It’s a bold one, but the ambition of New Story: Changing the Narrative in West Virginia at WVU on June 9 is to get the state’s most influential, innovative and forward thinking media and communications professionals and students in the one room. Here’s all the info about the event: https://newstorywv.splashthat.com
WVU’s Reed College of Media, West Virginia Public Broadcasting, Appalshop and Louisville Public Radio have signed on to participate, plus journalists, editors, filmmakers, media producers, researchers and community leaders from all corners of the state.
“Re-accreditation is validation that our media programs are among the best in the country,” said Dean Maryanne Reed. “I’m proud of the excellent work done by our faculty to ensure we are providing students with a high-quality, relevant education.”
Shaw will deliver her address, “Home Court Advantage—Promoting Pro-Level Diversity,” at the keynote dinner on June 4 at the Erickson Alumni Center. Shaw’s address will focus on how the Hawks rebuilt a tumultuous relationship with Atlanta by creating a brand platform that incorporates diversity and inclusion as a core business function.
Based on an initiative from the WVU President’s Office, the IMC program has partnered with the Pearl S. Buck Birthplace Foundation to assist with its marketing communications needs.
Sixteen graduate students will develop a comprehensive integrated marketing communications campaign to build awareness, support fundraising activities and promote the Pearl S. Buck Birthplace as a regional and national tourist destination. Students will have the opportunity to interact with Foundation leadership throughout the course.
The Artifice is an online magazine that covers a wide spectrum of art forms, including Film, Anime, Comics, Literature, Games, and Arts. It is collaboratively built and maintained by the writers. The Artifice is currently expanding and has opportunities for students and faculty to join their team of writers. For more information visit http://the-artifice.com/.