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The Emmy Award winning documentary producer and Columbia College Chicago associate professor was 65. The Oak Park resident died of natural causes, possibly pneumonia, according to the college.
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Economou, originally from the South Side, graduated from the University of Illinois at Chicago in 1968 with majors in political science and education, before pursuing graduate work at Eagleton Institute of Politics at Rutgers University. She later earned an Art in Leadership certificate from the Lake Forest Graduate School of Management.
"We had students sobbing in the hallways," said Nancy Day, Chairwoman of the Columbia Journalism Department. "She had an impact because she really went out of her way to be nice to the students. She would always go the extra mile for them."
Then 25, she worked as an "advance man" for Democrat Ed Muskie's presidential campaign in 1972. It was so uncommon for a woman to serve in that role at the time that Economou was featured in a Time Magazine report.
"Rose was never afraid to call you out," said Amanda Van Devenper, a senior aide in the journalism department who took three of Economou's classes. "She was very attentive. She took a personal Jimmy Choo Trainers Sale interest in what you were doing and wanted to make sure you did it the right way. I can honestly say my collegiate career wouldn't be the same without her."
as an artist in residence in 1990 and became a journalism faculty member in 1992. She recently taught Media Ethics and Law, International Reporting and Broadcast News Writing.
Economou taught at the school for two decades after a distinguished career as a broadcast producer, college officials said. Faculty and students remember her as a popular teacher students would seek out when enrolling in classes. Day said it wasn't surprising that just two weeks ago Economou reached out to try to help a student who was falling behind after the student's mother was diagnosed with cancer.
in her Oak Park home Sunday, leaves behind.
After the political work, Economou worked as a reporter and producer at WXEX TV news in Richmond, Va. She also worked with WTTW from 1984 to 1987, producing a gang violence documentary "When Will the Killing Stop?" and a report on social welfare entitled "Crisis on Federal Street."
Despite her many broadcast awards, current and former students remember her as an attentive teacher who pushed her students, preparing them for a career in a tough and competitive field.
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In all, she won two national Emmy Awards for her work in documentaries, with "Agent Orange: The Human Harvest" winning Outstanding Community Service award in 1979 and Enemy, Unproven Conspiracy" for Outstanding Investigative Jimmy Choo Sneakers Outlet
CBS2 News anchor Bill Kurtis, who worked with Economou on the Agent Orange piece, said she leaves behind a "wonderful legacy."
"She took that passion for detail to Columbia College and passed it on to her students," he said via email. "Producing television was a love, but teaching was her calling."
"What shall we do?" Rose wrote to a Columbia adviser. "Where do we start?"
Reporting in 1982. She also won five regional Emmy Awards.
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