Your Keyword Search for "spectator" did not return any matches.
Your Google Site Search for "spectator" returned the following results:
- 1) Spectator Photo Collection
Creator: The Spectator Extent: 5 boxes, 5.5 linear feet. Repository: Edinboro
University Archives, Baron-Forness Library, Edinboro University, Edinboro PA ...
- 2) Anthony Adams Spectator Ad.cdr - Edinboro University
Jan 28, 2010 ... Entrepreneur Anthony David Adams has been making great things happen since
graduating from Edinboro. University in 2003. Adams has ...
- 3) Student Organization Event Information – Edinboro University
The Spectator: firstname.lastname@example.org or (814) 732-2266. WFSE:
email@example.com or (814) 732-1274. SGA: firstname.lastname@example.org
- 4) Danielle Lawson Ph.D – Edinboro University
She is also the faculty advisor for the university student-run newspaper The
Spectator. In addition to her teaching, Dr. Lawson's research specialities include:
- 5) Faculty Profile – Edinboro University
... broadcast journalism, and print journalism, as well as faculty advisor to the
university's campus newspaper and radio station, The Spectator and WFSE-FM.
- 6) Department of Communication and Media Studies – Edinboro ...
As a student, Walk worked as a reporter and sports editor at The Spectator,
Edinboro University's weekly campus newspaper, and served as a sports intern
- 7) Media – Edinboro University
The Spectator Newspaper - Edinboro University Student Government Association
: The Spectator is Edinboro University's weekly campus newspaper which is ...
- 8) Speakers announced, registration open for Edinboro University's ...
Mar 10, 2014 ... As a student, Walk worked as a reporter and sports editor at The Spectator,
Edinboro's weekly campus newspaper, and served as a sports ...
- 9) Department of Political Science & Criminal Justice – Edinboro ...
... national honor society for criminal justice students), Criminal Justice Club,
Student Government Association, and The Spectator (the University newspaper).
- 10) Edinboro University professor selected for Scripps Howard ...
Feb 29, 2012 ... ... and print journalism, as well as faculty advisor to the University's campus
newspaper and radio station, The Spectator and WFSE-FM.
- 11) Bryan Baumgartner Awarded Jim McKay Scholarship
May 21, 2014 ... ... the Edinboro television station in 2013-14, and was the sports editor of The
Spectator, Edinboro's student newspaper, from August 2011 to ...
- 12) Edinboro University journalism students win statewide awards in ...
Mar 7, 2007 ... Three staff members from Edinboro University's student newspaper, The
Spectator, won state honors in the Pennsylvania Newspaper ...
- 13) News – Edinboro University
... sponsored by the Communication & Media Studies Department and the
campus newspaper (The Spectator), radio station (WFSE-88.9) and television
- 14) Student Organizations – Edinboro University
Alliance for Racial identity and Cultural Acceptance (AFRICA); Identity; Students
of Edinboro for Environmental Defense (SEED); The Spectator (Edinboro ...
- 15) MACS Newsletter
ETV, The Spectator and. WFSE are now working col- laboratively in a great new
shared office space, reflecting the realities of the converging media marketplace
- 16) January 2014 TO: High School Advisors and Teachers Edinboro ...
Jan 1, 2014 ... Media Studies Department and the campus newspaper (The Spectator), radio
station (WFSE-88.9) and television station (Edinboro University ...
- 17) International Night 2009 – Edinboro University
The following article was written by Alice Groesbeck, A&E Editor, and Larry
Guthridge, Staff Writer, for The Spectator, November 12, 2009. International Night
- 18) Committees and Task Forces – Edinboro University
The Student Media Advisory Board provides broad oversight to the university's
campus media organizations, the Spectator, WFSE and ETV. The board assists ...
- 19) News Detail – Edinboro University
Apr 14, 2014 ... ... which provides financial support for scholarships, special events and EU
student organizations such as ETV, the Spectator and WFSE-FM.
- 20) Edinboro University Athletics - Kasey Burnett-Davis - 2013-14 ...
Kasey Burnett-Davis. Weight: 157 lbs. Class: Redshirt Junior Hometown:
Meadville, PA High School: Meadville. 2012-13. Competed at 141 lbs., finishing
with a ...
The Keyword Search field was recently upgraded to a full-fledged search of the Edinboro University website. While the keywords will still exist and provide access to your favorite pages on our website, searches will occur in both our keyword database and the web pages without any additional steps.
If you use keywords now, you may continue to use them. If you would like to search the University website for any word or phrase, simply enter it into the Search box, which has been renamed "Search" from the previous "Keyword Search". Your term will automatically be checked against both our keyword database and the content of the University web pages, with the results displayed for you by Keyword Results and Google Results. If you need additional information or instructions, click on the "About Keywords/Search" link that is now available below the Search box. You may need to refresh your browser window once to have this new feature loaded.
If you have any questions that this page does not answer, please contact the Technology Help Center at (814) 732-2111. We hope you enjoy this new website feature!
What are Keyword Results?
Keywords are words or phrases that lead you to a specific location within the Edinboro University website, or to a related, external website. We don't plan to have keywords for every single page in the Web Publication, but rather keywords that lead you to main pages, which should then allow you to easily find more specific information. This keeps the number of results smaller, and you can get where you want to go faster.
What are Google Results?
We use a service from Google called Google Custom Search Business Edition to generate a customized google search of just the Edinboro University Webpages. So, when you don't find exactly what your looking for in the Keyword Results, the Google Results will help to fill in the gap by displaying a full-site search.
Why use keywords instead of a 'normal' search?
As anyone who has used a major search engine knows, the number of results on a full-text search can be staggering. Sometimes the page you want is near the beginning of the list, and sometimes it can be found only after reading through many pages of somewhat relevant results.
Also, since the University does not run an internal search engine, the accuracy and ranking of a full-text search is not under our control.
We felt that if you search for Financial Aid on our website, you'd like to find yourself at the Financial Aid homepage, rather than seeing a listing of pages that make reference in one way or another to 'Financial Aid'. And if you search on Help, you would like to see a list of resources which can provide you with HELP -- be it the Technology & Communications Help Center or the Counseling & Psychological Services Department.
What is the list that drops down when I enter a keyword?
When you begin to enter a keyword in the search box, a list of matching keywords will be fetched from the system and displayed in a drop-down list under the search box. We felt that doing this would help get you to where you want to go quicker. If you see the keyword you are looking for in the list you can either click the item, or arrow down to it and press enter. If what you are looking for is not in the list, don't worry, there will also be full-text site search results along with the keyword matches. Simply type in your search term and press enter and you will see the matching keywords as well as any relevant full-text search results.
Who decides what keywords get added?
A group of individuals collaborate on web content and policies. You can submit a request for a keyword by submitting a Help Desk Call.
How can I see a list of existing keywords?
That's easy! In any keyword search field, simply enter List Keywords.
What if I want to do a 'normal' search of the University pages?
Just enter your search term into the keyword search. Any keyword matches will be shown, as well as any relevant full-text site search results.
What if the word or phrase I try doesn't give me what I want?
With the new Google Results, we hope that you will be able to find anything you are looking for. However, if you cannot find what you are looking for, you can always contact the Technology Help Center. They can assist you in finding what you are looking for.
What about groups of keywords?
As the number of keywords increased, we realized that having subgroups of keywords might be useful. For example, if you enter Forms: (be sure to include the colon- ':'), you'll see a list of online forms that have keywords assigned to them. You can also be more specific by including a keyword or phrase after Forms:, such as Student. If you do a 'regular' keyword search using the word Student, you'll receive a list of twenty or more partially matching keywords. However, if you use the search phrase Forms: Student, you'll receive a much shorter list containing online forms where 'student' is a part of the keyword or alias (such as the Student Vehicle Registration Form).
In addition to the 'main' keyword list, we have several groups of keywords -- Tools:, Forms:, and Users:.
Can individuals have keywords?
Similar to the Forms: subgroup mentioned above, there is also a Users: subgroup. You can submit a request to have your username added as a keyword under this subgroup.