Almost a dozen TCU alums from the School of Strategic Communication now call Simpli.fi their home, working in marketing, client success, advertising operations for the Fort Worth-based firm. Just a few years back, the firm boasted about 30 employees, and that number has ballooned to more than 100. “My strategic communication degree from TCU has… Read more »
FORT WORTH, Texas – The TCU Nonprofit Communicators Conference will celebrate its seventh annual gathering on Friday, May 22, 2015, with Kivi Leroux Miller as the keynoter. The conference is organized and sponsored by the TCU School of Strategic Communication. Cost is just $35. Miller’s keynote—”Nonprofit Marketing and Fundraising Trends: What’s Hot and What’s Not”—will focus… Read more »
The School of Strategic Communication has embarked on a “Discovering Global Citizenship” initiative with a Panama-based non-governmental organization. Wetlands International Latin America Caribbean. TCU’s Global Academy hosted Wetlands International on campus in October, and several of the school’s faculty members met Julio Montes de Oca Lugo, head of Wetlands’ Panama office. Also, Dr. Wendy… Read more »
The following are recent research endeavors completed and published by the faculty in the School of Strategic Communication: Journal Publications: Bright, Laura F., Susan Bardi Kleiser, and Stacy Landreth Grau (2015 – in press). Too Much Facebook?: An Exploratory Examination of Social Media Fatigue. Computers in Human Behavior, Volume 44, pp. 148 – 155. Coleman,… Read more »
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The School of Strategic Communication offices in Moudy South Room 227 will be closed for construction beginning Friday, December 19, 2014 until we return from our break on Monday, January 5, 2015. You may email firstname.lastname@example.org during regular business hours should you require immediate assistance. If you are a graduate student in need of assistance,… Read more »
Apply online before October 17th to be considered for the Spring 2015 Campaigns Competition Team – access the application form HERE!
The Texas Association of Municipal Information Officers awarded the Cheryl A. Soward Communicator of Distinction Award to Drs. Laura Bright and Jacqueline Lambiase this summer. “This award is TAMIO’s way of remembering someone who brought a lot of light to our organization and our profession,” said TAMIO past president Tom Bryson, “and it lets us… Read more »
Drs. Julie O’Neil and Jacqueline Lambiase won the top teaching paper award from the Public Relations Division of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication in August 2014. Their paper, titled Considering Certification?: An Analysis of Universities’ Communication Certificates and Feedback from Public Relations Professionals, won the Wilcox Award and a $500… Read more »
The Bob Schieffer College of Communication, TCU Extended Education, and the Texas Association of Municipal Information Officers (TAMIO) have partnered together to offer the second year of the Certified Public Communicator Program. TCU will host the program from July 27 through August 1. This certificate program “offers leadership training and rigorous post-baccalaureate education for public information managers and communication… Read more »