Libowitz Named 'Gazette' Editor Steve Libowitz has been named editor of the Gazette. He succeeds Laura M. O'Callaghan who resigned in August after eight years with the university. For the past four years, Libowitz has been a senior media relations representative in the Homewood campus's Office of News and Information, most recently representing faculty and programs in education, public policy and international relations. Prior to coming to the university, Libowitz was associate director of the Office of Public Affairs at The Francis Scott Key Medical Center (now The Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center) and executive director and board president of The Baltimore Film Forum. He also has written and produced more than 100 educational films and television programs, including Florida's official documentary on Marjorie Stoneman Douglas and the Everglades, for PBS in Miami. Libowitz also has written extensively on politics and media issues for a variety of publications. Libowitz earned a bachelor's degree in media studies from Florida Atlantic University and a master's degree in mass communication from Towson State University. He currently teaches film and media studies at Towson State and in the Johns Hopkins School of Continuing Studies.
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