Rachel Karten graduated with a degree in Film and Television Production in 2003. Since graduating, Karten has been working in publicity. We asked Rachel about her career and what her professional role as a publicist is like. Q: How and why did you move from film production into publicity? A: Honestly, I sort of fell
Every so often, we’ll be spotlighting alumni and what they are up to these days. These Q&A sessions will give you a bit of insight into where the world has taken them since graduation. This week, the spotlight is on Brittney Hefner (BA/PRA ’09), Senior Account Supervisor at Edelman for Xbox. DODGE: Share your career
For public relations students, pitching the media is one of the most important skills they can learn. And there is no better proof of the effectiveness of classroom practice than having to use those skills in the real world. But what could be more nerve-wracking than pitching your client to the man who taught you
Public Relations & Advertising Senior Lynette Greathouse is now the director of the nationally accredited, student-run Public Relations firm Chapman Impressions – and she’s looking for new applicants to the firm. Read on to find out more about the program: their mission, background, and most importantly, info on how to apply!
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The team of Public Relations & Advertising students who created and executed the clever “PowerUp” campaign, which we wrote about in February and March, has received an Honorable Mention for their groundbreaking work. From the PRSSA’s National News desk: PRSSA 2012 Bateman Competition — First Phase of Judging Results April 23, 2012 PRSSA Headquarters received