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“You guys are farther along than I was when I was in college – you’re farther along than I am now,” laughed Mark Gross ’88, a Senior Vice President and Executive Producer at ESPN, as he addressed a standing-room only crowd of students in the Park Auditorium.

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CMD professor Cory L. Young and IMC professor Arhlene A. Flowers, in coordination with graduate student Nate Ren, publish in PRism, a scholarly journal on public relations. The article, “Technology and crisis communication: Emerging themes from a pilot study of U.S. public relations practitioners,” focuses on the use of technology by individuals in crisis situations. Due to faster information flow between individuals today, the public relations field is experiencing an impact on the preparation process. Now, these organizations need to learn how to adapt these new technologies and utilize them when disaster strikes.

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Brad Collins ’11 will showcase his senior thesis film, Love Potions, at the Short Film Corner at Cannes this week.

Love Potions
is a romantic comedy about a fourth-grade boy who sneaks a harmless love potion into the lunch of a young witch.

The film’s crew was comprised of many Park students, and was completed in Professor Guido Santi’s Fall 2010 thesis class.

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Melissa Buck '13, recently won the bronze prize in the 2011 Computer Security Awareness Poster and Video Contest in the poster category. The host of the contest, EDUCAUSE, is a non-profit organization that focuses on the intelligent use of technology in higher education.

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Diane Gayeski, dean of the Roy H. Park School of Communications was recently published in The IABC handbook of organizational communication, 2nd edition. Her chapter is titled "Strategic Approaches to Managing the Communications Function."

The handbook includes contributions from the leading experts in organizational, business and corporate communication.

Gayeski has written 14 books and numerous articles on topics such as managing corporate learning and communication functions, new technologies, and new workforce demographics.

 

 

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