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Sandra C

 

Sandra C. Fish

                                    3760 Lakebriar Drive, Boulder, CO 80304 (303) 545-9004

 

Experience

 

 

August 2005                         Journalism instructor, University of Colorado

to present

 

June 2008                             Part-time presentation desk editor, Rocky Mountain News

February 2009

 

July 2006                               Editorial mentor, Colorado Confidential

July 2007

 

April 2004                              Presentation editor, Daily Camera

July 2005

 

May 2003                               Assistant features editor, Daily Camera

April 2004

 

January 1999                       Denver bureau chief, Daily Camera

May 2003                                              

 

August 2000                         Journalism instructor, University of Colorado

May 2001

 

August 1997                         Deputy local news editor, Daily Camera

December 1998

 

July 1996                               Assistant local news editor, Daily Camera

August 1997                        

 

August 1994                         FIT editor, science and environment editor, Daily Camera

December 1996

 

July 1990                               Reporter, Orlando Sentinel

January 1994

 

March 1987                           Reporter, Florida Times-Union (Jacksonville)

June 1990

 

June 1985                             Information specialist, Florida Insurance Department

March 1987

 

October 1982                       Reporter, Carroll Daily Times Herald

February 1985

 

Education

 

B.S., journalism and political science, Iowa State University, May 1979

M.A., political science with emphasis in statistics, Iowa State University, December 1984

Master’s thesis: “A Time-Series Analysis of Federal Social Welfare Expenditures”

 

Activities

 

Board of directors, Journalism & Women Symposium; chapter adviser, Association for Women in Communication and Society for Professional Journalists; adjunct reporting instructor, University of Colorado, fall 1999, 2002, 2003, spring 2002, spring 2005; helped plan Scripps city editors' conference, 1998; Knight-Ridder computer assisted reporting task force, 1995-97; taught Access classes at NICAR, 2002 and 2003; member, Investigative Reporters and Editors.

 

 

Awards

 

Second place, Colorado Society of Professional Journalists, political reporting, 2003

First Place, Colorado Society of Professional Journalists, enterprise reporting, 1999

FIT received Inland Innovation Award for New Section, 1995

Second place, best investigative reporting, Associated Press Sports Editors Association, 1988

First place, public service/investigative, Florida Sports Writers Association, 1988

 

Service

 

Taught journalism elective at Polaris at Ebert Elementary School in Denver, Fall 2005 and 2006

Helped organize panels for Colorado High School Journalism Association, October 2005, 2006 & 2007

Organized new media panel for journalism students, November 2005