My ability to communicate person-to-person grew and flourished during my time at Lander. Even though I felt I was a perfectly adequate communicator before college, I’ve learned about the technical aspects of speech and communication in my classes. I’ve also been enlightened about what professionals are looking for in the areas of communication when hiring. … Continue reading 1. To communicate effectively in person
On this page are a few of my ‘real world’ work examples as well as a few pieces that I completed while in college. I had 5 internships/jobs that molded my career plans. My first was at United Way of Laurens County, the summer after my sophomore year. My practicum class during my junior year … Continue reading 5. To demonstrate potential to work as a professional in the chosen emphasis area
This has been the most enlightening area for me within our department.I always knew there were a lot of disputes within media and it’s practices. While in Media Law and Ethics we covered many of the key cases and laws that media persons need to be aware of. Not only just to stay out of … Continue reading 4. To identify and discuss historical, ethical and legal issues related to the student’s chosen emphasis area
I have enjoyed digging deeper into the perception of messages through (mainly social) media. Below are examples of a research paper and a case study that portray this. Public Relations Case Study Social Media and Privacy Continue reading 3. To analyze and critically evaluate messages produced in different media
I have learned so much about communication and it’s many forms. I have particularly enjoyed expanding my knowledge of photography and video production. All the photographs on this site I took, except the featured picture on the ‘Meet the Maker’ tab. (It was taken by younger sister.) The following photos are some of my favorites. … Continue reading 2. To communicate effectively through multiple media
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