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Hello MAPC Community!
On April 12th we are holding an event to celebrate our program's 20th Anniversary!
We are planning a series of events throughout the day that we hope will be intriguing, interesting and useful to everyone affiliated with MAPC. We also hope this event will allow our alumni to catch up with one another, share their knowledge, meet current students, and simply return to MAPC for a day.
We have several alumni presenters lined up to speak throughout the day where both students and alumni will have chances to learn from each other and network with others from the program. A schedule of the event is listed below with a description of the different activities and a list of presenters. More presenters are being added so check back as the event gets closer!
We hope you will consider attending our 20th Anniversary Celebration!!
Date: Friday April 12th, 2013
Location: Conference room of the Pearce Center for Professional Communication
|Keynote Address||Dr. Howard will open with a brief welcome back before our speakers give a 20-30 minute keynote address. Food is provided by the English Department.||Dixie Goswami & Arthur Young: A Snapshot of the Profession Communication Field, Then and Now|
|Progressions (2)||There will be two progressions in the morning. During each hour 3 presenters will each hold a mini presentation on a software, technique, program, skill, etc. for 15 minutes. After 15 minutes, the attendees will then rotate to a different presenter. Food is provided.||
Glen Southergill: Enhancing Productivity Through Microblogging
Haney Maj Shawn: Campaign/Communication Planning or Crisis Communication
Bobby Retew: Building Strong Communities
Adam Wickliffe: Online Journalism & Advertising/Sales
Andy Heck:Art Direction: Beyond Graphic Design
Amy Jesse: Print & Digital Publications
|12pm-1:30pm||Lunch||Lunch is Provided.|
|1:30pm-3pm||Life After MAPC & Career Development Panel||
Each alumni on the panel will speak for 5-10 minutes on their topic, experiences, etc. After each panel member has spoken, conversation can open to the room.
Haney Maj Shawn
**(Special thanks to the Dept. of English and to the Pearce Center for Professional Communication for their financial support of this event)