April 8, 2008
- Simmons Alumna Receives Award at NEPA Convention 2008!
- Simmons Marketing Club!
- Simmons College Radio Wants You!
- Old Wrongs New Rights Book Release
Simmons Alumna Receives Award at NEPA Convention 2008!
Simmons Alumna, Jill Harmacinski displays a first-place plaque as fellow staff members from the Eagle Tribune of North Andover, Mass., celebrate. Clockwise from her right, they are Gretchen Putnam, Tracey Rauh Solomon and Terry Date.
Simmons Marketing Club!
Join the Simmons Marketing Club
Are you interested in pursuing a career in marketing or advertising? Do you want to learn more about the field and how to stand out in your interviews?
Get a head start on your career by joining us in creating the Simmons Chapter of the AMA (American Marketing Association). Jill Avery, Professor for the SOM’s Brand Strategy classes, and Ed Vieira, Communications Professor for Advanced Advertising will be the club’s advisors.
The first interest meeting will be held this Friday, April 11, 2008 at 3:30pm in Java City.
We’ll be discussing and brainstorming ideas and getting the group set up for the ‘08-‘09 school year. In addition, the group will be entering an Annual Marketing Case Competition, will be hosting several prominent industry professional speakers, will be holding networking dinners with Simmons grads, and will be learning more about the myriad of career paths one can take in the field.
Contact Jocelin-Louise at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and look for the Facebook group.
Simmons College Radio Wants You!
If you have the heart of a DJ beating within you, Simmons College Radio wants you and your program ideas. The first of a series of informational/organizational meetings for the new Internet station, which will launch in the fall semester, will be held at noon and 5 pm on Tuesday, April 8 in L-328, which is located on the third floor of the Library. Students, faculty, and staff are all invited to participate. Other meetings will be held at noon on Wednesday, April 16, and 5 pm on Thursday, April 17. Both will be in L-328.
Old Wrongs New Rights Book Release
student views on the new south Africa
The second book of student writing on human rights in South Africa–Old Wrongs, New Rights–will be launched on Monday, April 14, in the Linda K. Paresky Center from 5pm—7pm.
Student authors will read from the book, which was designed and laid out by students in the Communications Department’s Studio Five seminar.
There will also be a short student produced film from the trip. Books will be available for sale and signing, and refreshments will be served.
Monday, April 14
Linda K. Paresky Center
5 p.m.—7 p.m.
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