Loren Ghiglione is the inaugural Richard Schwarzlose Professor of Media Ethics. He is on leave during the 2006-2007 academic year to work on three books, a biography of CBS correspodent Don Hollenbeck, a book about the reporting of suicide and another about the future of news. He is scheduled to return to Medill in September 2007 as the inaugural Richard Schwarzlose Professor of Media Ethics. He serves during the 2006-2007 academic year as president of the Association of Schools of Journalism and Mass Communication. Ghiglione is also a fellow of American Academy of the Arts and Sciences; former dean, Medill School of Journalism; former director, School of Journalism, University of Southern California; former James M. Cox Chair in Journalism and director, journalism program, Emory University; former editor and publisher, The Southbridge (Mass.) Evening News and president/owner of parent company Worcester County Newspapers; former president, American Society of Newspaper Editors, New England Society of Newspaper Editors and New England Press Association; editor and author of six journalism books; four-time Pulitzer Prize juror; consultant to The Freedom Forum on the creation of The Newseum; BA, Haverford College; MUS & JD, Yale University; Ph.D., American civilization, George Washington University; Fellow, Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics & Public Policy, Harvard University; Fellow, Media Studies Center, Columbia University; Reuters Foundation Fellow, Oxford University.