Monthly Archives: April 2013

Topic of the Week 4 (Sp’13)

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Discuss three (or more) things you have done to secure a job in public relations and three (or more) things you must do.

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Provide an argument as to why it is/or is not beneficial for a non-public relations major to complete an introductory level public relations course.

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Let Us See What You Got – Come Rock Our Taste Buds!

A Taste for Southern

Come out and support The Communication Arts Department in their First Annual Tailgating Cook-Off on April 27, 2013.

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Here are a few ways everyone can get involved in this terrific event:

  1. Sign up as a participant in the cook-off, it is $50 to enter the cook-off. This could consist of one person or a team of 4. So if you and your friends love to cook and would love to come out and show us what you got just check out the Rules and Regulations page and contact us at atasteforsouthern@gmail.com.
  2. Spread the word, if you are not a great cook but know someone who is then tell them about this event and encourage them to enter.
  3. Volunteer to help, we are always looking for those individuals that love to help so events will run smoothly. If you are a student that needs volunteer hours or just a student that…

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Topic of the Week 3 (Sp’13)

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Picture courtesy of Microsoft images

Think about an event you have attended in the last 30 days that promoted diversity. How did you find out about the event (i.e. poster, Facebook, word of mouth, newsletter, etc.)? Why did  you attend? Can you identify aspects of traditional public relations that was used or should have been used to increase success of the event?

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Write a blog post reaction to the panel of guest speakers that joined us in class last Friday. Some things to get you started: similarities and differences among jobs; daily duties; takeaways; lessons learned to prepare you for a career in public relations; etc.

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