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The Public Relations Student Society of America recently announced that the Kent State University Chapter of PRSSA will host a Chapter Development Session at its 2014 National Conference.
PRSSA Kent President Meghan Caprez led the application effort for "The Alumni Matchmaker: Best Practices in Alumni Relations."
“I'm really excited that our Chapter was selected to speak at National Conference this year,” Caprez said. “When Nationals announced that we would be presenting, I knew this was going to be a great way to kick off the 2014-2015 school year.”
Kent State University’s School of Journalism and Mass Communication honored PRSSA officers and members throughout its Student Success Week April 21-25.
“I’m extremely impressed with the numerous achievements PRSSA Kent earned during Student Success Week,” PRSSA Kent President Cindy Deng said. “Being represented at the JMC Student Awards Ceremony, the Kappa Tau Alpha initiation and the JMC scholarship banquet was the cherry on top of a successful year thanks to our accomplished and dedicated members’ efforts.”
Wednesday afternoon, JMC inducted three PRSSA members into the Kappa Tau Alpha National Honor Society. Kirsten Bowers, Meghan Caprez and Megan Corder each received a certificate of membership after exhibiting excellence in scholarship in journalism and mass communication. Each of the inductees is in the top 10 percent of her class.
Kent State University’s Bateman Gold Team received national recognition in PRSSA’s Bateman Case Study Competition.
The Bateman Gold Team - composed of seniors Hannah Hamner, Julie Myers, Abby Prulhiere and Meghan Caprez and junior Marcus Donaldson - was one of 11 teams out of 51 that received an honorable mention in the competition.
Bateman is an annual national PRSSA challenge to create, implement and evaluate a public relations plan. Each year, the School of Journalism and Mass Communication faculty selects 10 public relations students to create two teams that participate in the invite-only competition.
This year, the Bateman Gold Team engaged students at campus-wide events through its P(L)AY UP campaign, increasing awareness and usage of its client Popmoney®, a money transferring service.
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