Schulte, Henry F(rank) 1924-2004

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SCHULTE, Henry F(rank) 1924-2004

OBITUARY NOTICE—

See index for CA sketch: Born September 24, 1924, in Lincoln, NE; died of complications from Parkinson's disease May 31, 2004, in Peterborough, NH. Journalist, editor, educator, and author. Schulte was a former United Press International (UPI) reporter who later became a journalism professor. He received his B.A. from McGill University in 1951, his master's degree from Columbia University in 1952, and his Ph.D. from the University of Illinois in 1966. Schulte's reporting career began in 1952, when he was briefly a reporter for the Ann Arbor News in Michigan. The next year, he joined what is now UPI as an editor and correspondent in London and Madrid; he later became national manager for the news service in Madrid from 1957 to 1962. For the next two years, Schulte taught journalism at the University of Illinois, returning to an editing post in New York City for a year before going back to teaching as an associate professor at Pennsylvania State University. From 1969 to 1972, he was journalism professor and chair of the department at Syracuse University. Finally, in 1972 he joined Syracuse's S. I. Newhouse School of Publications, where he was dean from 1973 to 1980. Schulte retired in 1993. He was editor of Mingote's World (1957) and author of The Spanish Press, 1470-1966: Print, Power and Politics (1968).

OBITUARIES AND OTHER SOURCES:

PERIODICALS

Chronicle of Higher Education, September 3, 2004, p. A53.

Post-Standard (Syracuse, NY), June 5, 2004, p. B4.