at 1845 Fairmount St, Wichita, 67260 United States
The Elliott School of Communication seeks to develop well-rounded media and communication professionals with essential skills.
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Save the date for the second annual communication internship & career fair, 1-4 p.m. Feb. 4, 2015, in the RSC Ballroom. We hope to have 50 communication employers on campus conducting interviews and discussion open positions, including media companies, agencies (including some from Kansas City), corporate communications, nonprofits and more. Watch for more details in early January, or contact Eric Wilson for more info.
December graduates: One last reminder about the reception in your honor from 12:30-1:30 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 14, in the Elliott Hall Commons. Stop by on your way to graduation; bring your guests for snacks and tours and pick up your ESC graduate swag. You can come by even if you are not walking in the ceremony. No RSVP required.
December graduates: Don't forget about the Elliott School's come-and-go reception from 12:30-1:30 p.m. Dec. 14 in the Elliott Hall Commons. That's right before check-in for commencement. Bring your family and guests for refreshments, tours and to meet the faculty. Graduates will also receive a gift. No RSVPs required. Just show up (even if you're not walking)! Contact Eric Wilson, 978-6059, for more info.
December graduates: The Elliott School will honor you at a come-and-go reception from 12:30-1:30 p.m. Dec. 14 in the Elliott Hall Commons. That's right before check-in for commencement. Bring your family and guests for refreshments, tours and to meet the faculty. Graduates will also receive a gift. Contact Eric Wilson, 978-6059, for more info.
Reminder: Dr. Jessica Bertapelle and Dr. Jennifer Tiernan will present their research project, "No Grand Plan: Navigating Communication Dynamics and Challenges in Grandfamilies," at the inaugural FacR/CA (Faculty Research and Creative Activity Colloquium) on Monday, December 1 at 2 p.m. in Elliott Hall room 234. The FacR/CA series will regularly showcase Elliott School faculty work. The event is open to everyone and we particularly encourage ESC graduate students to attend.
The Elliott School's strengths are its people, program, facilities and location.
part of the state's only major research university in a metropolitan area, the Elliott
School offers a distinct advantage in combining academic and professional education
in the largest media market in Kansas.
Our curriculum focuses on skills that are the basis of success in marketing, public
relations, journalism and other communication fields: researching, writing, speaking,
thinking visually, problem-solving, studying history, and applying theory, law and