COMDay 2013

 

COMDay 2013

The first annual COMDay was held on March 12, 2013 at de Witt Hall.

2013 Schedule

Registration
9:30am - 9:45am 
Check in and mingle with guests, faculty and students

Welcome & Introduction
9:45am - 10:00am
Welcome message by Dr. Janice Barrett, Chair of the Department of Communication

From the FrontPage to the Homepage: Evolving Journalism
10:00am - 10:45am
Speaker: Teresa Hanafin, Director of Community Engagement and Social Media director for the Boston Globe's boston.com

Speed Networking: Find out What Employers are Looking for in New Hires
11:00am - 12:00pm
Roundtable Facilitators:

  • Teresina Cardamone & Sara Scogland, IDG: Strategic Marketing Services
  • Brian Gallagher, Freelancer WBZ-TV4, Boston  
  • Nicole Gonzalez & Scott Mackenzie, The Castle Group
  • Cindy Hale, OTW Advertising Inc.
  • J.D. Hale Jr., Yankee Publishing Inc.
  • Hannah Hanks, Beacon Hill Staffing Group, LLC
  • Katie Maillet & Crystal Woody, Constant Contact
  • J.P. McConologue, Allison Parker, & Ellen Ryan, KNF&T Staffing Resources

Lunch
12:00pm - 12:45pm
Eat and mingle with guests, faculty, and students

A Need for Media Ethics in a Changing World
12:45pm - 1:45pm
Keynote Speaker: Alex S. Jones, Director of the Shorenstein Center at Harvard University

Corporate Communications’ Cruising Altitude
2:00pm - 3:15pm
Speaker: Jenny Dervin, VP Corporate Communications, JetBlue

Student Film Festival
3:30pm - 4:30pm
A showcase of student work followed by audience voting for the best project

Coffee Break
4:30pm - 5:00pm
Mingle with guests, faculty, and students - Sponsored by the Office of Graduate Admission

Life After Lasell: Communication Alumni Panel
5:00pm - 5:45pm
Meet recent successful alumni working in the communication field and learn and ask about their life after Lasell. Panelists:

  • Sara Brown, Hello Giggles
  • Vincent DiBenedetto, EMC Corporation
  • Adrienne Griffith, Cox Media Group
  • Kimberly Hooper, Concord Journal
  • Ashlee Jannino, Jam'n 94.5
  • Briana Nestor, Graduate Student
  • Kayleigh Robertson, American Red Cross

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President Alexander Responds to the Tragedy in Orlando  Thursday, June 16, 2016We the people of the United States cherish our freedoms. Whether it be the freedom to say what we want, to assemble in groups of our choosing, to follow the religions of our choice, to vote as our conscience demands, to own and carry weapons, to start new businesses and make money, and to move about as we please -- these are values we hold dear and are reluctant to compromise.

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