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74TH SESSION

2006-2007 ST.1718.R!

B!SFTPMVUJPO!
Mourning the passing of Cole Campbell, Dean of the Reynolds
School of Journalism.

Whereas, on July 1st, 2004, Cole Campbell accepted the


position as the fifth Dean of the nationally-recognized
Reynolds School of Journalism with high hopes of creating
a journalism school with a focus on media ethics and tech-
nology. Dean Campbell’s goals included the creation of the
Interactive Environmental Journalism M.A. Program;
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Whereas Dean Campbell spent over the last two years


dedicating his passion, time and energy to the students at
the University of Nevada and making great improvements
within the Reynolds School of Journalism;

Whereas Dean Campbell had a profound effect on the lives of


everyone associated with him, including the students, the
faculty and the administration. His ideas and vision were
enlightening and motivating and he illustrated his passion
and calling for journalism in every challenge he faced; and

Whereas Dean Campbell’s untimely death on Friday, January


5th, 2007, has left a void in the University community and
in the lives of all those that knew him. His energy, enthusi-
asm and optimism will be greatly missed: Now, therefore,
be it:

1 Resolved, That the Senate of the Associated Stu-


2 dents—
3 (1) expresses its appreciation for Dean Camp-
4 bell’s profound dedication to the University of Ne-
5 vada, and to the advancement of journalism;
6 (2) tenders its deep sympathy to Catherine
7 Campbell; to Clarke; to Claire; and to the rest of the
8 family of the former Dean; and

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1 (3) will establish a scholarship in Cole Campbell’s


2 name in order to carry on his passion for journalism.
Passed the Senate January 20, 2007.
Attest:

Secretary.

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74TH SESSION
2006-2007 ST.1718.R!
B!SFTPMVUJPO!
Mourning the passing of Cole Campbell, Dean of the
Reynolds School of Journalism.