Advertising Club: Dinner and Panel Discussion
Tuesday, November 28 | 6 - 8pm
Willard J. Walker Hall - Room 203
Advertising Club will host a dinner and a panel discussion with six Northwest Arkansas professionals. Journalism students can hear from professionals in the Northwest Arkansas area about how they obtained their positions and how their past experiences led them to the company they work for today. This is an opportunity for students to connect with professionals from a variety of companies.
Prepare for a career as a writer, reporter and editor. Emphasis on research and investigative skills. Learn news judgment and ethical standards.
Prepare for a career as a producer, reporter, videographer, anchor and director. Learn reporting, writing, shooting and editing. Hands-on television and radio labs.
Prepare for a career developing and managing advertising and public relations campaigns and designing and creating ads. Learn the theories and skills of how to create persuasive messages.
Students can select from a variety of concentrations, such as Documentary Film, Strategic Advertising & Public Relations or take courses in a variety of topics. Students may choose to pursue a traditional research thesis, create a documentary film, or a special project.
The purpose of the center is to foster the study and practice of the journalistic principles of accuracy, fairness, and service to the public.