Student advice

Finding an Internship is Not Easy, But Possible – A Student Story

November 12, 2012
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~~ Guest post by Delroy Coke, Senior Advertising Major and Member of Lambda Pi Eta Honor Society ~~ On July 5, 2012 ,I was interning at Prudential Fox and Roach as a marketing associate. During my second week of the summer internship, I did not feel any passion towards my job assignment. Therefore, the...
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Online Journalism I and II – Valuable Courses for Communication Majors

March 31, 2011
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~~ A guest blog by Samantha Costa and Danielle Tamburilla, Lambda Pi Eta members and College of Communication students ~~ “In the digital age, journalists have to be willing to experiment, to try new things, and to adapt. And you have to do it because you are passionate about it,” says Online Journalism Professor...
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Rowan Radio

March 26, 2011
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~~ A guest post by Christina Maxwell, Lambda Pi Eta member and RTF major ~~ If you’re a student of the College of Communication, it’s a good idea to join a club or activity. From the Rowan Television Network to The Whit, Rowan University’s newspaper, there are plenty of choices that provide great opportunities...
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Communicating with Family and Friends while Earning a Degree in Communication

March 23, 2011
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~~ A guest post by Kristina Scala, Lambda Pi Eta member and College of Communication student ~~ As a student living on campus, trying to juggle college life is difficult enough. On top of mass amounts of homework and class assignments, adding any more things to do is more stressful. Living on campus makes...
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What to do with your Journalism Degree

February 21, 2011
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~ A Guest Post by Allison Mechanic ~ Lambda Pi Eta Member and College of Communication Student ~ “What are you planning to do with your degree?” is a hard enough answer to give as a college senior as it is.  As a journalism major, I used to dread this question, not because I...
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Communication 2.0: The Age of Social Media

November 30, 2010
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~ A guest blog by Isaac Katz College of Communication student and Lambda Pi Eta member ~ Since the dawn of the printing press, communication as we know it has gone through different eras. In the mid-1400′s, it was that press which brought messages to the rich, and later, newspaper taught the poor to...
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Summer Reading 2010

June 11, 2010
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Across the United States, communities (including Philadelphia), library systems, and schools participate in “One Book” programs. These programs are designed to encourage members of a community or school to read a common book, then allowing for community discussion, reflection, and analysis of the text. For colleges and universities, such programs allow the shared book...
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Commencement Remarks 2010 and Honoring Tony Fulginiti

May 14, 2010
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Class of 2010, you made it.  It’s been a challenge, but here you are.  And we, your professors, advisors, professional staff, friends, and family are so glad and so proud.  In your years here at Rowan, you as a group have accomplished much.  You have gotten good grades, excelled at sports, become a part...
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Surviving Finals Week – Version 2.0

May 5, 2010
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This post is a repost from last year, “enhanced” with new material. ************************************************************ Final exam week creeps up on all of us (students and teachers alike).  Before we know it, all of those projects, presentations, and tests are due and we head into a frenzy of work to round out the semester.  We’ll all...
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Email Etiquette

February 23, 2010
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The following post was first run in Spring 2009, but based on comments from faculty, staff, and students, I thought maybe a re-run with a few additions would be a good idea. Writing Professional Emails In today’s highly techno-focused culture, we are becoming accustomed to the speed and ease of sending instant messages or texts...
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