“It was with a mix of embarrassment and awe that I often noted, ‘I wish I did my job as well as Stacey Woelfel does his…’”
For 35 years Stacey Woelfel, BJ ’81, MA ’90, PhD ’06, has been an invaluable mentor of students, and leader in the journalism professions and academic administration at the Missouri School of Journalism. There is no end to his long list of accomplishments: nearly 24 years as KOMU-TV news director, first director of the renowned Jonathan B. Murray Center for Documentary Journalism, leader in curriculum renovation, aggressive member of the School’s policy committee and inspiration to thousands of students and alumni. Off campus, he has led the Radio Television Digital News Association, the Carol Kneeland Project, the Emmy Awards Program in Missouri and has connected with thousands of journalism leaders for the benefit of our School.
Now as he retires, please join us in supporting the Stacey Woelfel Student Enhancement Fund, which will benefit students pursuing careers in television, radio and documentary journalism.