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SJMC Monday Memo | Oct. 16, 2017

Welcome to this week’s Monday Memo on Wednesday!
Hope you had a restful fall break

Drake PRSSA wins national award

The Drake chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America was recognized as a Star Chapter at the 2017 PRSSA National Conference in Boston recently. 

Participate in University accreditation

A review team from Drake’s accreditors, the Higher Learning Commission, will be on campus next Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 23-24. Students will have an opportunity to provide input into the process during an open session on Monday, Oct. 23 at 2 p.m. in the Cowles Reading Room. Learn more about the process here: http://oncampus.wp.drake.edu/2017/10/17/hlc-visit-nears-your-participation-is-important/

Make an appointment for spring registration

Registration for spring semester starts Oct. 30-31. Set up a meeting with your adviser now to discuss your curriculum requirements; most faculty have sign-in sheets on their office doors.

Consumer awareness students visit ad agency

Ad Professor Dorothy Pisarski arranged a meeting with Integer Group for the JMC 113 class, Concepts in Consumer Awareness. The agency’s session on strategic insights was hosted by SJMC ad alum Nick Grant, JO’07Also visible is the Integer social listening suite, where staff can keep track of their clients’ social mentions.

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