishing, and news writing. He worked as a reporter and editor for newspapers in Connecticut and for The Memphis Commercial Appeal. He was National Geographic magazine’s Faculty fellow in 2002, and in 2005, he won the National Press Photographers Association’s top educator’s award, the Robin T. Garland Award. Dr. Zibluk also serves as chair of the NPPA national student photo contest and the NPPA internship bank. He is head of the Small Programs Group of the Association of Educators in Journalism and Mass Communication. Dr. Zibluk is a published scholar and ethics columnist for News Photographer magazine.

Most recently, Dr. Zibluk attended the Kalish Workshop, sponsored by the National Press Photographers Association, at Ball State University, Muncie, Ind. There, he learned audio, video and multimedia production techniques from such experts as award-winning producer Brian Storm, president of MediaStorm, a multimedia production studio in New York, and Geri Migielicz, executive editor of Story4 multimedia production studio and former award-winning multimedia editor at The San Jose Mercury News.

For more information and to register, contact Delta Symposium co-director, Dr. Gregory Hansen ( at (870) 972-3043.  

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