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Meadows Students and Graduates, Are You Entrepreneurial?

Meadows School of the Arts would like to understand how entrepreneurial our students and graduates are today. If you are a current student or recent graduate, please take a few moments to respond to this brief survey. Your identity and answers are confidential. Thanks. Click here for the survey or copy and paste this URL into your browser, http://bit.ly/2018MeadowsStudentBusinessPoll We appreciate your help.

2018-05-18T13:13:33+00:00May 18, 2018|Categories: CCPA|

Recent CCPA Graduates

Choosing Corporate Communication and Public Affairs establishes the direction and provides the footing for a student’s professional career. For December CCPA graduates, the pathway now leads to opportunity. December CCPA graduates are pursuing illustrious plans. They include graduate school, internships and solid starting blocks in organizations that are real resume-builders – like Olivia McGeehan, an intern for The Richards Group. Or Shannon Hale, a junior coordinator at Shelter Public Relations in Los Angeles.

2018-04-12T11:07:29+00:00April 12, 2018|Categories: CCPA, Students|Tags: , |

Reporter Emily Lawler Talks About Covering Larry Nassar Abuse Case

By Alix Sommers  B.A. English, B.A. Fashion Media ’20 Emily Lawler, capital and business reporter with MLive Media Group, shared the experience of her year-long coverage of the Dr. Larry Nassar abuse case in a lecture at SMU March 1, sponsored by the Meadows Division of Corporate Communication and Public Affairs. CCPA chair Sandra Duhe welcomes Lawler Nassar is the former Michigan State University (MSU) and USA Gymnastics (USAG) team doctor who was sentenced to 40 to 175 years in prison for sex crimes. Lawler spent more than a year reporting on the case. In the beginning, she said the public questioned the accuracy of the story. “He had a lot of community support – there were a lot of people who frankly didn’t believe he had done anything wrong,” Lawler said. “But despite the initial reaction, we kept going.”

2018-04-03T14:35:48+00:00March 26, 2018|Categories: CCPA|
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