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The inaugural class of Nebraska Governance and Technology student fellows include four students from the College of Journalism and Mass Communications. Alex Paun, Brandi Bue, Jasmine Alexander and Rafael Maschieri Bicudo will spend the 2020-2021 academic year researching the challenges of changing technology.
Alum Joe Toscano left his job as a consultant for Google after grappling with the realities of how technology impacts society. In the documentary, Toscano helps make the dangers of data sharing more known to those who may not understand how their data is being used.
The advertising and public relations Fall 2020 campaigns courses collaborated with account strategists at Firespring to complete senior capstones. It was the first time faculty members Valerie Jones and Adam Wagler had their students work with Lincoln based creatives to help complete company projects.
Jared Long, a journalism and political science double major, and Mitch Fisher, an advertising and public relations major were named 2020 Homecoming candidates. Both seniors encompass CoJMC's "do from day one" mentality that has helped them stand out since their journey first began at Andersen Hall.
The chapter was genuinely honored to have received eight awards from Public Relations Society of America as a culmination of the hard work the membership accomplished in 2020. Faculty advisor Jemalyn Griffin reflected on their continued growth as a club that builds inclusive, determined leaders in the public relations field.