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'Meet and Greet' With Alumni in Communication Careers
As part of the Communication Week events taking place March 1-5, students in Lambda Pi Eta and the Communication Honor Society have planned a "Meet and Greet" with alumni who represent various careers in communication. The nine alumni will briefly describe their careers and then students and alumni will mingle so students can find out more information about the careers they are considering.
The event will take place on Thursday, March 4, from 12:15-1:15 p.m. in Gengras Student Union, Room 345.
The School of Communication alumni who will attend are:
– Kristie Borges, News Producer, NBC 30
– Stephen Busemeyer, Breaking News Editor, The Hartford Courant
– Jocelyn Feder, Human Resources Manager, Goodrich PECS
– LeAnne Gendreau, Web Editor, NBC 30
– Alexis Lemieux, Communication Specialist, The Hartford
– Mark Lukas, Retail Advertising Director, The Hartford Courant
– Rachel Lutzker, TV Reporter, Fox 61
– Amanda Nelson, Account Executive, Cronin & Co.
– Lon Seidman, co-founder and C.E. O. of Local Online News.TV
Download a flyer for the Alumni/Student Careers in Communication Meet and Greet.
Other Communication Week events will include "Trivia Tuesday," a game with questions about communication trivia, and a campus clean-up service project on Wednesday.
To participate in Trivia Tuesday, on Tuesday, March 2, pick up a Communication Trivia form from the table outside room E228 in the School of Communication lobby in the the Gray Center. Submit it to Dr. Aimee Miller at her office in E226 by Thursday, March 4, at 10 a.m. The first three answer sheets to be randomly selected and have all correct answers will win a prize.
On Wednesday, March 3, join School of Communication students and faculty anytime between 10 a.m. and noon outside Konover to help clean up the area.