Time to remember one of the giants in advertising and the field of media management and economics, Mary Alice Shaver, who passed away, this week.
Ole Miss Homecoming Queen Courtney Pearson makes history on a history-making day for the Rebels. UGA grad and WMC-TV anchor Kym Clark, who was University of Georgia’s first African homecoming queen reported on Pearson’s election.
CNN’s Joe Johns hit a home run with his “Voters in America: Who Counts” documentary that premiered October 14, 2012. It shined a light on the controversial voter ID laws that have been passed by more than half-dozen states in the past few years.
When Kevin Foster and Kevin Kecskes took the podium this morning to kick off the final day of the 13th National Outreach Scholarship Conference, I was full of anticipation. This was the keynote event especially for faculty. Even though Kecskes … Read More
The 13th National Outreach Scholarship Conference (NOSC) wraps up Wednesday at the University of Alabama, but not after some memorable events.
Cully Clark, a former dean of the University of Alabama College of Communication and Information Sciences, returned to Tuscaloosa Tuesday night to share the story of the school’s integration with attendees at the 13th National Outreach Scholarship Conference. Clark was introduced by his successor, current dean Loy Singleton.