News & Events
Jul 21, 2016
A discussion about how cause communications efforts can benefit by utilizing social science and tapping research from the academic community will take place July 27 as part of a free webinar featuring a Penn State alumnus and faculty member.
Jul 20, 2016
An opportunity to complete a post-graduation internship in the industry of his choice has Aaron Andrews waking up before dawn each day he works in New York City.
Jul 18, 2016
The College of Communications at Penn State has partnered with the University of Maryland’s Capital News Service, the journalism program at Case Western Reserve and with the McClatchy Company to secure credentials, provide students with hands-on opportunities covering major events and serve media consumers across the nation while covering the conventions.
Jul 14, 2016
Authors are invited to submit abstracts addressing the policy and legal aspects of information security, privacy, data protection, cybersecurity-related legislation and critical cyber-infrastructure protection for a Penn State workshop on cybersecurity law and policy scheduled for this fall in Washington, D.C.
Jul 14, 2016
A daylong downsizing and sustainability event, planned for July 26 in the College of Communications for faculty and staff, represents the latest in a series that regularly provides the opportunity for people in the unit to trim electronic and paper clutter.
Jul 13, 2016
After enduring a heart transplant, alumnus starts 5K to benefit for organ recovery, and he plans to participate in Aug. 6 event while wearing a giant heart mascot costume.
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Rossilynne Skena Culgan (2010, Journalism),
is assistant director of marketing at Carnegie Science Center in Pittsburgh.
Rich Grant (1971, Advertising/Public Relations),
just co-wrote his first book, "100 Things to Do in Denver Before You Die," with Irene Rawlings (Reedy Press, June 2016). Grant retired last year after 35 years as communications director of VISIT DENVER, the Convention & Visitors Bureau, to focuse on full-time travel writing. He recently won two silver and a gold travel writing awards from the Society of American Travel Writers, Western Chapter.
Robby Corrado (2009, Advertising/Public Relations),
is senior producer at The New York Times, leading a team of six in the ideation and production of interactive content for NYT advertisers. Corrado specializes in virtual reality and interactive web experiences.