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When COVID-19 had other plans

After COVID-19 changed her plans for spring break and the rest of the semester, Meghan Custis, a sophomore in public relations and technical communications, describes how she’s found other activities to stay busy.

My adventure in public relations and creative direction with The Fashion Show and TREND magazine

Name: Izacc Quisling Year: junior Major: public relations Minors: psychology and event management Hometown: Cedar Falls, Iowa Shortly after transferring to Iowa State in fall 2019, Izacc Quisling became involved with two organizations on campus: TREND magazine, a student-run publication focusing on fashion, beauty, body and lifestyle for men and women, and The Fashion Show, … Continue reading My adventure in public relations and creative direction with The Fashion Show and TREND magazine

CATEGORIES: Student Perspective

How would you describe Greenlee students?

In this guest blog post, Erin Wilgenbusch, Greenlee public relations associate teaching professor, shares what her Brand Storytelling students discovered when they created word clouds and gap analyses as they develop their personal brand stories.

Student Spotlight: Hannah Noble, WGS social media intern

Name: Hannah Noble Year: senior Hometown: Orion, Illinois Major: public relations Minors: history, political science In order to graduate, Greenlee students must complete a 400-hour internship for 499A credit. There are many resources available on campus to help students secure positions, including campus career fairs, the Jump-Start Internship and Networking Fair — hosted by the … Continue reading Student Spotlight: Hannah Noble, WGS social media intern