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Book 15: Becoming a Filmmaker

Ok, not really, not even close. But I made this video of our trip and some great things we learned. Give it a watch!

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Book 14: Return and Report

This experience with the UVU PRSSA has been incredible for me. There were a few reasons I decided to sign up. The first was my goal to work in entertainment PR. 783 more words

Newsjacking: Three Tips to Avoid A Crisis

By Morgan Anderson

Newsjacking is one of the best ways to keep your company current and popular. Used in traditional forms of advertising and social media, newsjacking is taking advantage of current events in such a way to advertise your brand. 361 more words

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Build your brand: Your key to success

By Sydnie Kerr

College is the place where students gain experiences, discover their passions and more importantly, start building their careers. In a business like public relations, employers want an employee who stands out from the crowd and your personal brand can be your ticket to your next job. 527 more words

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Transparent Teaching, Better Learning

I sat down in a café with a nervous smile on my face. “So, how did I do?” I asked the CRLT teaching consultant.

“Well, the students could tell that you really cared and prepared carefully. 2,004 more words

Non scholae sed vitae 1: Adventures in engaged pedagogy

Most of us in academia, and maybe especially those of us in the darker recesses of the Humanities, are well familiar with the hand-wringing around the pertinence of our research to the “real world.” Obviously, the skills often touted in conversations around this – critical thinking and reading, writing, ability to synthesize – are all hugely important, but can I really say that Classical Archaeology teaches those skills better than, say, Public Health or Environmental Studies? 452 more words

Public Relations and its Role in the Super Bowl

By Sydney Skaggs

The Super Bowl is one of the most highly anticipated annual events in popular culture. Before, during and after the Super Bowl there is significant hype about the commercials, and for many television viewers the ads are a highlight of the game. 483 more words

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