Alumni Panel Kicks Off Communication and Media Week

Communication and Media week began on Monday, April 25 with an Alumni Panel in the College Terrace.  The speakers on the panel included Bryan Neilon, Janus Adams and Dan Barry.  Other events that took place were a screening of “Changing Identites: A story of Traumatic Injury and Art,” a documentary by Professor Dan Labbato.  On Wednesday, April 27 a Discussion of Service Opportunities was held where organizations such as AmeriCorps and The Peace Corps discussed opportunities for communication and media graduates.  Communication and Media week ends with keynote speaker Randy Savicky, marketing strategist and corporate storytelling expert, at 6 p.m. in the College Terrace.  The lecture is immediately followed by The Little Rebellion re-launch party at 7 p.m. in the College Terrace.

 

Victoria DiStefano

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