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The School of Media and Strategic Communications is nationally recognized for its cutting-edge curriculum and distinguished history. The majors offered in the school of Media & Strategic Communications address contemporary issues and technological changes that are currently affecting the industry. The professors are professionals of the industry and provide knowledge that goes beyond any textbook. Student chapters of professional organizations offer students a unique opportunity to further their career pursuits. Oklahoma State University has student chapters of leading professional trade groups such as the American Advertising Federation and the Public Relations Student Society of America. 

 

 

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        Registration is open for high school teachers and students to attend the SMSC’s annual High School Journalism Day on Nov. 2 at the Wes Watkins Center on the OSU-Stillwater campus.

        Sessions feature professional journalists, publication advisers and SMSC faculty members offering ways to improve yearbooks and newspapers, including the best use of multimedia. 

        Speakers this year include Scott Hines, the “In Your Corner” consumer reporter for KFOR in Oklahoma City, and Kelly Hines, a sports writer for the Tulsa World and former Web content producer for the newspaper. Both Scott and Kelly are graduates of the OSU School of Media & Strategic Communications.

        Session topics include selling and creating ads for newspapers and yearbooks, tips on using InDesign, shooting video and audio for the Web, and how to handle sensitive topics responsibly.

        A program, registration form, driving and parking directions, and other information are available at http://journalism.okstate.edu/faculty/jsenat/J-Day/J-Day.html. Or contact the event coordinator, associate professor Joey Senat, at 405-744-8277 or joey.senat@okstate.edu.

       More than 500 students and teachers attended the 2010 conference.

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