Advisory Board set
to meet Sept. 27-28

 

The Baird Pulitzer Lecture by Anna Quindlen and a panel discussion on "Politics, Public Relations and the Public Interest" will headline the Elon University School of Communications Advisory Board meeting Sept. 27 and 28. Leading professional communicators from across the United States will convene for the biannual meeting.

Sophomore Communications Fellows and faculty and staff members will host a luncheon for board members in Studio B Sept. 27. A highlight will be presentations made by a number of Elon students, including: Dan Hanson, a CNN intern at the Republican National Convention; David Douglas of ESTV; Brandi Little, who presented research at the Federal Communications Commission; Laith Majali, a broadcast major from Jordan; Jessica Patchett of The Pendulum; and Samantha White, a participant in the team working on AIDS documentaries produced in Namibia.

Board members will give input for the School's next five-year plan. They will also attend Pulitzer-winner Anna Quindlen's Q-A session in Whitley and her fall convocation lecture in Alumni Gym.

Advisory Board members will meet with the Student Advisory Board for the School of Communications Sept. 28. They will conduct mock interviews with students, visit classrooms and attend College Coffee.

Board members Lee Rainie, Reggie Murphy, Kelly Carlton and Joe Gleason will share their views in the panel presentation "A Formula for American Democracy: Politics, Public Relations and the Public Interest" at 10:30 a.m. Sept. 28 in Whitley Auditorium. Rainie is director of the Pew Internet & American Life Project in Washington, D.C. Murphy is marketing research manager for USA Today and previously worked for TV research firm Frank N. Magid Associates. Carlton is creative director for Intralink Film Graphic Design, Los Angeles. Gleason is managing director of Manning Selvage & Lee public relations firm in Washington, D.C. The panel will be moderated by School of Communications faculty member Frances Ward-Johnson; she has worked as a reporter for The Associated Press and the Greensboro News & Record, and as communications manager at the Center for Creative Leadership.

 

 

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