NO lie: The Communication Program at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay may be the most prestigious program in the state – maybe even in the world, too.
Prestigious because of its: 1.) renowned leadership; 2.) comprehensive curriculum and; 3.) the real-world experience of a broadly-diverse, totally-connected, award-winning faculty and staff.
To showcase the program, Communication Week was created to recognize and celebrate the past, present and future of the department – and its students. Last year, Comm One/Comm All attracted 180 business leaders, alumni, students, faculty – and prospective students. You’re invited this year.
Comm Week features a variety of events to showcase its talents including: 1.) What the Communication department is – and isn’t; 2.) Networking 101; 3.) a preview of Capstone Courses, 4.) Social Media Workshops; 5.) alumni panels; 6.) competition for current students to show off their work and finally, 7.) a banquet to celebrate the week.
While the first Comm Week was a success, the hard part is doing it again. Department Chair Phil Clampitt has put together a hard-working team of Comm Majors who are building on last year’s success, and setting the stage for continuous improvement in every Comm Week to come.
You’re invited: ALL Majors, Minors and Undecideds welcome; festivities begin February 5. Comm Week is a great opportunity for learning – and making new connections. Visit website for more information: http://www.uwgbcommweek.com/
Hoping to help build on last year’s success, COMM major Amanda Leick will be one of the many Comm Week participants with a vested interest in the success of the Comm program. Amanda will graduate in May with a double major in Communication and an emphasis in Public Relations and Human Development.
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