Three nationally prominent journalists and a leading Internet educator have joined the board of the Sigma Delta Chi Foundation, the educational and research arm of the Society of Professional Journalists.
Kyle Elyse Niederpruem, president of the Society, noted that the appointees were selected "based on their reputations in the world of journalism."
Appointed to one-year terms as SPJ representatives were:
Tony Mauro, Supreme Court correspondent for American Lawyer Media
Hoag Levins, vice president and executive director of APBnews.com, a national news service focused on crime, justice and safety
David Boardman, assistant managing editor of The …