GV Library Releases “2011 Author Recognition Bibliography”

Grand Valley State University Libraries released its "Author Recognition Bibliography" for 2011. Congratulations to the School of Communications faculty members who had their works published. Dr. Anton and Dr. Zhang "Syntax and Ethics: A Conversation" Dr. Anton "Communication Uncovered: General Semantics and Media Ecology" Dr. Anton "Drugs as Environments: Being Inside What is Inside Us" … Continue reading GV Library Releases “2011 Author Recognition Bibliography”

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Ad Agencies Recruit for Digital Skills

Advertising agencies across the country are reaching out aggressively to recruit more young, creative, talented employees. The American Association of Advertising Agencies, known as the 4 A's, just announced a new recruiting effort at its annual conference this week. Part of the recruiting effort is a new web site, called Open Advertising, to demonstrate with … Continue reading Ad Agencies Recruit for Digital Skills

Grand Valley Senior Wins Broadcaster Scholarship

Grand Valley senior Amy Akers went to Lansing to receive some deserved recognition: the Jerry P. Colvin and Michigan Association of Broadcasters Scholarship.  The $1,000 award is offered to outstanding broadcasting students across the state. Akers has been an exceptional student in the broadcasting major and is now completing her second internship at WOOD-TV. The … Continue reading Grand Valley Senior Wins Broadcaster Scholarship

Edith Chapin, Vice President at CNN, Speaks to Broadcasting Students

Through the magic of Skype, CNN's Deputy Bureau chief, spoke to students in Prof. Keith Oppenheim's Broadcast Seminar on Wednesday, March 21st.   Chapin was Oppenheim's bureau chief at CNN Chicago, and now helps manage a staff of 380 in Washington, including correspondents, producers and technical staff.  Chapin spoke about the general demands of running … Continue reading Edith Chapin, Vice President at CNN, Speaks to Broadcasting Students

West Michigan Pros Use Social Media Mostly for Sales, Awareness

Professionals working in West Michigan businesses and nonprofit organizations say the reason they use social media is mostly for sales and business development, but they say the biggest benefit has been making connections and building awareness of their organization. These are some of the results of a survey of West Michigan professionals about their professional … Continue reading West Michigan Pros Use Social Media Mostly for Sales, Awareness

SoC Senior Highlighted in GV Magazine

Advertising and Public Relations major Danielle Musto is featured in Grand Valley Magazine, Winter 2012 edition. View the article "Off-Road Trails: Student is National Mountain Biking Champion."