Manichanh Naonady is a mother, journalist, non-traditional student and so much more. She’ll soon have another identity: college graduate. Naonady graduates from Iowa State University this weekend with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and mass communication. The 30-year-old’s life wasn’t always heading in this direction, however.
Manichanh Naonady (’19 journalism and mass communication) was selected as student marshal and will speak at the LAS 2019 Fall Convocation Ceremony. Naonady interned with the World Food Prize Foundation, reported on food science for the Iowa State Daily and served as editor-in-chief of Cardinal Eats magazine.
During Thanksgiving Break, Greenlee computer labs will be open Monday, Nov. 25, and Tuesday, Nov. 26, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Hours can be extended later if needed. Equipment checked out Friday, Nov. 22, will be due on Monday, Dec. 2. The main office, located in 101 Hamiton Hall, will be open Monday through Wednesday, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Iowa State Daily won several awards at the ACP and CMA Convention in Washington, D.C. The wins included the Pacemaker Award, an honor given by the ACP to the top student newspaper in the country, and a third place finish for the CMA Pinnacle Award.
The Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication encourages Greenlee students to submit their best published work for consideration in the 2020 Hearst Journalism Awards competition. Competitions take place throughout the 2019-20 academic year. See post for criteria and details.
Our workplaces are the best and safest places for individuals to experience civil discussions in today’s political environment, according to keynote speaker Leslie Gaines-Ross, Chief Reputation Strategist at Weber Shandwick. See more ideas for promoting civility and civil discourse in the 2019 Greenlee Summit report-out.
Michael Bugeja, professor in the Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication, was awarded the title of Iowa State University Distinguished Professor on Sept. 23 at the University Faculty Staff Awards Ceremony.
Kelly Winfrey, an assistant professor in the Greenlee School, will discuss the unique challenges women candidates face and the communication strategies they use in their efforts to win over voters during the fall 2019 LAS Dean’s Lecture on Thursday, Oct. 10.