Students working on their capstone project to raise awareness of misinformation in the Asian American Pacific Islander Community are participating in a national competition to stop targeted violence. In the class Public Relations Campaigns course, (PR 424) students have worked throughout the semester to create “The Pear Podcast” which emphasizes the effects that misinformation has on different cultures and communities.
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (LAS) has selected Meg Grice as the Fall 2021 LAS student marshal. Grice is from Humboldt, Iowa, and is graduating with honors with a degree in public relations, second major in international studies and minors in general business and French.
The Washington Media Scholars Foundation announced Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication senior in public relations Emma McDowell as a spring 2022 Media Fellow. The scholarship supports students whose academic interests are at the intersection of advertising and public policy. “The Washington Media Scholars Foundation serves to identify talented students throughout the country who may … Continue reading Greenlee student awarded Washington Media Fellows Scholarship
Freelance photographer for many high-profile clients such as the Associated Press, Getty Images and The New York Times, Leigh Vogel will share industry tips and career advice on multimedia storytelling with students at the Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication’s 2021 Futures Forum at 3 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 16, 2021, in the Memorial Union’s Cardinal Room.
November 16, 2021, 3:00-5:30pm | Cardinal Room, Memorial Union
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.