SCORE: Vol 2, No. 57 for Thursday May 2, 2018

Southeastern COmmunication REview

SCORE: Newsletter for Southeastern Louisiana University communication majors

                           Vol. 2, No. 57 — Thursday, May 3, 2018

Daily Newsletter Takes a Break

       Today’s edition of the SCORE Newsletter will be the final one for the spring semester. If you are graduating or moving on, congratulations and best wishes. For all students returning in the fall, look for us soon after classes start again Wednesday, Aug. 15.

NOCA Feature Story of the Day:

      Congratulations to Our Graduating Senior

By Sarah Cooper  

As the spring semester comes to a close we say goodbye and congratulations to our Communication seniors that are graduating. As of Monday, the students of Dr. Mirando’s 498 Senior Thesis class presented their research papers at the 38th Triennial Senior Colloquium and defended them in front of family, friends, professors, alumni, and fellow students. Along with the relief and pride that comes with completing this feat, one student is chosen for the honor of Top Paper. Usually the award is given out during the ceremony prior to the students presenting, but due to some changes presentations were held on Monday and the pinning ceremony will be held this Thursday. Before the presentations began, the top 10 senior papers were announced. Allison Kristine Davis, a native of Ponchatoula, Louisiana, is among those chosen to be in the running for this impressive distinction.

When Allison became a part of the Communication department, she immediately felt comfortable with the challenging but rewarding work load. Her senior thesis was titled “Advising Approach Effectiveness: A Study of University Students’ Perception of Developmental and Prescriptive Advising”. Although she is relieved to finally be done with her undergraduate career, her hard work does not stop here. She has decided to come back in the fall to begin her Masters in Organizational Communication and is excited to see where this new chapter of her life brings her.

With such a strong work ethic and hunger for knowledge, Allison is destined for greatness. Allison says, “I could not have come this far in college and in life if not for the love and support of my mom and dad, they will forever be my biggest supporters”. As for any students getting prepared to take 498 this upcoming fall, Allison wants to lend them her biggest piece of advice: find your tribe. She says, “If it weren’t for my communication pals Neil, Mallorie and Julia for keeping my spirits up and being my personal cheerleaders. I could not have survived this past year without them”.   

Expand Your Network with LinkedIn Groups

       Use these tips to update your profile and scan previous posts.

https://www.businessnewsdaily.com/10719-tips-tricks-linkedin-groups.html

Not so Common Career Tips for College Graduates 

       College graduates more often than not get the same advice every year. Read about the best advice that graduates never get.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/francesbridges/2018/04/27/the-best-advice-graduates-never-get/#30521f4c7240

Tips for Building a Successful Career 

       Learn these four strategies for creating a fulfilling career path.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbescoachescouncil/2018/04/24/four-strategies-for-creating-a-fulfilling-career-path/#7b67619a261f

 

NOCA Job Opening of the Day:

Communications Specialist

Cushman & Wakefield- St. Louis, MO

       Creates and executes internal communication plans for functional groups, service lines, and special corporate projects. 

https://www.indeed.com/q-Organizational-Communication-Specialist-jobs.html?vjk=f1df198c4366427c

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Editor of the Day: Julia Ernest

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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