Logan Aimone is a journalism educator in Minneapolis. He is the executive director of the National Scholastic Press Association, which includes the Associated Collegiate Press and the Minnesota High School Press Association. He was a high school journalism teacher in Washington state from 1997-2007, where he advised the newspaper and yearbook staffs that earned top national honors. Aimone is a Master Journalism Educator from the Journalism Education Association.
He earned a B.A. from Central Washington University in English education with a minor in art education. He earned a M.Ed. from the University of Missouri-Columbia in journalism education.
He is the co-author of the 2009 revision of “High School Journalism” and the 2010 revision of “Junior High Journalism,” both from Rosen Publishing.
Awards and honors:
2005 Distinguished Adviser, Dow Jones Newspaper Fund
2005 Adviser of the Year, Washington Journalism Education Association
2002 Special Recognition Adviser, Dow Jones Newspaper Fund
April 9-10, 2010: Ohio Scholastic Media Association, Kent, Ohio. Keynote speech and sessions TBD.
Sept. 21-22, 2009: Kansas Scholastic Press Association, Hays and Manhattan, Kan. Keynote speech, entitled “Print, Pixels & People,” and sessions on The Pacemaker Award and charts.
Nov. 14, 2009: National High School Journalism Convention, Washington, D.C. Sessions on The Pacemaker Award and on the future of yearbooks.
April 24, 2009: Journalism Day, Ball State University, Muncie, Ind. Sessions on The Pacemaker Award and on charts.
April 18, 2009: National High School Journalism Convention, Phoenix. Sessions on The Pacemaker Award and on the new NSPA Multimedia Guidebook.