SCORE: Vol 2, No. 50 for Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Southeastern COmmunication REview

SCORE: Newsletter for Southeastern Louisiana University communication majors

                           Vol. 2, No. 50 — Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Profile: Graduating Senior Zechariah Cameron

By Alisha Andrews

       

As the semester nears the midway mark, and students prepare for their midterms, one person is avidly prepared.  While today is not any different than any other, Southeastern senior Zechariah Cameron speaks out about friends, connections, preparedness, and more as his college experience is slowly coming to an end.

As Zech’s career in the communication program has progressed, he shares his thoughts on what it means to be a part of this major. His fascination in this field sprouted from his youth when his family suggested he may like sports broadcasting, and from then on, he’s been pursuing his dreams.  Cameron credits being around like-minded individuals who share the same passion for himself as one of his many favorite things about college.

Cameron says, “My favorite part of college is being around other communication students, because throughout my time here, you know it’s more people, and over the years I’ve gotten to know them and learn about so many more people, and since we’re going to school for the same reason, so the camaraderie, it really means a lot.”

The last thing he spoke of was advice he would give to upcoming Communication novices and the importance of keeping up.

“To any incoming freshmen, I would say after your first semester and you have to take all of those classes, I would recommend you get involved in as much as you can. There is so much you can do, whether you like Organizational organization, production or even Public Relational communication, just after you take those first classes, get in mind what you think you want to do and join a club or something at the Southeastern channel or Lion’s Roar. Just get involved and get to know your classmates, as they have helped me a lot through my journey.”

Make the Most Out of Conferences  

       Going to any Conference no matter what career path you chose will better benefit you. So next time you head out to a conference make sure you make the most of it.

http://www.insidehighered.com/advice/2018/02/26/tips-making-most-out-conferences-when-it-comes-your-career-opinion 

Cybersecurity is Everything 

       Cybersecurity is not something to take lightly and it’s very serious. As the NIST framework shows how the federal government stepped up to our cyber threats to our communication network.

https://www.brookings.edu/blog/techtank/2018/02/15/cybersecurity-is-not-something-it-is-everything/?utm_campaign=Brookings%20Brief&utm_source=hs_email&utm_medium=email&utm_content=60754417 

Simple Tips on Becoming a Better Public Speaker 

       Public speaking is one form of communication that is a must in this field we are all chasing. Always work towards advancing this skill with these simple tips.

 https://www.inc.com/betty-liu/8-simple-ways-to-become-a-more-impressive-public-speaker.html?cid=hmside4 

BEA Job Opening of the Day:

KENS5 (San Antonio, TX)
Sports Anchor/Multi-Skilled Journalist

3News (Corpus Christi, TX)
Reporter/Multi-Skilled Journalist

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Editor of the Day: Hope Ramirez

Assitant Editor: Tyler Guidroz

This newsletter is produced Monday through Thursday during the fall and spring semesters by students who are members of a Southeastern communication extracurricular organization and is distributed to communication majors, faculty members, alumni and other interested parties. Specific names and email addresses of people who receive this newsletter are kept confidential. Opinions expressed here represent the views of the writer and not Southeastern Louisiana University. To provide a suggestion for an article, or to submit an article or to comment on any aspect of this newsletter, please send email to feng1678@selu.edu. Items in this newsletter that refer to articles originally published elsewhere, copyright restrictions may prohibit copying or re-distribution; however, original items that appear in this newsletter can be copied, stored, aggregated or re-distributed without permission, but please give credit to the bylined author and to SCORE. To unsubscribe to this newsletter, send an email to feng1678@selu.edu. -30-

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