Archive for the ‘Communications’ Category

In the September 2009 issue of Columns Magazine, the article “It’s Not Your Father’s Classroom Anymore” by Catherine O’Donnell examines the changes in classroom technology over the years. With an introductory cameo appearance by my family (three generations of UW Huskies), the article features the revered Hanson Hosein, Director of the cutting edge Master of Communication in Digital Media graduate program at the University of Washington. Through the MCDM program, Hosein and his team break past traditional teaching methods in order to create forward-thinking graduates who, in turn, push the envelope on business standards. The outcome of the program is a population of inquisitive and creative graduates who strategically innovate and aren’t afraid to get their hands dirty in the burgeoning new media outlets.


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I’ve always been interested in the subject of business communications, from PR to HR. I initiated a project to investigate the Evolution of Internal Communication in the workplace, and found that there is little information on the topic. Through my research, I formulated a compilation of the data that I found and posted it on a stand-alone blog for others to reference. I include a look at the past, present and future of internal communication, and feature a slide show presentation to accompany the text.


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Timely with the upcoming elections is my 2008 blog about Negative Campaign Advertising. In these pages, I examine the effects of “Digital Democracy” in the mass media age. I compare articles, reference experts and provide examples of negative campaign advertising and the effect it has. I’ve also included some tips on how to run your campaign.


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In addition to my primary blog, I have worked on a few other informational web sites. I’d like to post this reference to a research presentation that I made with a team in 2008:

“Social Media And the Gloablized World” at http://socialmediaglobalized.wordpress.com/

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