Future Advertising, Public Relations, and Journalism Professionals are inducted into the University's Chapters
The communication arts department recently hosted its 2017 Induction Ceremony for the American Advertising Federation (AAF), the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA), and the Society for Collegiate Journalists (SCJ) Chapters at the University.
The induction ceremony included twenty-one Marywood students who were inducted into the AAF, PRSSA, or SCJ Chapters at the University. Keynote speakers included Kathryn Bondi, vice president of AAF of Northeastern Pennsylvania, and Sarah Hofius-Hall, Times-Tribune reporter.
Ms. Bondi explained that the path to the job that each of us gets is not always a clear-cut one, and requires each of us to be patient yet determined in our pursuit of our profession. “Lift each other up,” said Ms. Bondi. “Say yes to opportunities that come up—attend workshops, local speaking engagements, and networking events,” she continued.
Ms. Hofius-Hall offered students a “Top Ten” list, which included valuable insights into lessons that she has learned while working as a reporter with The Scranton Times-Tribune, which included advice ranging from wearing practical shoes to the importance of journalism in our country today. “The threats to press freedoms, along with the presence of fake news and alternative facts, means we need reputable news sources more than ever. We need reporters who are eager to keep the public informed. And I hope that’s all of you,” said Ms. Hofius-Hall.
Kristen Pietryka, PRSSA/AAF Chapter president, and Alexandra Goebelber, PRSSA/AAF Chapter vice president recited the pledge for the inductees that include: Lauryn Butler, Kourtney Kordish, Christy O’Neil, Kirstin Wilson, Jordyn Jacques, Casey Markiewicz, Margaret Scott, and Anne Zukowski.
Alex Weidner, SCJ president, and Rachel Looker, SCJ vice-president led the pledge for SCJ inductees that include: Elizabeth Carlson, Alex Knittel, Kaitlyn O’Meara, Kristen Pietryka, Ali Sidiki, Courtney Snyder, Brooke Williams, Kyle Clouse, Kaitlin Korgeski, Christy O’Neil, Margaret Scott, Daniel Smith, and Bethany Wade.
Marywood Screening Program Helps to Identify Depression and Mood Disorders
Free Screenings Offered at Marywood University’s Psychological Services Center, October 6, 9 a.m.-7 p.m.
Marywood Will Host Lackawanna County's 2022 College Fair
Check out the almost 50 schools represented.
Music, Theatre, and Dance Fall 2022 Events
Marywood University’s Music, Theatre, and Dance department has announced its fall semester concerts and performances.