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Carl Randolph Stano Edit Profile

also known as Randy

Editor , educator , Art director

Carl Randolph Stano, American editor, art director, educator. Certified teacher, Texas.


Stano, Carl Randolph was born on April 1, 1948 in Russellville, Arkansas, United States. Son of Carl J. Stano and Martha Lee (Linton) Partain.


Associate of Arts, San Jacinto College, 1968. Bachelor of Science in Education, University Texas, Austin, 1971. Master of Arts, Syracuse University, 1979.


Director student publications, teacher Anugrah Narayan McCallum High School, Austin, Texas, 1971-1978. Graduate assistant Staten Island Newhouse School Public Communications Syracuse (New York ) University, 1978-1979. Assistant editor, art director Kansas City (Missouri) Star Times, 1980-1981.

Director graphic arts Democrat and Chronicle, Rochester, New York, 1981-1985. Director editorial art and design The Miami (Florida) Herald, 1985-1995. Knight professor commission University Miami, Coral Gables, Florida, since 1995, associate director for the Advance Media Center, since 1996.

Board directors PBC International Publication. Instructor summer workshops University Texas, Austin, University Iowa, Ball State University, Columbia University, Texas Tech University, University Oklahoma, University Houston, New Mexico State University, Syracuse University, Kansas State University, Central Michigan State University, Ouachita State Baptist University, since 1970. Instructor, lecturer Syracuse University, 1980, 1982-1983, St. John Fisher College, Rochester, 1983-1985, University Miami, 1985-1995.

Instructor professional seminars Poynter Institute for Media Studies, Southern Newpapers Publications Association. Chairman SND Quick Course, 1996.


  • Certified teacher, Texas.


  • Other Work

    • Newpaper redesigns Democrat and Chronicle, 1982, Olympian, Olympia, Washington, 1985, Sentinel Newspapers, East Brunswick, New Jersey, 1986, Jacksonville, North Carolina Daily News,1988, El Nuevo Herald, 1987, Miami Herald, 1991, Daily Record, Dunn, North Carolina, 1996.


Member Society Newspaper Design (contest chairman 6th edition 1985e, southeast chairman 1985-1989, competition chairman 1987-1990, secretary 1989, executive board directors 1989-1993, Second vice president 1990, 1st vice president 1991, president 1992, immediate past president 1993, excellence awards 3d-17th editions, bronze award 1991, 92, 93, silver award 1983, 85, 89-95, gold award 1986, 89, 92, Best of Show, 1992), Florida Society News Editors (illustration graphic award 1987, 88, 90-96, page design award 1988, 90-96, print magazine award 1989-1992), Columbia Scholastic Press Advisors Association (Gold Key award 1980, five Trendsetter awards 1975-1977), National Scholastic Press Association (3 five-star/Pacemaker awards).


Carl J. Stano Partain

Martha Lee (Linton) Partain