Lambda Pi Eta (LPH) has been the national honor society of the National Communication Association since 1995 and has over 400 active chapters at four-year universities and colleges worldwide.
This year's inductees includes eleven Communication Management and Design majors. Congratulations and excellent work!
- Alexandra Alteio
Emily Haff, Katelyn Madison, Michela Ann Moe, and Megan Morris, were awarded the Peggy Ryan Williams Award for Academic and Community Leadership. This award is only given to juniors and seniors who excel academically, perform service to the College community and nation, and represent an exemplary level of accomplishment.
Congratulations on your accomplishments!
The department of Strategic Communications is proud to announce that the two seniors with the top cumulative GPAs who will serve as the Park School class marshals for graduation this year are Megan Devlin (CMD major) and Chenaya Devine Milbourne (IMC major).
Megan is the current Editor in Chief of The Ithacan and has had internships with New Sector Alliance, Meals on Wheels and CoFED...
An article by Steve Seidman, professor emeritus and lecturer in the Department of Strategic Communication, was published in Music in American Life: An Encyclopedia of the Songs, Styles, Stars, and Stories That Shaped Our Culture, edited by Jacqueline Edmondson.
His article titled, “Rock Concert Posters” chronicles the history of poster styles and the evolution of one-time event notices into collectable artwork and souvenirs.
William Ryan, assistant professor in the Department of Strategic Communication, recently presented a paper at Academic Mindtrek in Tampere, Finland titled "Social media and the transformation of brand communication." The paper was authored by Ryan, Assistant Professor Adam Peruta, and IC graduate student Suzanne Chouman.
In August, he presented a paper at Digital Games Research Association conference in Atlanta, GA. The paper was titled "Transforming game narrative through social media: A case study of the Mass Effect Universe in Twitter," which was completed with Zach Gilson '13.