Robin Spring and Alex Nesterenko recently published an article, "Liberal vs. professional advertising education: A national survey of practitioners," in the Journal of Professional Communication.
GVSU students and faculty associated with the Speech Lab recently published two articles in the NACC's Communication Center Journal.
The first article, "Stronger together: Nonsummativity and the Grand Valley State University Team" was written by Carl Brown, Jennifer Torreano, Jeannine Lane, and GVSU/SoC alum Skye Gregory-Hatch. The second article, by Speech Lab Student Directors Jeannine Lane and Justin Sims, is a review on Nancy Duarte's book slide:ology.
Adrienne Wallace, along with GVSU PRSSA chapter president Trevor Bryan, presented a session at GVSU's Teach-In on November 8. An article about their presentation, "Intentional Inclusion: How to Improve Your Student Organization’s Efforts for Inclusion," was featured on the national PRSSA website.
Jeff Kelly Lowenstein was part of a team that won a Vodacom Journalist of the Year Award for the Western Cape Region. Jeff and his colleagues took top honors in the data category for their "Gaming the Lottery" project. According to the citation, the project "combined skillful story-telling, in-depth analysis, deep insight and enterprising journalism to uncover a story with both local and global implications, in the process setting a benchmark for media coverage of allocation of funding of any kind." You can visit Vodacom's website for the full citation.
Our own Eric Harvey stepped into the recent buzz surrounding SNL's Pete Davidson with a piece on Slate entitled Pete Davidson Is Taking Over SNL. You can read the full piece here.
Jeff Kelly Lowenstein is part of an international group of journalists, educators, and students who was recently awarded a $45,000 grant from the Open Society Foundation to disseminate the results of the recent global lottery investigation, and to being a new project investigating human impact on the world's water supply. Congratulations, Jeff!