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Communication Week

Communication Week

What Is Your Digital Destiny? 

February 16-19, 2015
 
Featuring Guest Lecturer
Aaron Dignan
Author of Game Frame: Using Games as a Strategy for Success
Tuesday, February 17
7:00 p.m. JBK Legacy Hall
Aaron Dignan’s presentation is funded by the Distinguished Lecture Series.
 

 
Communication Week Schedule
 
Monday, February 16
12:00 p.m. - Game Show, Hollywood Game Night, FAC Recital Hall
6:00 p.m. - Alumni Table Talk, Grand Lobby
 
Tuesday, February 17
12:00 p.m. - Game Show, Family Fued, FAC Recital Hall
7:00 p.m.   -  Distinguished Lecture Series, Aaron Dignan, Legacy Hall

Wednesday, February 18
12:00 p.m. - Project Runway, FAC Foyer
 
Thursday, February 19
5:30 p.m. - Subscription Series, Pioneer Women Panel Discussion, Location TBA
 

Communication Week is a entire week of events dedicated to bringing together students from every part of the Communication Department: Communication Studies, Broadcast Journalism, Advertising/Public Relations, Broadcast Media and Graduate students. Mixers, competitions and student showcase make up parts of Comm Week, but the students and faculty also focus on campus awareness by bringing a guest lecturer to WTAMU. In 2009, director of Hollywood, Health & Society (HH&S), Sandra de Castro Buffington, spoke about her program that provides entertainment industry professionals with accurate and timely information for health storylines. In 2010, author, educator and filmaker Jackson Katz spoke on the topic of gender violence prevention, and his new book "The Macho Paradox."  The 2011 communication scholar, Jean Kilbourne, presented her groundbreaking study on the image of women in advertising, a lecture made famous by her documentary film Killing Us Softly.  In 2012, WTAMU hosted guest presenter Liz Murray who was the subject of Lifetime TV's Emmy nominated original film Homeless to Harvard as well as the author of the New York Times best selling book "Breaking Night." Then, in 2013, WTAMU was pleased to present Betty Nguyen as a portion of the Distinguished Lecture Series.

 
 

 

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