Over spring break, 13 COM seniors and grad students met with representatives from nine New York City PR agencies to chat with working professionals and gain career insights and connections. COM faculty Amy Shanler (far left) and Justin Joseph (far right) and the group, here at Edelman, one of the world’s top PR firms.
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What has your career/education path been like since graduating? Upon graduation, I started my career at Nielsen as a Methodological Research Analyst providing research solutions, driving innovation and digital measurement. Five years at Nielsen provided me a solid background of different methodologies, client interaction and performing research on research. I moved to Dallas to be… Read More
Key faculty from Boston University’s College of Communication (COM) joined communication specialists from universities around the nation at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication’s (AEJMC) annual conference in Chicago, August 9 -12. COM also announced its new Division of Emerging Media at a reception for colleagues, faculty, and friends on Thursday, August… Read More
Dr. Mina Tsay received a Promising Professor award at this year’s Association for Education in Journalism & Mass Communication’s national conference in Denver on Friday, August 6. The AEJMC Mass Communication & Society Division and Graduate Education Interest Group honored the best and brightest teachers during the annual Promising Professor Awards Panel & Workshop, where… Read More
Boston University Journalism students have taken home five prizes, including two First Place awards, in a prestigious national contest sponsored by the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication. First Place in the Investigations and Analysis Division went to Phil Mattingly for a story about the after-effects experienced by reporters who were embedded during… Read More