Gloria Noble, a graduate student, has covered news, sports, and politics during her four years in college, including at a regional and national level. The graduate is a political science student at the University of Oklahoma with strong writing skills, as well as digital and data skills. Gloria is a David Boren Fellow at the University of Oklahoma.
GRADUATE TEACHING ASSISTANT, AUGUST 2017-PRESENT
OETA OKC- PBS AFFILIATE, WEB INTERN, OCTOBER 2016- PRESENT
CONTRIBUTING POLITICAL REPORTER, COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER HOLDINGS INC., OKLAHOMA- SUMMER 2016
Contributed Oklahoma-centric news to 17 Oklahoma newspaper during the Republican and Democratic National Conventions.
OKLAHOMA ROUTES WEBMASTER, APRIL 2016 TO PRESENT
In charge of coding web pages, managing content and social media engagement. As well as web work, content is produced by reporters, as well as myself to the site, whether it be politics or sports.
OU NIGHTLY SENIOR WEB EDITOR — JANUARY 2016- PRESENT
Managing student-produced nightly newscasts, web content and social media content.
CONTRIBUTING REPORTER, THE HUFFINGTON POST — JANUARY 2016- NOVEMBER 2016
Contributed political content through a millennial’s point of view in Iowa before the caucuses in January. As well as during the Republican and Democratic National Conventions. Continued coverage throughout the General Election cycle.
OU NIGHTLY SPORTS WEB EDITOR — AUGUST 2015-PRESENT
Managing, creating and posting sports web content throughout the week.
HEARTLAND COLLEGE SPORTS, OP-ED WRITER — OCTOBER 2014-APRIL 2016
Opinion blogs entries about the happenings in Sooner sports.
UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA, NORMAN, OK — B.A. BROADCAST JOURNALISM, MAY 2017 MINORS IN HISTORY, POLITICAL SCIENCE
UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA, NORMAN, OK – M.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE, MAY 2019
• Social Media, Web Content Management • Basic Coding
• Final Cut X, Avid, and Premiere Pro
• Statistical Programming Software, R Proficient
MIDWEST POLITICAL SCIENCE ASSOCIATION, APRIL 2018
“CHILDREN OF THE STATE: HOW DO CHILDREN AFFECT THE VOTING BEHAVIOR OF THEIR PARENTS IN STATE LEGISLATURES ON WOMEN’S HEALTH BILLS?”
OUTSTANDING JOURNALISM SENIOR, UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA CLASS OF 2017
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