Nebraska Authors

George Tuck

Places Lived

Lincoln, NE
Abilene, TX
Houston, TX
Missouri
Long Island, NY
Mainz, GERMANY
ENGLAND

Author Of

  • Journalism
  • Visual Work

Keywords

Photographer; Photo-Journalist

Education

Hardin-Simmons University, Abilene, TX
University of Missouri

Occupation

Staff Photographer and News Editor for community newspapers in Texas
Faulty member of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Journalism College since 1970
Graphics Editor for Newsday
Picture Editor for Associated Press in New York
Picture Editor for the Houston Chronicle

Places Worked

University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE
Newsday
Associated Press
Houston Chronicle

Honors

Distinguished Teaching Award, 1980
The Robin F. Garland Award - National Press Photographers Association, 1990
Nebraska Professor of the Year, 1991
President of the UNL Academic Senate, 1991
The College of Journalism's Seaton Distinguished Professorship

Bibliography

A Collection of 48 photos were exhibited at Sheldon Art Gallery in Lincoln, NE: A Photographic Itinerary: Recent Works By George Tuck. 1991.

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