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A team of eight CoJMC students recently made the final four in the National Organ Donor Awareness Competition (NODAC), sponsored by the Anthony J. Fulginiti (AJF) Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) Chapter at Rowan University. Last spring was the first time a CoJMC team participated in the competition.
The College of Journalism and Mass Communications brought home five of 12 student gold awards during the Pinnacle Awards Banquet at the conclusion of the annual Nebraska Broadcasters Association convention. The event, sponsored by Pinnacle Banks of Nebraska and Nebraska Public Power District, took place on Wednesday, Aug. 15 at Embassy Suites in Lincoln.
Three CoJMC professors recently spoke at the Mandela Washington Fellowship, the flagship program of the U.S. State Department Young African Leaders Initiative. The fellowship program brings 700 community leaders from 20 African countries to take part in programs at 27 elite academic institutions, chosen as host sites.