By Emma McDowell Carrie Seim’s career has taken her all the way from “Inside Amy Schumer” to The New York Post to an author of middle-grade books. The biggest through line in her career journey? Content creation and capturing stories. Seim will be returning to Iowa State University Oct. 21 alongside fellow former honors students … Continue reading How Carrie Seim went from Greenlee graduate to published author
After losing several friends to suicide, Brianna Curtis took on the mental health crisis young adults are currently facing. As she reflected on the conversation around mental health, she realized men are often ignored. To combat the stigma around men discussing their emotional health, Curtis founded The Heartfelt Club, a “health and wellness brand predicated … Continue reading Greenlee alumna jump starts conversation about men’s mental health
The fall 2021 Jump-Start Internship and Networking Fair will take place in a virtual format on Sept. 29, 2021, between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Hosted by Iowa State University’s Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication in collaboration with the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Career Services, the Jump-Start Fair offers Iowa State University students and … Continue reading Fall 2021 Jump-start Internship and Networking Fair: Virtual Edition
The Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication at Iowa State University has named Debra Solberg Gibson the recipient of its 2021 James W. Schwartz Award. Gibson will be recognized at the Oct. 1 Greenlee School Advisory Council Meeting and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Honors and Awards Ceremony on Thursday, Oct. 21.
Colton Boyd, a recent graduate in advertising from Indianola, Iowa, and Lydia Wede, a senior in public relations and international studies from Oakland, Iowa, were named the winners of the 2021 Washington Media Scholars Media Plan Case Competition June 10.
Greenlee Assistant Profesor Andy J. King was awarded a $396,908 grant from the National Institutes of Health National Cancer Institute (NCI) to study communication related to colon cancer screening (CRCS). King will lead a team of researchers from Iowa State, Cornell University and New York University to monitor and evaluate public information and communication disparities about CRCS.