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OCT. 20 — BATEMAN PANEL RECAP

Key Takeaways “The Bateman Competition Case Study is a full-blown communications campaign that mimics the real world,” Chapter President Vivian Moussa said. “It’s something you cannot find in class, and you learn what goes into it from start to finish.” She was a member of last year’s campaign “Bobcats, Get on the Map.”Think of this … Continue reading OCT. 20 — BATEMAN PANEL RECAP

“PR During a Pandemic – Where Do We Go From Here” by Olivia Strauss

2020 has presented the world with an array of challenges ranging from a global pandemic, to the election and deadly wildfires. While PR Professionals learn crisis communications, there is no handbook on a global pandemic. So how do PR professionals promote their clients and build a relationship with their audiences when most of their audiences … Continue reading “PR During a Pandemic – Where Do We Go From Here” by Olivia Strauss

OCT. 12 — RECENT GRAD PANEL RECAP

Scripps PRSSA welcomed back some of our most recent grads on a virtual panel Monday. The panelists, listed in the image above, shared their experiences entering the post-grad life, explaining how they got their positions, the ins and outs, and things they wish they knew. Tips, advice and anecdotes listed in this blog were paraphrased … Continue reading OCT. 12 — RECENT GRAD PANEL RECAP

“Should you go to graduate school? Let’s ask Margaret Mary Hicks!” by Alyssa Gormley

Throughout your college career and even after graduating, one question will always remain: should you go to graduate school? It’s a huge decision, and it’s definitely not an easy one. However, I asked Margaret Mary Hicks, a 2019 Ohio University graduate and current postgraduate marketing student at Trinity College Dublin. Here’s some insight on how … Continue reading “Should you go to graduate school? Let’s ask Margaret Mary Hicks!” by Alyssa Gormley

OCT. 5 — BRANDI BOATNER, IBM

Brandi Boatner, an award-winning digital communications professional and prolific public speaker, joined Scripps PRSSA Monday for our virtual meeting. Due to the current climate around racial discrimination in the United States, Brandi has taken a temporary role leading social justice communications both internal and external for IBM globally. In this newly created assignment, Boatner works … Continue reading OCT. 5 — BRANDI BOATNER, IBM

“It’s OK to Struggle Right Now” by Jakob Warren

When my friend reached out to me to vent about her inability to get schoolwork done due to a depressive episode, I totally understood where she was coming from. Let’s be real: the Coronavirus has taken a toll on all of us – it’s been a struggle learning to adapt to this new situation, and … Continue reading “It’s OK to Struggle Right Now” by Jakob Warren

SEPT. 21 — SHARA GLICKMAN, WEBER SHANDWICK

Scripps PRSSA was very excited to welcome two guest speakers, Kerry Tuttle and Theresa Ianni, Monday through a virtual Zoom call! Kerry Tuttle - Edelman Kerry Tuttle is an account supervisor on Edelman’s corporate technology team in Chicago. She has worked with high-growth B2B technology organizations, ranging from startups to Fortune 500 companies, with a … Continue reading SEPT. 21 — SHARA GLICKMAN, WEBER SHANDWICK

“How Scripps PRSSA Stays Connected Throughout COVID-19” by Kaleb Gongwer

It’s no secret this year has been anything but normal. With students not returning back to Athens, it seems like the impossible to keep a campus organization alive. With PRSSA, that hasn’t seemed to be an issue. A Chapter that prides itself on doing more to learn more, Scripps PRSSA executive board members have innovated … Continue reading “How Scripps PRSSA Stays Connected Throughout COVID-19” by Kaleb Gongwer

SEPT. 21 — SHARA GLICKMAN, WEBER SHANDWICK

Scripps PRSSA was delighted to have Shara Glickman from Weber Shandwick. Shara is a senior vice president who works with government, corporate and technology clients to promote their brands and business objectives on the national, local and industry level and increase their partner and community engagement. After more than 15 years as a communications strategist, … Continue reading SEPT. 21 — SHARA GLICKMAN, WEBER SHANDWICK

“Making the Most of a Summer Without a Traditional Internship” by Alec Charron

“With the continuing development of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, we have decided to postpone the internship program for summer 2020.” It’s a sentence many public relations students received in the early wakings of COVID-19 — a devastating blow to all students who have applied to internships over semester. I, for one, felt out of … Continue reading “Making the Most of a Summer Without a Traditional Internship” by Alec Charron